Welcome to 2015!

by President ACO on January 1, 2015

Joyce Kubik, President Welcome to 2015!! Did you make a Resolution or a Commitment? The new year has always been a time to make resolutions. Unfortunately, many are broken in a matter of weeks. Perhaps the resolution was not realistic or the person who made that resolution was not ready to commit. In working with […]

How Do I Get Certified as an ADHD Coach?
Part 4

by Circle Editor on January 1, 2015

By Bob Browy, Guest Contributor, and Sarah D. Wright, Editor In Part 1 of this series on certification for ADHD Coaches, we introduced you to the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches (PAAC), the certifying body for ADHD Coaching. PAAC offers three levels of certification (Certified ADHD Coach Practitioner, Professional Certified ADHD Coach, and Master Certified […]

Coaches in the News:
Good Ink and Collaborations

by Circle Editor on January 1, 2015

Abigail Wurf was recently interviewed by Sheryl Stein for her aptly title article in The Washington Post (which has a circulation of almost half a million!), District’s Abigail Wurf coaches adults with ADHD. Stein also spilled the beans on Abigail’s upcoming book:   Wurf, whose book “Forget Perfect: How to Succeed in Your Profession and […]

Welcome New and Returning Members
in December 2014

by Membership on January 1, 2015

By Christopher Mulhare, Membership Chair This space is traditionally used to welcome new and returning members of the ACO and to acknowledge our growing international community of ADHD coaches and supporters. This month I am also challenging you–and every member of the ACO–to bring more professionals who have any interaction with people with ADHD into […]

A Time of Thanks and Giving

by Circle Editor on December 1, 2014

By Joyce Kubik, President At the end of each year, I often reread the papers my students (all who have ADHD) have written about their semester achievements. It’s a good way to wrap up the year to hear how much they have progressed, while giving me ideas for my next year’s goals. I also look […]

By Tamara Rosier, PhD, Research Committee Chair As ADD coaches, we are constantly looking for ways to improve our coaching. We read about positive psychology, resilience, cognitive hardiness, and hope theory with intent to impact our clients’ lives. We incorporate these theories into our practice and wonder if our observations of our success mean we […]

How Do I Get Certified as an ADHD Coach? Part 3

by Circle Editor on December 1, 2014

By Bob Browy, Guest Contributor, and Sarah D. Wright, Editor In Part 1 of this series on certification for ADHD Coaches, we introduced you to the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches (PAAC), the certifying body for ADHD Coaching. PAAC offers three levels of certification (Certified ADHD Coach Practitioner, Professional Certified ADHD Coach, and Master Certified […]