SOAR’s Top 60 Remote ADHD Coaches in the U.S. for Teens & Parents

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Looking for an ADHD coach for your teen or for yourself as a parent?

We’ve put together this list of our top remote ADHD coaches in the U.S. as a starting place for your research.

Whether you’re stuck at home right now due to the ongoing pandemic or you’re just looking for an ADHD coach in general, we hope this list serves as a good jumping off point for your research.

If you want a local ADHD coach that you can see in-person, we recommend you start your research on these reputable directories:

You can also Google ADHD coach near me to find coaches in your area.

How to Vet ADHD Coaches

A quick caveat on finding an ADHD coach by searching on Google: there is no formal licensing process required to become an ADHD coach, so it is up to you to make sure that the person you work with has the training and expertise to meet your or your child’s needs.

When vetting coaches, we recommend:

  • Starting by asking about their coach training and credentials, including whether they’ve been vetted by an organization like the ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO) or any of the others listed above
  • Asking to connect with one or two of the coach’s clients
  • Interviewing the coach to see what their impressions are (if the coach is for them, of course)

What Certifications Should I Look For When Vetting Coaches?

Unfortunately, there is not a single universally recognized certification for ADHD coaching.

And because of that, for the purposes of this article we have chosen to refrain from listing certifications to look for when vetting coaches. Any list would inevitably leave out valid certifications, while also potentially running the risk of lending authority to certifications that may be incomplete for ADHD-specific coaching.

For example, the International Coach Federation (ICF) provides excellent training for life coaches but does not currently have a specific ADHD coaching certification. So, while ICF certification is a great indication of quality when vetting ADHD coaches, it would be misleading to say that an ICF-certified coach is specifically trained to handle clients with ADHD (though an ICF certification coupled with ADHD training/certification could make for a great combination).

To be clear, we are not trying to say that you should ignore certifications or credentials when vetting coaches—you absolutely should consider certifications and trainings when vetting a potential coach—but rather to say that the certification landscape for ADHD coaches is complicated.

Need some help? Check out this Guide to Choosing the Right Coach created by JST Coaching & Training for more information.

What Can an ADHD Coach Do for You or Your Teen?

An ADHD coach is someone specially trained to help people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) to manage their daily lives.

What does that mean, exactly? Let’s take a look.

ADHD Coaching for Teens

An ADHD coach can help students by proposing frameworks for organizing their daily tasks, managing their time, making decisions, and finding the motivation and drive to move forward with tasks in their lives. ADHD coaches can also be helpful when it comes to helping teens with how they see themselves—that is, with their self-esteem.

If your child seems to struggle with being late and managing his or her time, or always has a stack of overdue homework, an ADHD coach could be the solution.

ADHD Coaching for Parents of ADHD Kids and Adults with ADHD

For adults, ADHD coaches can help with many of the same kinds of issues, such as organization, time management, decision-making, motivation, and self-esteem. However, the emphasis in adult coaching will be on adult issues and scenarios.

But ADHD coaches don’t just work with people who have ADHD. If your child has ADHD, you may want coaching for yourself to help develop strategies for supporting them, and that’s one aspect of the work that an ADHD coach can do for parents. (Of course, ADHD coaches can also support parents with ADHD, too.)

How Can You Get the Most Out of ADHD Coaching?

If you’re looking for an ADHD coach for your child, the clearer you and your child are about your goals for coaching, the more likely it is that the effort will be a success.

And the same goes for your own personal goals with coaching, whether you’re seeking coaching for your own goals or to work on aspects of parenting a child with ADHD.

When considering your goals for coaching, it’s important to keep in mind that an ADHD coach isn’t a therapist or a medical expert, but someone trained to help people with ADHD and ADD to live better lives through taking proactive steps to address specific issues.

If you can help your teen identify the issues they want to work on and arrive in your prospective coach’s office ready to discuss action plans for tackling each one, they will already be ahead of the game. You may have issues that you think your teen should tackle through coaching, but remember that your teen is the client, not you, and it’s important that they have an active role in shaping their coaching goals.

