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Janessa Fong, BA

Teen & Adult ADHD Coach

I provide 1:1 ADHD coaching for teens (14+) and adults who are struggling with ADHD at school, work, and home. As an ADHD coach, I help clients work towards personal goals and build healthier habits and routines.

Pronouns: She/Her

Location: Online

Language: English

Fee: $125

Sliding Scale: Available

Accepting New Clients: Yes


  • Adults
  • Teen


  • Adult ADHD
  • Teen & Young Adult ADHD

Hello! I’m Janessa and I am here to help you understand and navigate your ADHD.

Have you ever struggled with prioritizing your tasks?

Do you find that it’s difficult to get things organized?

Have you ever spent your time hyper-focusing on one task, while procrastinating everything else?

If so, you may have ADHD. Despite what you may have been told, you are not lazy, you are not unteachable, and you are not incapable of growth. You are here, what you experience is real, and you are not alone.

Although many people associate ADHD with children, you can be diagnosed with ADHD at any point in your life. ADHD looks different for everyone; it can look like hyperactivity; it can look like inattention; and it can look like both. ADHD impacts what we call executive functioning skills, such as organizing your thoughts, managing your time, and making decisions. Your ADHD can sometimes get in the way of the things you want to achieve, but I’m here to support you as you work towards your goals.

My Approach

Coaching with me is like a conversation. I want my clients to feel comfortable so that we can have honest conversations about what they’re struggling with and how we can collaborate on strategies to reduce the stress that ADHD can have on daily functioning and relationships. Through this journey together, we will create action steps for you to work towards your goals and create ways for you to live freely without feeling overwhelmed and worried by organization, time management, and managing your emotions.

My Background and Education

My journey at YCC began in 2021, when I started as a project coordinator. From there, I learned about our ADHD Coaching Group, where I discovered that I had ADHD. This sparked my passion for supporting others with ADHD and I became a coach in 2022. 

I received Bachelor of Arts degrees in Clinical-Counseling Psychology, Asian Studies, and Honors Liberal Arts from Seattle Pacific University. I am currently working towards my Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Fuller Theological Seminary.

ADHD comes with many gifts and struggles. I can help you see that your ADHD struggles can become your strength.

I am looking forward to taking this next step with you!