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Mountain Ridge

For the last 12 plus years I have been a Career Development/ Job Coach, ADHD/ Executive Functioning Coach, Life Coach for Adults (including C-Suite Executives), and College Students ages 17-70, worldwide.


As a Professional Coach, I have worked with thousands of adults in many different industries and experiences over the last twelve years. I have supported graduates just starting to seasoned C-Suite executives who are noticing how their ADHD is getting in the way at work (specifically in Technology, Law, and Accounting). Before opening my practice and full-time coaching business, I was a New York City Elementary/Middle School Special Education teacher for over 12 years, a department store buyer, sales executive, trainer, workshop leader, and the mom of two amazing people.


My coaching style combines my own personal and professional decades of business experience with two master's Degrees (with honors) in my 40s. I have had over years of coaching, training, and client work, the latest research into neurodiversity, and career success. Over the last decade, I have helped hundreds of people find lifelong success in careers that suit them. I work with people who have a diverse set of challenges and unique life experiences.


I love what I do.  I love helping people with positivity, a sense of humor, and strategies based on research and facts!

As a coach, former educator, executive, mommy, and current business owner with ADHD, I have seen just how unprepared people are for the realities of the modern job market. There is a HUGE need for solid, fact-based, challenge-based, disability-knowledge-based (my term) career resources that support people with ADD/ADHD, LD, ASD, and other neurodiversity-based challenges.


My mission is to be that resource for as many people as possible.


The 21st-century job market is chock-full of modern challenges that require modern solutions.


Your success both in the job market and on the job with ADHD is dramatically affected by the knowledge and support you have. There is no better way to prepare yourself than by working with a trained professional.

I’m here to be your guide for your career choice, gathering data, job search, and at work. I can be your partner or your "sherpa" every step of the way. 

I love helping people, but I am only one person. My time is split between private coaching practice sessions, writing, community outreach, and managing my own business.

I want to help YOU be the person YOU want to be!

  With no judgment, no stigma, and tons of support and understanding. 


If you and I don’t get the opportunity to work together privately, I still want to support you!

I am actively working with a team to provide new avenues of support to as many people as possible. Sign up for our newsletter to get regular updates on what we have in the pipeline.

Please feel free to reach out and connect with me on social media, by email, or through this website.

With so much love,

Lynn Miner-Rosen, MEd, ACC, CDCS


Professional ADHD Coach | ICF Credentialed Career Coach | Cognitive Behavioral Coach | Life Coach | ACO Board Member | Keynote Speaker

Specializing with ages 17-70 worldwide


With over ten years of coaching experience, Lynn supports her clients, followers, and families in understanding and mastering strategies to live exceptional lives with or without experiencing the symptoms of ADHD, Executive Functioning Challenges, and Learning Differences.   

Lynn's as a Guest Expert

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Lynn is a guest on the Podcast, Unruffelled with Janet Lansbury. 🫶🏼 ADHD and career coach Lynn Miner-Rosen is unique among coaches because of her own life experience, including two children with ADHD, as well as her own mid-life diagnosis. In the face of severe personal crises, Lynn re-invented herself professionally time and again, and she uses these experiences to bring insight, empathy, and encouragement to both parents of children with ADHD and adult clients seeking self-knowledge and career direction.

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Join Tracy Otsuka as she welcomes Lynn Miner-Rosen to Episode 115 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Lynn is a leading expert on ADHD career coaching and is an ICF Credentialed and Board Certified Career Development Coach and an ADHD, Executive Function and Life Coach. She’s been a Special Education Teacher and an IEP coordinator and has a BS in business administration and two Masters's Degrees in education and Special Education.

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Listen to Lynn being interviewed by Sucheta Kamath. It's no joke; adulting is hard. To adult is to do all the things that grown-ups regularly do because they have to, including finding a job, keeping it, living independently, paying bills, keeping a thriving social circle and handling the unexpected curve balls that life throws. High school to college and then college to life are transitions marked by the need for a substantial upgrade to one’s executive function proficiency; if delayed or under-evolved, it can cause massive disruptions in adulting. In this episode, the founder of LMR Coaching and the creator of the ADHD JOB SQUAD™, Lynn Miner-Rosen, discusses how best to coach, instruct, and support college students with (and without) ADHD to transition into the adult world of finding and keeping a job with maturity and balance between their personal, professional, and social life. She discusses the critical ingredients for building transferrable skills for success in college and beyond!

Lynn loves sharing her years of experience and research-based Career, Job, College, and At Work information, resources, worksheets, and checklists. Check out her Blog and Resources pages for more of her latest podcast interviews, glossary of terms, book recommendations, important websites, and blog posts that are also chock-full of resources.

What They Are Saying about Lynn...

"If you feel stuck but can't pinpoint why or even articulate how so, and are not sure what to do or where to go for help or what help to even ask for, then coaching can be incredibly valuable. Personally, I wasn't sure when I started and had trouble figuring out what I should be doing. Still, within weeks the actions and strategies I implemented with Lynn's coaching revitalized me from the ground up."

Denise R. 

"Coaching has been a really rewarding experience for me.  I have been able to develop several self-management skills through the process that I would not have had the opportunity to know about if it weren't for Lynn. Thanks to the sessions I have spent with Lynn, I was able to experience a strong sense of accountability during my coaching and I have learned to be accountable to myself now having completed coaching."    

Jonathan D.

"I am so pleased with the outcome of my work with Lynn. She was not only supportive and empathetic, but she understood the struggles I have from ADHD and also saw so many possibilities I did not think about. As a result of working with Lynn, I feel much more confident in the path I am taking, and THAT is priceless!"

Sarah Z. 

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