Although there is no cure for ADHD, it is among the most manageable of psychiatric conditions. Many of the symptoms can be controlled with medication, developing revised lifestyle strategies and a conscious commitment to change.
An ADHD Coach is a certified professional who specializes in the unique challenges a person with ADHD can encounter. They can help you or your child discover adaptive skills and implement coping strategies that play to individual talents and strengths—while taking the ADHD symptoms into account.
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I’m a Certified Professional Personal Coach and Consultant focusing on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). My ADHD diagnosis at age 43 was the beginning of a journey that has given me the hard-won personal experience and the professional training I needed to create a 3-tiered approach that focuses on understanding, acceptance and the embrace of creativity to find new solutions to old challenges.
As an adult living with ADHD—and the parent of a child with ADHD—I have a unique perspective that can help children and adults with ADHD become happier and more confident people. And I would like to share my knowledge with you.
The three steps to thriving with ADHD.
Developing a full understanding of the situation or diagnosis. What does it mean? What are the symptoms? How is it impacting you or your child?
Brett Thornhill and Jennie Friedman have partnered to create the insightful and informative podcast, “The ADD Couple”… but they’re not really a couple… they don’t both have ADHD… and that’s not all that’s different about them.
Jennie’s practice is located in Long Island, New York, while Brett Hails from St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. But while they both bring the expertise that comes with being Professional Certified ADHD Coaches, Brett’s training is supplemented by his own personal experience of having ADHD, while Jennie’s additional perspective derives from observing and living with family members who have lived with the condition for many years.
Their goal in creating this show is to help those who live with or love someone who lives with ADHD gain new knowledge from both sides of the ADHD Lens. Listen, or better yet, subscribe to their twice weekly podcast to hear brief, fun and sometimes poignant chats regarding ADHD-related issues, challenges and awesomeness. At only 15 -20 minutes, each short episode focuses on a singular, central theme and wraps up with a shout-out about new and exiting happenings in the world of ADHD.