Publications & Products

In four decades of training and teaching in the Organizing, Coaching and ADHD fields, Denslow has developed great insight and powerful models. Used in her training programs, they are available to the public. 

While written for professionals, the Recognizing and Respecting the Lines publication would be useful to consumers who wish to be fully informed about the intersection and distinct services offered by life-management support professionals. It’s value to professionals is in clarifying professional boundaries and ethics – and facilitating collaboration.

The Processing Modalities Guide is a professional’s manual to a valuable and straight-forward strengths-based approach to organizing. It was developed to provide language to describe an individual’s strengths and sensitivities in nine modalities (approaches to functioning or processing information and one’s environment).  Again, it was written for professionals and their clients but the language and formatting make it easy for the lay-person to use.

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Recognizing and Respecting The Lines: Distinguishing Coaching, Organizing and Psychotherapy, 2013, new and revised.  Denslow Brown.  Downloadable PDF document, 22 pages. $8.00

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Processing Modalities Guide: Identify and Use Specific Strengths for Better Functioning ... for Organizers, Coaches – and Those Who Want to Live with More Ease and Effectiveness – and Less Frustration, 2013, 2nd Edition revised. Denslow Brown. Spiral-bound, approximately 100 pages. $20.00 (plus shipping and handling).  Provided as PDF download outside the US.

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Positive Inquiry = Business Success.  Based on Denslow’s presentations and small group coaching, this is a six-step, self-directed process for organizers and coaches to use to investigate their client experiences and focus their business.

“Get Real” Organizing for Adults with ADHD. Downloadable PDF document



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