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with Ean Sablich, MA Ed.

Collaborative guidance and accountability support for individuals, age 15+, and their families to better understand motivation and implement systems, structures, rituals, and routines toward academic and professional goals.


12 Week Executive Functioning Skills Classes based in Radical Openness:

Wednesdays, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

September 5th - November 20th

Contact us to inquire or express interest.


10 Week Burnout Book Support Groups for School Staff:

Tuesdays, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

October 8th - December 10th

Join us to read and discuss Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle


Mobilizing Motivation:

Executive Functioning Coaching

​Motivation is a complex, misunderstood, and often elusive state of physiological readiness to initiate task-based demands that we would tend to avoid, which are often academic or professional expectations. Resistance, or the opposite of motivation, is a meaningful signal that something is not meeting our needs, either within the external social context or our internal neuroceptive and nervous systems. The ability to initiate tasks not only requires executive functioning skills, it also requires the ability to somatically attune to our bodymind and mobilize our Autonomic Nervous System to a state of physiological readiness. At Colorado Coherence Collective, we refer to this practice of maximizing openness and minimizing resistance within the bodymind as "Mobilizing Motivation". Read more about Executive Functioning Skills and Mobilizing Motivation

Mobilizing Motivation: Executive Functioning Coaching is designed to support adults, young adults, and teens with executive functioning challenges to gain a deeper understanding of their strengths and needs related to motivational style, neuroceptive and nervous system responses, and executive functioning skills. Learning about these topics independently can be helpful to increase awareness, but meaningful lifestyle change most often occurs when this knowledge is paired with nonjudgemental self-reflection, applied skills development, and a commitment to behavioral experimentation. When we engage in these efforts in community with competent professionals in a supportive, nonjudmental, and collaborative context, rather than independently or in isolation, the resulting lifestyle change can be transformational. 

Mobilizing Motivation: Executive Functioning Coaching involves:

  • Assessing current executive functioning skills and abilities, specific to your areas of need

  • Understanding motivation, interoceptive awareness, and decision-making styles/processes

  • Reflecting on alignment between current functioning, hopes, fears, expectations, personal values, and perceptions of self

  • Observing bodily sensations, emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and communication in order to identify unhelpful patterns, interests, learning preferences, and needs

  • Understanding the meaning in our experiences of resistance, avoidance, openness, and initiation in order to overcome obstacles to success.

  • Determining specific goals (behavioral, personal, academic, professional, etc.) objectives or steps, and intervention methods that will lead to desired goals, outcomes, or changes.

  • Learning about executive functioning skills and neuroscientific theories that may explain our patterns of thinking, feeling, behaving, and communicating.

  • Exploring personal preferences and research-based physiological (internal) and environmental (external) conditions for motivation and task-initiation, including nervous system regulation and sensory needs 

  • Creating, implementing, and evaluating innovative and sustainable systems, structures, rituals, and routines

  • Experimenting with a variety of evidence-based strategies and techniques in order to experience growth and success

  • Experiencing regular accountability and support throughout the process, whatever it takes.


Join us to explore neurodiversity-affirming paradigms and empowering perspectives, learn research-based skills and strategies related to executive functioning, and understand how to harness your strengths and accommodate your needs in order to more easily achieve your goals and attain a values-aligned lifestyle. 


Together we will learn:

  • What executive functioning skills are and how they impact our ability to work towards our goals (personal, academic, professional)

  • How our Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) impacts our ability to initiate or avoid task-based demands.

  • The Neuroregulatory Model of Emotions and ANS states of safety, threat, reward, and overwhelm

  • How our position within our Window of Tolerance impacts our ability to engage in values-aligned behavior

  • How coping styles like avoidance, procrastination, hesitation, and denial keep our bodies stuck in a threat state.

  • How unlearning harmful values and beliefs improves cognitive flexibility and openness in our bodyminds

  • About neuroplasticity, or the brain’s ability to reorganize and grow, with repetition, trial and error, and lived experience. 

  • Research-based strategies, based on motivation and learning styles, to utilize and strengthen specific executive functions


WEDNESDAYS, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, September 5th - November 20th (12 weeks)

Please message us from the Contact page in order to express interest in this skills class.

Radically Open Executive Functioning Skills Class
Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle by Emily Nagoski PhD and Amelia Nagoski DMA

Join us to read and discuss Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle

  • Learn about stress response patterns and how to return your body to a state of relaxation.

  • Understand why it’s important to complete your stress cycle at the end of each day.

  • Experiment with various techniques to find what works best for you.

  • Develop and maintain sustainable self-care routines within a supportive community

  • Maximize nonjudgemental self-compassion and minimize blame and shame.

  • Improve self-advocacy skills needed to obtain support and accommodation.

Tuesdays, 6-7 pm October 8th - December 10th
Burnout Book Support Groups for School Staff


Private Pay

Our private pay rates for Coaching services are listed below:

  • Individual or Family Coaching Session (60 minutes): $50

  • Skills Classes and Book Groups (60 minutes): $15

Affordability & Accessibility:

We are committed to prioritizing accessible and affordable Counseling, Coaching, and Consulting services. We encourage all prospective clients to carefully assess how much they are willing to invest toward their desired outcomes in the following areas:

  • Time

  • Energy

  • Effort

  • Money

Together, we will develop an individualized combination of services that fit your needs as much as possible.

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