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Teen and Adult ADHD & Executive Function

Life Coach

Justin Converse became a certified life coach in 2018 through The Life Coach Institute of Orange County and began working with both children and adults before starting his training with JST Coaching and Training. JST focuses on working with teens and adults with ADHD and Executive Functioning issues. Prior to coaching, Justin majored in psychology at Ohio University, and it is because of his experiences there that sparked his interest in coaching. At age six, he was diagnosed with ADHD as well as a Learning Disability. Because of this, he was medicated at an early age and an Individual Education Plan (IEP) was established. Back then it was standard to treat ADHD and Executive Functioning issues solely with medications and academic accommodations because it was assumed he couldn’t succeed on his own. In school, he was very disorganized, but because of these accommodations he always had someone to make sure he turned in his work on time. However, this situation set him up for failure once he started university. Without the IEP and personal instructor, he struggled to keep his life organized and to find the motivation to study.


These struggles with basic life skills made Justin realize the benefits of having a knowledgeable and experienced coach and has given him a passion to help others succeed and achieve their goals. Combining Justin’s personal experience with his knowledge of ADHD and executive functioning, Justin and his clients can work together to reach their goals and attain the skills needed to succeed in life. Justin's belief is that once you take the step to join in the coaching process, nothing is out of reach. Justin's hobbies include paddle-boarding with his boyfriend, taking the dog to the beach, and traveling as much as possible.


ADHD & Executive Function Coach

Dea has over 10 years of teaching experience. She graduated from St. John’s University as a dual major in Childhood Education and Special Education. Additionally, she received her master’s in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). She loved her first job at a middle school in Queens, where she taught various subjects in different classroom settings over 7 years.


As a parent, Dea realized she spent a lot of time commuting and wanted to be closer to home. After working in an Elementary school for 3 years, she decided to move to Florida to Homeschool her own son while still being able to work in the education field. While in Florida, Dea has worked in centers that have given her a chance to deepen her understanding and approach to Executive Function skills. Dea's approach is to build a strong foundation based on the individual client's needs and interests. Dea tries different techniques and methods to see which works best for each child. Above all, Dea believes consistent communication and cooperation will help us reach our target goal: preparing children for the future.


ADHD and Growth Mindset Coach

Kelly is an ADHD and Growth Mindset Coach, who focuses on helping her clients adopt a positive mindset, develop self compassion, and identify their individual strengths, as the powerful foundation for lasting change. Kelly is well-versed in the many ways ADHD can manifest in kids, teens and adults, and has an arsenal of tools to help her clients strengthen their executive functioning skills, rewire their brains for more positive thinking, and gain a stronger sense of self worth, all through a compassionate ADHD lens. 

Kelly has been mentoring kids, teens and adults, as well as been a vocal coach for the last 13 years. She is the mother of 2 children; one with severe ADHD, and is currently homeschooling, using ADHD friendly teaching styles to adapt to her son’s special needs. She graduated from the ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA).     

As a mother, and woman with ADHD herself, Kelly understands the struggle of managing family life, a busy household, and building a business, and looks forward to helping her clients turn from overwhelm and low-self esteem, to confidently thriving.


Jen is a Life and Accountability Coach who focuses on helping adults with ADHD change the limiting beliefs that have held them back from achieving their true potential. Her holistic approach brings clarity, direction and positive support for her clients. Jen empowers her clients to set big personal and professional goals and achieve them with focus, persistence and a growth mindset. She challenges clients to design and live their best life, by filling the gaps between where they are now, and where they want to be.

Jen studied Biology at George Mason University. During her 15-year career in the pharmaceutical contract research industry, she held positions in Quality Assurance, Account Management and Project Management. Her experiences in parenting two children with ADHD, as well as her own late-in-life ADHD diagnosis, inspired her to begin the educational journey that ultimately led her to become a professional coach. Through coaching, Jen gained the knowledge and confidence to completely change her own life and reach her full potential. During the process of her own growth, she realized that her true calling was to become a coach and help as many other people as possible in their ADHD journey.

Jen has personally experienced and overcome many of the challenges her clients deal with and she is committed to helping them achieve the same transformation that she achieved in her own life. She has a unique ability to relate to her clients and help them to build an arsenal of personalized tools, strategies, and support to create lasting change in their lives.

ADHD Life and Accountability Coach


Coach Mike Liss, Esq. has practiced law for 28 years and has coached people part-time for the past 6.  He now focuses his coaching practice on ADHDers who are in recovery, like himself.
Mike’s life has certainly not been linear.  He grew up in Queens an underachiever who scored well on standardized tests, who managed to get into law school by LSAT alone.  “Super-bright but doesn’t apply himself” is what they said.  A brilliant trial lawyer from the start, Mike has won enormous verdicts and helped a lot of clients.  But, Mike has always wondered what else is out there, and what his life was about.


He raised his kids as a single parent from when they were little.  He side-tracked into culinary school and professional kitchens for a while.  He did a lot of personal growth work and coached for years, but still felt like he didn’t fit in with most adults, most lawyers and the world in general.

The pandemic’s initial isolation put Mike in a bad mindset, feeling pretty disempowered and anxious. One day, while hiking and listening to a podcast about reducing anxiety, he figured something out—he has ADHD (which he knew nothing about) and that also meant he was addicted to a medicine that was making all of his problems a lot worse.  He detoxed and entered the world of recovery.

Mike is committed to coaching much more than he lawyers.  He wants to work with people in recovery who have ADHD.  It’s what he loves and what makes him at home with himself.
Mike is a believer and student of both the evolutionary theory of ADHD and of developmental-trauma theories of chronic anxiety.  He lives in Boca Raton, Florida and is happy to meet in person with South Florida clients.  He loves working with clients outdoors, even if they do so over devices.  He’s a life-long outdoorsman, who hikes, fishes and wanders with and within animals regularly.


He trained as a coach with with Landmark Worldwide in 2015 and at CCAR (Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery) in 2021. He is married and his two children are now adults.

Adult ADHD & Recovery Coach