About Executive Functioning Coach Emily Renda
Hey there, my name is Emily and I am so happy to work with the team at MCCC! My passion for helping others grow led me to a successful career in education where I was able to create positive change for my students both educationally and emotionally. Moving into a coaching role was the next step in my journey of encouraging others to be their best selves. I believe that by communicating with common language, we can create the kind of community in which all members can thrive.
Unfortunately, the pressures of our society often push us to operate in a state of survival. We respond to the stimuli around us as opposed to proactively managing our time end energy in the most efficient way. My goal is to coach my clients through real-world challenges which they are facing in order to empower them to take ownership of, not only their current situation, but also enabling them to move confidently forward as they face new challenges. My hope is to provide a caring and motivating environment for clients to build skills, systems, and practices so that they may reach their fullest potential.
While EF coaching can be beneficial on its own, EF coaching is particularly helpful when paired with therapy. I can help build the systems. Therapy can help when emotions get in the way of using them. The needs of the whole person can be cared for by the right professional team. If necessary, I can help match you with a licensed therapist on our team to help jumpstart the journey!
“As a former educator, I can attest that students can’t do their best if they feel unsafe, underprepared, or anxious. I am here to listen, encourage, and guide my clients to make choices which support their growth and help them achieve their goals.”
Education and Experience as an Executive Functioning Coach
- Schedule Organization and Time Management
- Project Planning and Prioritization
- Organization Skills
- Writing Skills Support
- Attention Improvment
- Study Skills
- Note Taking skills
- Working Memory
- Self Monitoring
- Task Initiation
- Impulse Control