ADHD & Productivity Coaching
with Susan Lieber

Imagine learning strategies to manage the impact of ADD/ADHD on your life, feeling less shame or disappointment and recognizing your accomplishments. Imagine replacing feelings of frustration with understanding and confidence. What might it be like to develop personalized strategies to manage your daily demands with encouragement and support? 


What is ADD/ADHD?

Brain-Based Condition

ADHD is a neurobiological condition. It is not a matter of choice, nor is it voluntary. There is a strong genetic link.

Adults with ADHD

Once thought of as a condition one would outgrow, a surprising number of adults have ADHD. 

Going Undetected

ADHD is both under and over-diagnosed. There are many people out there who have struggled their whole life, not knowing they have ADHD and not getting the help they need.

People I work with


My clients range from professionals to parents, entrepreneurs to college students, and everyone in-between.They are hard-working individuals who are tired of the status quo, want to use their energy and creativity in new and productive ways and are motivated to make a change in their lives. 

How coaching works

1. Discovery session occurs in person, if geographically possible, and is devoted to exploring the client’s strengths, support system, challenges, understanding of their unique ADHD and their goals for coaching.


2. Coaching sessions occur over the phone three times a month and last 45 minutes. The client decides on the focus for each call and the desired outcome. During the call, the topic and importance to the client is clarified; solutions based options explored; identification of the client’s next step(s) concludes the call.

45-60 minutes a session
3 sessions per month
Most often via phone/skype

I was tired of being constantly overwhelmed by the clutter and disarray in my life. I am so sorry that I didn’t find Susan earlier, it’s truly the best money I have ever spent on myself.
— Musician


Susan Lieber is a
Certified Organizer Coach living inPittsburgh, PA.

She genuinely understands the challenges of living with ADHD. She’s dedicated to helping you get from where you are to where you want to be.