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The focus of Lynn's coaching practice is her work with her clients.

Lynn's mission is to support all people with or without ADHD to be the BEST they can be in their lives! 
She works with adults and college students at the highest standards and ethics; with professionalism and current research-based information. Through 1:1 coaching, Lynn supports clients and families in understanding and mastering strategies to live an exceptional life with or without experiencing the symptoms of ADHD, executive functioning challenges, or learning differences.  



Career coaching is a structured process to help ADULTS, EXECUTIVES, AND college students attain career success AND meet their individual goals regarding their careers, home life, or relationships. Lynn's support through coaching involves assessments, worksheets, and self-reflection to help clients find the career that suits them best. Coaching also incorporates researched, studied, and proven strategies, with plans of action that assist clients in getting and maintaining the jobs that suit them best.

Through career coaching, every client of Lynn's receives ongoing support and encouragement throughout the entire process: from career choice to the job search. When you work with Lynn, you will have the opportunity to learn about yourself, different career paths, the job market, resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn, and interviewing. Many career coaches continue to work with their clients as a coach once they get the job with on-the-job coaching and a proven success-on-the-job plan. 

Unfortunately, there is NO one-size-fits-all manual for career choice or job search. There is NO "list of jobs specifically for people with ADHD" - that is a MYTH.


The biggest TRUTH... there are VERY FEW career coaches who have the background or training to effectively work with adults with ADHD. In that field, Lynn Miner-Rosen is in a league of her own.


Lynn offers a personalized step-by-step system for each client that includes goal setting, evaluating career interests, and understanding personal style, skills, accomplishments, values, aptitudes, and work preferences. 


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College students with ADD/ADHD, learning differences, or disabilities might face unique challenges in school and not know the best route towards their career choice. All college students will benefit from learning and practicing ways to meet both general and specific qualifications of jobs. Students with any challenge will also need to demonstrate that they have good transferable skills acquired through education, practice, and previous work experiences.


Many young people head to college with no idea what they want to do. They gain student debt, experience family issues and many have to deal with ADHD getting in the way with anxiety, low self-esteem, poor self-care (sleeping, eating, exercise, and screen time), limiting beliefs, imposter syndrome, “FOMO” (fear of missing out), concerns about what their friends and family think, and have no idea where to begin or how to go about it.


By working with a coach you gain a roadmap that you from point A to point B and beyond with tools, understanding, and no judgment.  Coaching helps clients move forward in a productive way to achieve their goals.

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