48 Results in category ADHD Coaches
ADHD coaches help adults and teens live better with attention deficit by developing strategies and providing support for improved organization, time management, memory, motivation and parenting skills. Coaches often have ADD Coach Training certification.
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Be Whoo You Are Coaching, LLC
Debra Michaud, M.A. ADHD Coach & Professional Organizer
Debra Michaud is an ADHD coach and professional organizer who specializes in helping adults and teens with time mangement, organization, goal setting, and task completion. She provides services by Skype, phone, or in person around the country.
Dr. Nora Misiolek, PhD, PCC
Executive Function Student Coach, Consultant and Advocate
Vanessa Fasoli, BS is an Executive Function Student Coach, supporting and empowering students affected by learning differences through the use of executive function skill building, mindfulness and her own personal experience with inattentive ADD.
John Tucker PhD ADHD Coach
I coach adults with ADHD or any number of other neurobiological issues. I also mediate in families where those issues have caused conflict and stress. I am especially interested in helping those struggling with education from high school to post doc.
Judy A. MacNamee - ADHD/Executive Function Coach Teen and Adult
I have over 700+ hours working with ages 12 up plus adults. I specialize in providing a very positive approach to the client AND their families in empowering them to overcome obstacles while building self confidence and roads to success.
knowADHD - Executive Function & ADHD Coaching
Bring your goals to knowADHD and develop personalized strategies to reduce the struggle with ADHD. Strengthen & support your executive functions to better regulate the emotional impact of ADHD. Empower possibilities with a registered psychotherapist.
New Chapters Consulting & Coaching LLC
Independent Educational Consultant and Certified Parent Coach matching residential settings for children, teens and young adults, with learning, attentional, emotional, behavioral and mental health challenges.