Coaching Services works with motivated students who struggle with executive functioning.
Through one-on-one meetings, our trained faculty coaches work with students to establish academic goals. They help develop the strategies, utilize the skills, and establish and maintain the systems, structures, and routines that can support a student in meeting those goals. Coaching is student-driven, based on each student's definition of academic success. Coaches serve as facilitators for that success—asking questions that allow you to draw upon your own self-understanding and resourcefulness to create systems that will work for you, as individuals.
Depending upon your individual needs, our coaches also may provide education about executive function and ADHD, teach skills, suggest strategies and hold students accountable for following through on plans.
Students come to Coaching Services for support with:
- Planning and prioritizing
- Remembering to do intended tasks
- Getting started
- Sustaining motivation
- Managing multiple tasks
- Following through
Who can use One-on-One Coaching?
Any student who is ready to commit time and energy to setting goals and engaging in a process of change may request One-on-One Coaching. Occasionally, due to high demand for One-on-One Coaching, students experience a delay in receiving their first appointment.
How do students request One-on-One Coaching?
There are several options for enrolled Landmark students to request One-on-One Coaching:
- Fill out a paper request form located outside Edward Durell Stone Hall, Room 016C.
- Send an email to email@example.com and request an appointment.
- Submit a coaching services request form, located under Quick Links on SharkNet.
Professional Certified Coaches
Every Landmark College coach has earned the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) designation from the International Coach Federation (ICF). In addition, each coach has completed a rigorous program in leadership or life coaching. Landmark College coaches specialize in supporting students who have executive function challenges and/or specific learning differences.
Meet our Coaching Faculty.