Adult Advocacy

AdvocacyNJ does not exist ONLY to support children.
Disabilities don’t magically disappear when we become adults.
(why does the world act like they do?)

Executive Function Consultation

For many adults, areas of our life are pressing down on us- making the path dark and lonely… It is so hard to know where to turn, or what will ACTUALLY help.

When we understand our true capability, we can remove some roadblocks to allow for a clearer path.


Executive Functioning impacts EVERYONE. We all have strengths and weaknesses. The key to success is understanding how to support our weaknesses and utilize our strengths.

​ An Executive Function Consultation session includes an interview driven questionnaire to CLEARLY determine your strengths and weaknesses.

​ After your consultation, a detailed document will be provided to you to identify the areas, define them, and recommendations for accommodations or modifications you could request in the workplace or other arenas.

​ Many adults use this as a starting point to direct therapy or advocate for themselves. It takes the guess work out of your

Executive Function Coaching

For some of us, a consultation is not quite enough.

We have created an Executive Function Coaching program that lasts 8 sessions. It begins with our initial consultation and then is individualized specifically to your needs.

Some adults need support and guidance in defining their career goals. Other adults use this program to evaluate concrete areas of their life to continue further in specific therapeutic work. And some coaching clients need overall support in bridging all of life’s many facets.

Whatever the need, a clear plan is made following the consultation to address goals and needs


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“For years, I have been going back and forth about leaving my profession. After three sessions with Erica I realized which areas were actually a problem. I was able to have an entire re-set in my professional life. I really couldn’t be more thankful.”
“Erica has the perfect balance communicating directly and with empathy. I have done yoga, therapy, business coaching, and read most self-help books that exist. Erica helped me figure out my strengths and weaknesses in a really simple way. It was refreshing to have someone so honest about struggles and what it is like being an adult with ADHD.”
“We had Erica meet with our college-age son who refuses to see any type of professional. He actually enjoyed meeting with her and they came up with a plan that he is ACTUALLY sticking to. We still can’t believe it.”
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