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Executive Function Coaching

We provide Executive Function Coaching services for childrenadolescents, and college students.  Executive Function Coaching services are highly effective for college students who are learning to manage complex study and life schedules. All therapy and coaching services are provided by our therapists. If students are seeking additional tutoring sessions for homework, we provide college-level peer tutors who are trained in our executive functioning program. Peer tutors are offered exclusively to those students who are working with a Cognitive Connection clinician. 

Learn More about coaching services for:

Elementary Students

Middle/High School Students

College Students


Time Management

  • Prioritizing Tasks and Time

  • Sensing the Sweep of Time

  • Creating Study Routines and a Conducive Study Environment

  • Management of Papers and Material Over Time and Between Home and Hchool Environments


Test Preparation

  • Review of Past Test Preparation and Taking Skills

  • Effective Note Taking and Preparation of Study Materials for Test Preparation

  • Anticipation of Format and Content

  • Development and Independent use of Study Strategies

  • Strategies for Organization and Execution of Short and Long Essays

  • Planning and Estimating Time during the Test

  • Evaluating Performance and Planning for Future Test Preparation Strategies


Long Term Project Management

  • Strategies for Planning and Using Time Effectively

  • Breaking Projects into Manageable Parts

  • Self-Accountability for Completion of Intermediate Project Steps



  • Breaking Down and Interpreting Types of Writing Assignments

  • Brainstorming with Schema Analysis Strategies 

  • Thesis Development

  • Pre-Planning and Organization of Ideas Using Consistent Methods

  • Writing, Revising, Editing

  • Use of Technology Resources during the Writing Process


Reading Comprehension

  • Story Grammar for Fiction

  • Visualization and Mental Imagery Strategies

  • Methods for Previewing as important for Connections

  • Understanding Inherent Organization of Written Information

  • Recognizing Relevant Details and Categorizing of Main Ideas

  • Comprehension of Various Genres

  • Notetaking and Techniques for Storage and Recall of information

  • Understanding Figurative and Abstract Language

  • Reasoning Skills: Making Text Connections, Text Analysis, Inferences, Predictions

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