Also, keep in mind is that ADHD coaching is very personal.

If you or your child doesn’t click with the coach you’re considering, then the relationship may not be successful. So pay attention to the chemistry between you and your potential coach or your child and the potential coach. If it’s not working, don’t feel bad about walking away and trying someone else.

Just because a coach is a graduate of a top program—or has multiple certifications—doesn’t guarantee that he can help you. Experience and innate ability are more important than formal training and diplomas.

– Harold Meyer, Founder of the A.D.D. Resource Center

Our Criteria for Inclusion

Here are the criteria we used to create our list of the Top 60 Remote ADHD Coaches in the U.S.:

  • Coaches have been vetted by the ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO), the ADD Association (ADDA), or another reputable ADHD organization, or the coach has been personally vetted by the SOAR team
  • Coaches are available to work remotely
  • Coaches have demonstrated a commitment to helping people of various ages—and especially parents and teens—with ADHD/ADD to live better, more fulfilling lives

A Quick Note on How We Ordered Coaches

The order of the list below is alphabetical, and not meant to indicate any kind of ranking among the coaches.

The Top 60 ADHD Coaches in the U.S.

Liz Ahmann, Pathways Ahead: ADHD and Wellness Coaching

“I work with individuals to explore strengths, challenges, values, goals, sources of support, and inspiration, life balance, and wellness.”

Physical location: Cheverly, MD
Works with: Adults, Teens, Young Adults, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Pathways Ahead: Facebook | Blog

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Liz Ahmann


Linda Anderson, Getting Clear

“I help people turn challenge into accomplishment.”

Physical location: Doylestown, PA
Works with: Adults, Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Getting Clear: Blog

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Linda Anderson


Janice Della Badia, Choosing to Become

“Thoughts, behaviors, all of it that are in [either in service of] or are sabotaging your journey towards your goal.”

Physical location: Randolph, NJ
Works with: Adults, Parents
Vetted by: ADD Association—view ADDA profile
Follow Choosing to Become: Facebook | Blog

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Janice Della Badia


Adela Baker, Mind Coach NOLA

“We’ll identify what gets in the way of your success, remove those obstacles, and celebrate achievements.”

Physical location: New Orleans, LA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Mind Coach NOLA: Facebook | LinkedIn

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Adela Baker


Kate Barrett, Coaching Cville, LLC

“Your life story is within your control. Sometimes it just takes a little perspective to see what is most true for you.”

Physical location: Charlottesville, VA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, College Students, Children & Family
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Coaching Cville: Blog | Twitter

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Kate Barrett


Helen Bispels, Student Organizing Solutions

“Our goal is to make it possible for children to become capable and confident in their ability to succeed.”

Physical location: Kutztown, PA
Works with: College Students, Teens, Children & Family
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Student Organizing SolutionsBlog | Facebook

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Helen Bispels


Patricia Blinderman, Positive Focus LLC

“Unfortunately, there is still a tremendous amount of stigma, judgment and lack of education on the part of parents, teachers, bosses and others when it comes to understanding ADHD. Seeing how this . . . impacts those with ADHD led to my decision to become an ADHD Coach.”

Physical location: Raleigh-Durham, NC
Works with: Adults, Teens, College Students, Children & Family
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Positive Focus: Blog | Facebook

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Patricia Blinderman


Abraham Breuer, Family ADHD Coaching

“I view ADHD as an enormous opportunity for greatness if properly understood and appreciated.”

Physical location: Spring Valley, NY
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, Children & Family
Vetted by: ADD Association—view ADDA profile
Follow Family ADHD CoachingBlog

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Abraham Breuer


Ron Burton, Expect 2 Thrive

“The transition to adulthood requires the ability to keep trying until you get it right.”

