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Teach Real Life Skills:

We spend the first 18 years of our lives mastering the school environment. For everyone but especially those on the spectrum, this is not adequate preparation for the real world. We seek to teach each client valuable real life skills necessary to function in the natural environment.

Social Skills: 

The majority of people learn social skills by observing others around them.  Many people on the ASD spectrum do not intuitively acquire these skills as easily as their neurotypical peers. ASD Life Coaches specifically teach social skills in a step-by-step manner similar to teaching a math problem to someone who struggles with math concepts. 

Communication Skills:

It is very common for people on the spectrum to have a difficult time with back and forth reciprocal conversation.  It is one of the most complex skills to master. Communication is not monologuing but rather a back and forth exchange where active listening and active participation are equally important to achieve a successful interation. ASD Life Coaches excel at teaching this highly imperative skill.

Independent Living:

It is not uncommon for many young adults to be living at home with their parents.  This percentage is even higher for those on the spectrum.  From obtaining a driver's license to taking care of personal space, hygiene, budgeting, planning for the future and much more.  ASD Coaches are here to help you achieve the independence you know you should have but are finding it difficult to make happen on your own.

College/Career Development:

Whether it's planning for college and training for a very specific career or planning to get into the workforce and find your niche, our coaches are trained to help you discover appropriate educational and employment paths suited to your strengths and supportive of your weaknesses.  Your career should be rewarding and fulfilling as well as suitable for making a nice living for yourself.

Non-verbal Communication:

The biggest difficulty for those on the spectrum is understanding non-verbal communication.  Our coaches are trained to teach you how to make and properly engage in eye contact, facial expressions, reading and conveying effective body language and all of the nuances of communicating that go far beyond vocal language.  Verbal language on the other hand involves noises, gestures, emotions, cultural understanding and more. Let us teach you!

Healthy Relationship Building from the Ground Up:

How many times are we told to get out there and make friends or find a relationship without specific instruction on how to do so? I have developed methods that take you through the levels of friendship, trust and relationships step-by-step so that you build a healthy, safe and sold relationship with friends, family and professionals.

Executive Functioning Skills: 

Many people I work with struggle with managing and organizing their lives. Executive functioning struggles are common for those on the spectrum and for a lot of us. Still, these skills can be taught, practiced and improved upon with time and proper instruction. Let's get your life on track!

Video Conferencing Sessions

Video conferencing is a wonderful way for us to communicate. We will be able to see body language and feel a better sense of connection to one another with the visual aspect of communicating.


In-Person Sessions

I come to your home and I do have the ability to meet you at coffee shops, malls, bookstores, or various other public places where we can find a comfortable place to sit and talk. I find this informal setting to be much more beneficial to the coaching process. We are out in real life and not in the stuffy confines of a very formal office.  Real life occurs out in the real world!

Business Coaching for those with Autism
College coach for those with Autism

How do I implement my Real Life, Communication and Social Skills training?


  • Thorough evaluation

  • Creation of a Custom Plan of Action

  • Logical and complete step-by-step discussions

  • Straightforward yet gentle identification of Issues

  • Real Life Situations

  • Role Playing

  • Meditation

Who do I serve?


  • Adults with Autism or on the ASD Spectrum

  • Adults with Asperger’s Syndrome or Asperger-like features

  • Young adults in and transitioning out of High School

  • Spouses and significant others of Adults on the Autism Spectrum

  • Parents of children and adults on the Autism Spectrum

  • Siblings, grandparents, and other family members affected by Autism

  • Educators, doctors, and all professionals that work with children or adults on the Autism Spectrum

  • Anyone affected by Autism or other related special needs.

  • A number of clients with Anxiety and Motivation Difficulties

  • Anyone who requires a Mentor or Career Coach

Please note: Life Coaching is not a regulated field by local state agencies. Licensure is not available or required to provide coaching services. Still, despite the lack of state oversight, myself and my team are held to the highest standards and are specialized in areas traditional therapy most often is not able to address. I do urge you to read my site and reach out for a complimentary consultation to learn more about what we can offer and if coaching is appropriate for you or your loved ones needs.

Transition and Job coach for those with Autism

What do I do?


  • Help Clients Achieve Success

  • Create and Maintain Meaningful Relationships

  • Appropriate Approaches to Dating and Romantic Interests

  • Develop and Practice Social Skills

  • Enhance Employability Skills (85% of those on the Autism Spectrum are unemployed, 100% are employable!)

  • Reduce Stress and Anxiety

  • Eliminating Bad Habits

  • Creating New Healthy Habits

  • Build Confidence

  • Motivation to Achieve and Succeed

  • Preparation for Various Life Events

  • Understanding the Importance of Health and Fitness

  • Anger Reduction

  • Developing Creativity

  • Fine Tuning Existing Talents

  • Improving the Family Dynamic

  • Bringing about Self-Awareness and a Positive Self-Image

  • Work/Life Balance

  • Make clients aware

  • Help clients set goals

  • Challenge assumptions

  • Keep the focus on the issue

  • Prioritizing

  • Increasing life satisfaction levels

  • Be there to listen, ask questions, and give honest feedback

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