Imagine what it would it feel like to . . .

Be organized • Read the room • Communicate clearly •
Make smart choices

A traditional tutor or therapist is not always the answer.

You or your family may need a coach.

Coaching is a partnership.  Don’t wait to start.  You are ready. All you need is a desire to learn more about yourself, and willingness to explore new ways to solve problems that have been holding you back in your education, employment or social settings.


I specialize in working with individuals who have ADHD, autism, or executive skills difficulties.

ADHD coaching brings an ADHD “lens.”  We celebrate your strengths and we also unearth the common (and often hidden) challenges that accompany ADHD.  These threaten our confidence and live inside of us as oversized beliefs (“I can’t see myself doing something,” “I never get started,” “I say too much!”) 

We will partner together to respond to these thoughts and patterns in a new way, based on the person you want to be!

I’m Sara Prince, M.Ed., PCC, PCAC.

I am a certified ADHD coach.  

I believe in helping clients create meaningful outcomes by developing their self-awareness, understanding their individual strengths, preferences and challenges – and listening to themselves, so they may know and follow their dreams. 

It’s possible.

ADHD Coaching and Individualized Executive Skills Support
for School, Employment and Life

Study Skills
(“Why Don’t I get Work Done?”)
  • Develop strategies and routines to strengthen organization and planning for home and school (note-taking, reading comprehension, test-preparation, and test-taking skills)
Social Skills
(“Why Did I just Say That?”)
  • Learn to “read the room” and understand what others expect in social interactions — at home, school, work, or with friends
  • Find the strength to make you a more successful communicator in person and online
Self-advocacy Skills
(“Why Won’t I Email?”)
  • Become a more confident student, employee, or public speaker
  • Understand your needs for success in your school, employment, and home setting 
Behavior Strategies
(“What Did I Do Wrong?”)
  • Learn how to stop and “take a pause”
  • Make smart choices in unexpected moments


“Sara is so easy to talk to. Her warmth is genuine and generous; I feel respected and appreciated by her, even when I am feeling down on myself. Somehow I walk away from our sessions with new insights and resolve even when it’s something I’ve been working on for ages. She’s a gem.”


“Sara Prince is not only a remarkable person but an incredible coach. Her listening skills are amazing and her suggestions are spot on and so very helpful. She has calmed my struggles that she has helped me identify and given me a great deal of support in the process. I am grateful for her help and expertise.”


“Sara is authentic, warm, curious and to top it off, she has the most welcoming sense of humor that brings lightness and brightness to even the most challenging coaching sessions. She has a well developed intuition coupled with years of experience noticing and reading non-verbal cues.  These skills (among numerous others)  truly set her apart from other coaches.  After a session with Sara, I feel like I have been deeply heard, genuinely appreciated, and I always leave with a renewed enthusiasm to go off and be productive.”