Kelly Biltz

30 Min
30 Min
205 Everette Road, Pinehurst, North Carolina 28374 , United States

About

I am a passionate, caring, relative ADHD Life Coach. I've walked the frustration of ADHD and not understanding how to best support and love on my son. I bring a ton of experience, wisdom and knowledge to my clients.

My "wheelhouse", as they say, is working with parents who are struggling with their child who has ADHD. There is so much to dive into with daily structure, front loading, tools, strategies, techniques and routines, the sessions fly by! When you work with me, goals are set in place, routines are learned, tools are used and the parents have an understanding of how best to support their loved ones -it's a family affair! ADHD doesn't go away, but it also should not be a barrier for your loved one's success.

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Kelly Biltz

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The ADHD Brain and Time Management

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205 Everette Road, Pinehurst, North Carolina 28374 , United States
Pinehurst, NC

October 17, 2019
Cut the Cord, Parents

In order for your teen to survive in the world, they must start developing self-advocacy. The conversation needs to begin in Middle School. Yes, Parents, it’s time to cut the cord – yes, it really is…it’s time.  You can do it! Here's how...

October 17, 2019
Social Media, Anxiety and Teen Identity

The amount of time teens spend on screens is staggering. The amount of time preparing and agonizing over the perfect post and then anticipating and processing the responses is equally shocking. And it’s all causing incredible levels of anxiety.

October 17, 2019
5 Simple Steps to Get Your Kids Out of the House in the Morning

Take the stress out of mornings with some very simple steps which will make a smooth transition from bed to bus stop!

October 17, 2019
Front Loading

Kids with ADHD often need more preparation for life or schedule changes and social situations and a simple tool to help them: a four-step process called Front Loading.

October 17, 2019
Teens and Group Texting

Is the constant 'dinging' from that group text driving your crazy? Here are some advice and rules that can help deal with the nonstop buzzing and chatter - especially if you have teens!