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Medication, psychotherapy, and coaching are the three pillars in the attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) treatment plan. ADHD is a lifelong disability that requires ongoing management, reinforcement, and support. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and coaching should work together because they share the aim of helping the individual with ADHD develop a healthy self-esteem. Because coaching is about understanding ADHD sufferers and paying attention to their individual difficulties, there are different kinds of coaching. Depending on the individual's need for therapy, situation in life, and educational level, the coach makes a plan and offers corresponding support. ADHD involves amore or less pronounced impairment in the executive functions. The coaching process should incorporate the six elements such as identification, formulation, structuring and planning, management of time, checks, and emotional support. Assigning homework tailored to adults is a good way to assess progress in the coaching process.