Our Mission is to help teens and adults experiencing symptoms of ADHD, Executive Functioning Challenges, and Learning Differences overcome uncertainty, career anxiety, and self-doubt so they can thrive in a life and career they love.
ADHD JOB SQUAD™ provides education, guidance, and support to help you learn about yourself, select a college major or career, search for a job, succeed at work and more. ADHD JOB SQUAD™ offers a wide range of resources, tools, workshops, webinars, courses (coming soon), and a monthly membership to navigate all aspects of career development, job search, and on-the-job performance.
Lynn Miner-Rosen designed the ADHD JOB SQUAD™ based on her years of experience helping hundreds of adults with and without ADHD and other executive functioning challenges thrive during their lives and careers. Her mission is to provide high quality, research based education and a judgment free community to support teens and adults experiencing the symptoms of ADHD, Executive Functioning Challenges or Learning Differences throughout all phases of their career development journey.
Through her coaching work she’s discovered that most people don’t know what they want to do or what career would be a good fit for them. Career anxiety, or the negative emotions experienced before or during various stages of the career decision-making process and during job performance is incredibly common. This anxiety can prevent anyone with (or without) ADHD to know which steps to take next. The ADHD JOB SQUAD™’s free resources, private Facebook Community, workshops, webinars, courses, and membership are here to guide and support anyone experiencing uncertainty, anxiety, overwhelm, or self-doubt around their career fit, job search, or professional performance identify their next best steps.
Because everyone learns differently, Lynn created this program to aid anyone, no matter what your learning style is. Lynn’s coaching, instruction, encouragement and support is here to help you improve your self-confidence, open your mind to all types of successful future possibilities, and guide you to thrive during all phases of your career.
Meet Our Founder
Lynn Miner-Rosen, M.Ed., ACC, CDCS is the founder of LMR Coaching and the creator of the ADHD JOB SQUAD™ where she provides coaching, instruction, and support to college students and adults with (and without) ADD, ADHD, Executive Functioning Deficits and Learning Differences worldwide. She is a leading expert on ADHD career coaching and is an ICF Credentialed and Board Certified Career Development Coach, ADD/ADHD Coach, Executive Function Coach and Life Coach.
Like you she’s learned to manage the demands of her life and career while navigating symptoms of ADHD. For most of her life she didn’t know why it was difficult for her to sit still, to not interrupt, or why she became bored easily. She didn’t even know she had ADHD until she heard a talk on understanding girls with ADHD and realized that she matched the description.
She knows from personal experience that the career development and job search process can be confusing, overwhelming, and just plain stressful. She started her career just out of college working in marketing and sales for the fashion industry in New York.
After starting her family, she pivoted from her successful career to care for her children, one of whom is diagnosed with cerebral palsy. She was told he would never go to regular school. She became her son’s advocate and fell in love with helping those with special needs because she realized that their brilliance and gifts were going unnoticed as they were largely misunderstood.
She went to school on nights and weekends to earn her master’s degrees in education and special education. As an educator, she specialized in advocating for students living with ADHD, Autism, and other cognitive and executive functioning differences. After twelve years as a teacher in New York schools, She felt called to help more people than she was able to serve in one school, so she became a certified life coach, ADHD coach, and career coach: the only person in the country with credentials in all three fields.
Finding your dream career is a process that takes time and effort. It’s very common to not know where to start your career process. And that is ok. But, whether you just graduated college, have had a number of jobs, or just want to explore different careers you need to have a “plan of action.”
She’s created this space not only to provide you with guidance as you walk step-by-step through your career development and job search, but also to give the encouragement and support we all need to reach our dreams.
Get started by joining our private Facebook community and signing up for our assortment of free downloads.