Physical location: Atlanta, GA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Expect 2 Thrive: Blog | Facebook

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Ron Burton


Jeff Copper, Dig Coaching Practice

“Coaching is an action-oriented partnership designed to find what works for you.”


Physical location: Atlanta, GA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Seniors, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Dig Coaching: Facebook| YouTube

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Jeff Copper


Diane Dempster, ImpactADHD

“With my coaching clients, I use an “inside-out” approach. When they connect to a positive vision, and identify roadblocks that are impeding their journey, they can overcome and thrive.”

Works with: Parents
Vetted by: SOAR—direct relationship with SOAR
Follow ImpactADHD: Facebook| LinkedIn

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Diane Dempster


Chris Dendy, ChrisDendy.com

“Treatment is not something that is done to the family but rather a process they help guide.”

Works with: Parents, Teens, Children & Family
Vetted by: SOAR—direct relationship with SOAR
Follow Chris: Facebook

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Chris Dendy


Rajal Dhruva, ATXLifeCoaching

“My work is customized to meet each individual exactly where they are, help them clearly define where they want to go, and guide them to their independence.”

Physical location: Austin, TX
Works with: Adults, Parents, Seniors, Children & Family
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow ATXLife Coaching: Facebook | LinkedIn

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Rajal Dhruva


Laurie Dupar, iACT Center

“Laurie is on a mission to rid the world of the stigma surrounding ADHD so those that experience it can truly enjoy their AWESOMENESS!”

Physical location: Bellingham, WA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, Children & Family
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow iACT Center: Facebook | Instagram

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Laurie Dupar


Christina Fabrey, Vermont ADHD Coaching, LLC

“Christina believes in a strengths-based model when working with her clients, emphasizing the positive while acknowledging the things that are holding them back.”

Physical location: Poultney, Vermont
Works with: Adults,Teens, Students, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Vermont ADHD Coaching: Blog

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Christina Fabrey


Isabelle Fernandez, My Coach Isabelle

“I am excited to accompany others in their own search for happiness, focus, achievement and fulfillment in their professional and personal lives, and to carry a message of hope and acceptance of each other’s needs and differences.”

Physical location: San Diego, CA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Students, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Isabelle: Facebook | Blog

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Isabelle Fernandez


Roxanne Fouche, Focus For Effectiveness, LLC

“Roxanne Fouché specializes in strengths-based coaching of bright students and adults with ADHD, weaknesses in Executive Functioning and/or learning differences.”

Physical location: San Diego, CA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Focus for EffectivenessFacebook | Blog

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Roxanne Fouche


Twila Gates, ADHD Success Network, Inc.

“She believes it is important to create systems and environments that support the person with ADD / ADHD just the way they are and that it is also important to focus on their gifts and talents.”

Physical location: Phoenix, AZ
Works with: Adults, Parents, Seniors, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow ADHD Success NetworkWebsite

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Twila Gates


Cindy Goldrich, PTS Coaching, LLC

“The reality is that love and logic are not sufficient when you are dealing with inconsistencies, challenges, and frustrations in raising your child who has ADHD.”

Physical location: Boulder, CO
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, Students, Children & Family, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow PTS Coaching: BlogFacebook

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Cindy Goldrich


Alan Graham, ADDVisor

“Through ADHD coaching, individuals impacted by ADHD develop new skills and strategies to better manage their lives; identify and work toward their life goals; and become more educated about how their ADHD affects their life.”

Physical location: Park Ridge, IL
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, Students, Children & Family, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow ADDVisor: Website

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Alan Graham


Keith Griffin, EFL Coaching, LLC

“Through the coaching process I help people live within their uniquely powerful brain while learning to successfully navigate a world full of rules that oftentimes cause their brain to short circuit.”

Physical location: Hillsboro, OR
Works with: Adults, Teens, Students, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow EFL Coaching: Facebook | Instagram

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Keith Griffin


Faith Halter, Insightful Transitions, LLC

“I am passionate about helping my clients make ‘insightful transitions’ by harnessing the power of their intuition, creativity and capacity for growth.”

