Neil Swanson - ADHD and Positive Intelligence Coach Neil Swanson

Neil Swanson

ADHD and Positive Intelligence Coach Neil Swanson

Experienced, respected ADHD and Positive Intelligence Coach Neil Swanson, PCC, CACP, MDiv, utilizes ADHD Coaching, Positive Intelligence (PQ), and Spiritual Awareness to support each client’s journey of transformation. He partners with individuals to help them find greater happiness and fulfillment through more focused productivity, clearer thinking, and a deeper sense of purpose. In his powerful initial two-month program, clients receive: four individual coaching sessions plus the entire Positive Intelligence (PQ) six-week program, in addition to generous support between coaching sessions. In both individual and couples coaching, Neil helps make growth exciting, challenging, and fun. Read testimonials and more details at, and schedule your free, 45-minute Exploratory Conversation.

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Warrenton, Virginia

"This has been the best experience that I have had at any time in my life. I have learned so much about myself through seeing my Sage and Saboteurs that influence my actions. Neil has been a driving force in the calming of my emotions that has led my business to a higher level. My mind has been led to calm and peace in my current situation. Though my circumstances have not dramatically changed, my mind has felt at peace with everything around me. I have learned that my judge is such a controlling force behind everything. I am truly blessed to have had Neil as a coach, a mentor, and an outside view of what is going on to see that there are different perspectives to all things. I want to say thank you Neil for the assistance in my personal and business life."

BY, Financial Advisor, Maryland

My ADHD functioning has frequently driven my wife crazy. When she gave me your coaching as a birthday present I reluctantly agreed but seriously doubted it would help. Wow, was I mistaken. The Positive Intelligence framework and tools have proven powerfully useful. My wife has noticed a huge shift in the way I now often respond instead of react. Impulsivity is still an issue, but my immediate knee-jerk reaction happens less frequently. I am definitely often bringing a better me to the table when it comes to my relationship with my wife and look forward to continuing to grow in this respect. It’s definitely good to talk with someone like you, Neil, who not only has studied but who also has lived it. You can speak from a place others may not be able to speak from. That’s been tremendous! You have something very special and great to offer, and I am very appreciative. My wife can’t get over the changes.

DE, Government Contractor, Virginia

I was really surprised by the changes we were able to make after only 12 weeks of coaching. The stressors in my life haven’t changed, but my responses have. I’ve learned how to treat myself with more compassion and curiosity instead of judgment and hate. Neil, more than the many tools, I’m most thankful for the different mindset you taught me.​ My observations about myself: * More intentional * Less judgmental of myself * More observant of my results and curious about causes My wife’s observations about me: * Less angry, less blaming others * More patience * Where previous stress would have resulted in” numbing” (video games, drinking, watching TV), I now reflect and think about what can be accepted and what can be done. * Consumption of “numb-ers” is down * Putting the hard work into working through the stressors to create healthier lifestyle change. * Fewer panic attacks, not less stress, but better reactions to stress * Able to appreciate my strengths * Able to celebrate my wins

D.S., Business Consultant, Michigan

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