Jason Froats, Hons.BA, ACC, Performance Coach
Jason Froats is a Performance Coach, specializing in helping adults effectively manage their ADHD and co-related disorders (such as general/social anxiety, OCD, and Tourette’s). His practice focuses squarely on achieving improved performance and success in school and work, serving clients internationally, across the United States and Canada in both English and French. Jason helps clients to gain better awareness of their often, overlooked strengths and how ADHD specifically affects them, while also teaching strategies to reduce anxiety, improve organizational skills and overall executive function. Having ADD himself, Jason intimately understands the challenges both students and professionals can face in their lives, school, and careers. Jason’s optimistic and comprehensive coaching approach combines industry best practices and effective strategies to help transform his clients’ perception of their ADHD as a disability, into a long-term asset. Jason holds an Honors BA degree in Medical Anthropology from McMaster University, with professional coach training from CoachU (ICF accredited), is a graduate of ADHD-specialized coach training from JST Coaching LLC (ICF, CCE-Global & IAAC accredited), and is an actively practicing coach with the Edge Foundation – a not-for-profit organization based in Seattle, that provides coaching for students with ADHD. Jason is also a member of CADDAC (Center or ADHD Awareness Canada), CH.A.D.D. Canada (Children & Adults with ADHD), and CHADD (USA), and is a frequent speaker with the LDAO (Learning Disability Association of Ontario). As a pilot, sailor, avid traveler and father of two, Jason draws from a fascinating litany of life experiences which allow him to connect with his clients in a unique and inspiring way.