Physical location: Arlington, VA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, Students, Children & Family, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Insightful Transitions: Website

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Faith Halter


Alex Hey, Reset ADHD, LLC

“When a person hits the reset button on their ADHD, they need to have a strategy on how to move forward without returning to the tactics (or lack thereof) they used before.” 

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Physical location: Sioux Falls, SD
Works with: Adults, Teens, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Reset ADHD: Blog | Facebook

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Alex Hey


Patricia Hudak, PathFinder Coaching & Tutoring, LLC

“My coaching style honors the client as the expert in his or her life and work or school, and believes that every client is creative, resourceful, and whole. The vision for my practice is that clients find their unique path to a purposeful and fulfilling life.”

Physical location: Burke, VA
Works with: Parents, Teens, Children & Family
Vetted by: SOAR—direct relationship with SOAR
Follow PathFinder Coaching: Facebook | Pinterest

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Patricia Hudak


Elizabeth Karlton, LizKarltonCoaching.com

“Understanding the differences and complexities of ADHD is key to receiving quality ADHD coaching. As a coach, I am committed to continual education and research while applying the principles of neuroplasticity. This is one reason I subscribe to the saying ‘one size does not fit all’.”

Physical location: Burlingame, CA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Students, Children & Family, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Elizabeth: Website

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Elizabeth Karlton


Evan Kirstein, Progressive Growth Coaching

“We learn best when we are running towards our goals rather than away from the consequences.”

Physical location: New York NY
Works with: Adults, Parents, Students, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Progressive Growth Coaching: Blog

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Evan Kirstein


Melissa Knight, Creating Awareness Sparking Change (CASC)

“When you commit to a coaching relationship you choose to enhance your personal effectiveness, from the way you communicate with yourself and others to the way you view life.”

Physical location: Boca Raton, FL
Works with: Adults, Teens, Students, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow CASC: Website

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Melissa Knight


Christine Kotik, CK ADHD Coaching & Consulting, LLC

“Christine works with frustrated individuals of all ages who want to dig into why they do the things they do and then leverage that knowledge into strategies and new skills that provides the structure they need to move forward.”

Physical location: Columbus, OH
Works with: Adults, Teens, Students, Children & Family, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow CK ADHD Coaching: Facebook | LinkedIn

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Christine Kotik


Joyce Kubik, Bridge To Success Skills Training, LLC

“I have helped more than one thousand people with ADHD turn their greatest deficit into their greatest asset.”

Physical location: Westerville, OH
Works with: Adults, Students, Children & Family, Seniors, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Bridge to Success Skills TrainingBlog

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Joyce Kubik


 Jill Linkoff, Jill Linkoff Coaching, LLC

” How would your life change if you could tap into your full potential?”

Physical location: Baltimore, MD
Works with: Adults, Parents, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Jill Linkoff: Website

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Jill Linkoff


Bonnie Little, Winding Road Coaching, LLC

“Whether the focus is on academics or some other aspect of life that is holding a person back from being the best they can be, I am passionately committed to helping my clients reach their goals.”

Physical location: Sterling, VA
Works with: Parents, Teens, Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Winding Road Coaching: Blog | Facebook

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Bonnie Little


Dana Maher, Dana Maher Coaching, LLC

“As a personal coach Dana’s goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating.”

Physical location: Clark, NJ
Works with: Adults, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Dana: Website

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Dana Maher


Tara McGillicuddy, Tara McGillicuddy.com

“Tara has a passion for helping people affected by ADD/ ADHD lead happy and productive lives.”

Works with: Adults, Parents, Students
Vetted by: ADD Association—view ADDA profile
Follow Tara McGillicuddy: Facebook | YouTube

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Tara McGillicuddy


Jane McMaster, Attention Focus Coaching, LLC

“I have found that struggling students are overwhelmed by so much more than academics. My goal is help them get on track both personally and academically as they recognize their abilities and start to gain confidence in themselves.”

