Curiosity Never Stops

by President ACO on April 1, 2014

I was the child who never stopped asking why. While it drove mother crazy, that curiosity carried me into a better world with a coaching business that helps people thrive and achieve great satisfaction in life. I don’t think it gets any better than that. My curiosity has not diminished in the decades that have […]

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by Dana Rayburn, SCAC, Guest Contributor Somewhere around my third year as an ADHD coach I realized I wasn’t having much fun. The initial excitement of having clients had worn off. I found myself dreading many of my coaching calls. I was bored; hoping my less interesting clients couldn’t tell that they weren’t getting the […]

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ACO professional member Phyllis Flood Knerr is editor of the newly published The ICD Guide to Collaborating with Professional Organizers: For Related Professionals. It is, as the title aptly tells us, published by the Institute for Challenging Disorganization as a manual and resource on collaborating with professional organizers. Here is the blurb on the book […]

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Welcome New and Returning Members
in March 2014

by Membership on April 1, 2014

New and returning members of the ACO are listed here to acknowledge our growing international community of ADHD coaches and supporters. Please take a moment to personally reach out to introduce yourself and welcome them to the family. Professional Members Judy Brenis — La Selva Beach, CA — USA Judith Cahall — Annandale, NJ — […]

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When you hear from a great line up of speakers and engaging topics to support your professional growth and inspire you for the coming year; What edge would you like to hone at ACO 2014?  Everyone has something! When you earn professional CCEU’s to apply towards your certification requirements; ACO 2014 gives you an opportunity […]

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ADDA’s ADHD in the Workplace Survey

by Circle Editor on April 1, 2014

The Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) is an international–and the world’s leading–organization helping adults with ADHD. Its mission is to provide information, resources and networking opportunities to help adults with ADHD lead better lives. As part of that effort, ADDA’s Workplace Issues Committee (on which several ACO member coaches serve) has prepared a survey targeting […]

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Info on PTSD (In Case You Ever Need It)

by Circle Editor on April 1, 2014

By Kerch McConlogue, Guest Contributor Certain types of anxiety are more common in people with ADHD and PTSD may be among them (Adler, Kunz Chua, Rotrosen, and Resnick, 2004)1. It is possible, therefore, that at some point in your career you will have a client who suffers from this disorder. If and when that happens, […]

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