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Executive Function skills can be described as the CEO of our brain. It is responsible for planning, executing and carrying out a person’s daily tasks and responsibilities. Working memory, critical thinking, planning, and execution are all part of our executive functions. When these functions are impaired, it can be very difficult to go about daily life without frustration. Conditions that often lead to impaired executive function include ADHD, autism, anxiety, depression, traumatic brain injury, Tourette's syndrome, and many more. 

If you are concerned about executive function difficulties in yourself, your child or your teen, please contact us. We are committed to providing individualized best practices to build independent skills. 

We offer Executive Function Coaching services for children, teens and college students, helping build skills to navigate and manage day-to-day life at home, at school or college or in social settings. We will work with you as the parents and teachers to establish goals and develop an individualized approach.


Symptoms of Executive Function Difficulties, may include:

  • trouble controlling emotions or impulses

  • problems with starting, organizing, planning, or completing tasks

  • trouble listening or paying attention

  • short-term memory issues

  • inability to multitask or balance tasks

  • socially inappropriate behavior

  • inability to learn from past consequences

  • difficulty solving problems

  • difficulty learning or processing new information


Problems with executive function may lead to:

  • poor performance at work or school

  • problems forming or maintaining relationships

  • mood issues

  • low self-esteem

  • avoidance of difficult tasks

  • low motivation or loss of interest in activities