Physical location: Petaluma, CA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, Students, Children & Family, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Attention Focus Coaching: Blog

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Jane McMaster


Jane Milrod, ADHD Coach Jane

“The primary purpose of ADHD coaching is to help the individual with ADHD develop the structure necessary to function effectively, and to teachpractical approaches to the challenges of daily life.”

Physical location: Princeton, NJ
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, Students, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Jane: Website

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Jane Milrod


Lynn Miner-Rosen, LMR Coaching, LLC

“ADHD affects all areas of a person’s life from school to home . . . Lynn believes that a personal ADHD coaching relationship is a very effective and important part of the path to success.”

Physical location: Boca Raton, FL
Works with: Adults, Teens, Students, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Lynn: Blog | Facebook

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Lynn Miner-Rosen


Sharon Penn, ADHD Life Skills

“Through my own work, I have witnessed first hand the tremendous benefit that comes from working with a trained and certified coach. With the support of coaching, my clients live with greater intention, increased productivity, more satisfying relationships, and higher self-esteem.”

Physical location: Cincinnati, OH
Works with: Adults, Parents, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow ADHD Life Skills: Website

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Sharon Penn


Rudy Rodriquez, ADHD Center for Success

“While ADHD is popularly known as a ‘disorder’, I choose to see ADHD as a definitive collective of symptoms, characteristics, traits and behaviors that come with both challenges AND benefits.”

Physical location: Asheville, NC
Works with: Adults, Parents
Vetted by: SOAR—direct relationship with SOAR
Follow ADHD Center for Success: Facebook| LinkedIn

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Rudy Rodriquez


Brooke Schnittman, Coaching With Brooke

“Brooke’s job is to partner and empower you in discovering the tools and techniques to achieve a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle.”

Physical location: Boca Raton, FL
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, Students, Children & Family, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Brooke: Facebook| LinkedIn

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Brooke Schnittman


Kristine Shiverick, A.B.L.E Coaching for ADHD, LLC

“Your history does not have to be your destiny.”

Physical location: Wasau, WI
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, Students, Children & Family
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow A.B.L.E. CoachingBlog| Facebook

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Kristine Shiverick


Lynn A. Shumaker, Attention Desires Direction (A.D.D.)

“Together we are going to look at your life from a new perspective. We’ll uncover your individual strengths and talents. We’ll focus on the gifts that ADHD brings. We’ll work hard to ensure that you know how to use them. And we’ll see you becoming increasingly successful at overcoming your personal challenges.”

Physical location: Dillsburg, PA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, Students
Vetted by: ADD Association—view ADDA profile
Follow A.D.D.: Website

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Lynn Shumaker


 JoAnn Skinner, Opening Doors to Growth

“Collaboration is a pre-requisite to success. I collaborate with individuals who are highly motivated, ready, able and willing to learn new habits and take action in their lives.”

Physical location: Wilmington, NC
Works with: Adults, Seniors, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Opening Doors to Growth: Facebook | Blog

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach JoAnn Skinner


Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, JST Coaching & Training

“This is a ‘whole child’ approach. Whether it’s a coach, a parent, or a professional, there is a growing desire for people to learn the techniques that work. Coaching is the missing piece of the ADHD intervention enigma.”

Physical location: Alexandria, VA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Teens, Students, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow JST CoachingBlog | Facebook

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Jodi Sleeper-Triplett


Brittany Smith, Devise and Conquer Coaching

“Using my cognitive neuroscience super powers, I help clients better understand their own brain, accomplish goals, and strategize for success.”

Physical location: Portland, OR
Works with: Adults, Students, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Devise and Conquer CoachingWebsite | Twitter

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Brittany Smith


Mary Smith, Encouraging Development

“I believe education in the modern understanding of ADHD and Executive Functioning Skills is the key to correctly interpreting their behavior and thus, finding successful ways to modify that behavior to achieve success.”

