Twelve years ago my husband and I were told by our son’s first grade teacher that she had some concerns about his ability to pay attention.
Since having our son tested and diagnosed with ADHD-Predominantly Inattentive Type, I have been on a quest to learn all I can about ADHD and provide him with the best possible support services.
I realized early-on that finding someone who truly understood ADHD was going to be a difficult task.
My passion for learning about ADHD and helping individuals and families dealing with this unique brain style has lead me to a career in ADHD coaching. My son is my inspiration and coaching has felt like a natural progression from my BA in Severe Special Needs Education, a M.Ed in Early Childhood Education and parenting a child with ADHD.
It is through coaching that I am able to provide resources to help individuals and families discover effective strategies, minimize the challenges of ADHD, and live the life they want to live.
I received my ADHD coach training from ADD Coach Academy (www.addca.com), the only ICF accredited coach training program dedicated to the field of ADHD coaching.
I continue to pursue classes through ADDCA, while attending other professional development opportunities. Through this ongoing coursework, I strive to provide my clients a quality ADHD coaching relationship.
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