Check out how Fantastically Focused can help adults!

College Students

Check out how Fantastically Focused can help College Students!

Children, Tweens, & Teens

Check out how Fantastically Focused can help Children, Tweens, & Teens!

Group Coaching

Check out what Fantastically Focused offers for Group Coaching!

Coaching Packages

Check out what Fantastically Focused offers for Coaching Packages!

Parents and Families

Check out how Fantastically Focused can help Parents and Families!

Fantastically Focused is proud to be affiliated with the following organizations


Check out the  ADHD Coaches Organization here.


Find out what ADDA has to offer adults with ADHD.


See what CHADD is doing for children and adults with ADHD.

International Coach Federation

Learn the advantages of working with a Certified Coach here.

ADD Coach Academy

Check ADDCA’s Accredited Coach Training Program.

“Jennifer is a very caring person who is passionate about helping families with ADHD. She has walked and is walking the walk, so she has the experience to help families with children with ADHD.”

Romaney Berson

bFocused Coaching

“Before seeing Jennifer, our daughter was having a difficult time adjusting to high school, keeping focused and completing her school work.  She was very frustrated trying to manage her ADD and her father and I were frustrated with not knowing what to do to help her.  We all now have a much better understanding of ADHD and how the ADHD brain works; which has made life at home much more enjoyable and less stressful.  Our daughter has learned so many new techniques to help her during her day in school as well as with her life outside of school.  She is much more confident and her grades have improved a great deal.  I am so happy we found Jennifer!”

Parent of a High School Student

“Thank you a million times over!! No matter how many times I tried to explain ADHD to my husband he still didn’t quite understand. After meeting with you, he understands it so much more. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!”

Parent of an Elementary Student

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