Physical location: Corinth, TX
Works with: Parents, Teens, Students, Children & Family
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Encouraging DevelopmentBlog | Facebook

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Mary Smith


Cheryl Susman, CherylSusman.com

“Parent Coaching helps you stop worrying and start managing. You develop personalized strategies and tools to manage the ADHD in your family . . . You reconnect with what’s important to you and stop putting yourself last.”

Physical location: Chicago, IL
Works with: Adults, Parents, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Cheryl: Blog | Facebook

 

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Cheryl Susman


Linda Swanson, Free To Be Coaching, LLC

“ADHD Coaching is my joy and my passion! My clients are some of the brightest as well as the most creative, courageous, and inspiring people I know.”

Physical location: Fairfax, VA
Works with: Adults, Parents, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Free to Be CoachingYouTube | Twitter

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Linda Swanson


Neil Swanson, Free To Be Coaching, LLC

“My role as a coach is to ask you powerful questions that help you gain clarity about who you are and what is possible for you.”

Physical location: Fairfax, VA
Works with: Adults, Parents, Seniors, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Free to Be CoachingYouTube | Twitter

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Neil Swanson


Elaine Taylor-Klaus, ImpactADHD

“It takes more than special programs, IEPs, social skills groups and occupational therapy to raise complex children in this modern world. It takes parents, committed to helping their children reach their potential, open to a new way to tackle old problems!”

Physical location: Atlanta, GA
Works with: Adults, Parents
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow ImpactADHDFacebook | LinkedIn

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Elaine Taylor-Klaus


Dulce Torres, JST Coaching

“Dulce’s passion is to tap into each person’s strengths and gifts for them to achieve their personal goals.”

Physical location: Alexandria, VA
Works with: Adults, Parents
Vetted by: SOAR—direct relationship with SOAR
Follow JST CoachingBlog | Facebook

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Dulce Torres


Mark Vecchio, The Conscious Learner

“As a coach I listen from an ADDer’s perspective, and provide you with an understanding of ADHD’s unique patterns, as well as the tools necessary to manage and even leverage it to your advantage.”

Physical location: Northampton, MA
Works with: Adults, College students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow The Conscious Learner: Blog

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Mark Vecchio


Bobby Vierra, Heightened Focus Coaching

“When ADHD individuals structure their environments to succeed, the possibilities are endless. There in-lies the great paradox of the ADHD brain.”

Physical location: Riverside, CA
Works with:  Adults, Teens, Students, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Heightened Focus CoachingFacebook | Twitter

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Bobby Vierra


DeShawn Wert, Your ADD Answers Coaching & Consulting

“Our greatest achievements are often hidden inside our setbacks.”

Physical location: Sweeteser, IN
Works with: Adults, Teens, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Your ADD Answers:  Facebook | Twitter

Learn more about ADHD Coach DeShawn Wert


Penny Williams, Parenting ADHD and Autism

“I believe in the power of compassion, empathy, optimism, behavior modification, and positive parenting because I’ve seen them work for my own family, and so many others.”

Works with: Adults, Parents
Vetted by: SOAR—direct relationship with SOAR
Follow Parenting ADHD and AutismFacebook | Twitter

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Penny Williams


Abigail Wurf, Abigail Wurf Coaching, LLC

“Being affected by ADHD often causes us to struggle to get stuff done in a timely manner. Unfortunately there are no easy answers. If we remember that we often tell ourselves stories to avoid doing things we can sometimes stop the storytelling and look at the facts. Then take action.”

Physical location: Washington, D.C.
Works with: Adults, Teens, Seniors, College Students
Vetted by: ADHD Coaches Organization—view ACO profile
Follow Abigail: Blog | Podcast

 

 

Learn more about ADHD Coach Abigail Wurf

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