Different Kinds of ADHD, Different Kinds of Coaches

Via Scoop.itHealthcare Continuing Education

The role of a football coach is pretty clear to most of us, and the idea of specialized coaches is not altogether unfamiliar – voice coaches for example. More recently, the fields of executive and life coaching have emerged. The ADHD coach is a life coach with specific expertise in identifying the obstacles common to students and adults living with ADD/ADSHD symptoms. These are coaches who assist clients in identifying and clarifying goals and developing practical strategies and work-arounds. They also provide follow-up, by phone or text for example, in order to increase accountability.
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