Your entire life history is your most valuable resource and our action-oriented mentoring, coaching, and counseling are here to support your growth.
The Emotional Distress Syndrome of ADHD
The Emotional Distress Syndrome (EDS), identified and coined by James Ochoa, is the cumulative effect of the neurological processing differences and behavioral challenges associated with ADHD. The chronic, lifelong nature of ADHD–related stress can increase to such a level that it becomes a syndrome akin to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
If you'd like to learn more about EDS and techniques to lessen it's effects on your life, be sure to sign up for James' 2018 Webinar Series
Action-Oriented Mentoring, Coaching and Counseling
Do you seek to embrace your life as never before? Welcome to The Life Empowerment Center (TLEC), where founder and director James Ochoa, LPC combines mentoring, coaching and counseling to help ADHD adults devise custom-tailored solutions for their challenges. We strive to maintain an atmosphere of openness and acceptance; we pledge to keep the insights coming. At TLEC, we take on ADHD in a way we believe is truly new–with you, the client, as our collaborator and valued assistant. In short: there’s hope. Even if you don't have ADHD, you will benefit from our services. In today's world of higher stress, overwhelm and chaos, all our services could help you reach greater potential. Again, welcome.
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"James Ochoa is a fantastic teacher. He explains complex issues and concepts in a way I'm able to understand. His mentorship and coaching have helped me grow exponentially. His office staff is exceptionally friendly, and his office is relaxing and inviting.
“James is a talented business and life coach. He has an uncanny ability to think outside the box, and he holds each of his clients accountable to their goals and objectives.”
“James is a gifted therapist and innovator–Austin’s answer to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.”
“I knew that I was suffering from PTSD from a sequence of traumatic events that spanned 7 years. I had seen several therapists, and found some support and comfort, but nothing that seemed to help me find my way back to the person I once was. However, in just 2 sessions with James, I felt better and stronger than I had in years. James explained how my ADHD was contributing to my trauma, creating an obstacle to my recovery. I feel like I've gotten my fight back.”
“James is effective–he does not waste time! He identified my problems and moved quickly to workable solutions. Any executive wanting personal or professional traction should strongly consider working with James.”
“James has been the biggest positive influence in my career.He has also been my
personal coach and mentor for the past twelve years. I highly recommend his integrity