• book
    0% of Empowering Youth with ADHD completed

From the Publisher

Unveiling a powerful and proven methodology for teens and young adults with ADHD, this guidebook offers complete instruction for professionals and parents on what ADHD coaching for young people is and how it can dramatically improve the lives of the afflicted. A groundbreaking approach, this handbook discusses powerful intervention practices to help youths with ADHD break through barriers and succeed in their lives. The thorough, hands-on guidance makes for an ideal resource for all individuals interested in learning more about coaching young people with ADHDincluding life coaches interested in expanding their practices to a new market; academic tutors and personal organizers wondering if they would like to become trained as an ADHD coach; and therapists, psychiatrists, and pediatricians confused about what ADHD coaches do.

Published: Specialty Press A.D.D. Warehouse an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781886941373
List price: $19.95
Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
Availability for Empowering Youth with ADHD by Jodi Sleeper-Triplett
With a 30 day free trial you can read online for free
  1. This book can be read on up to 6 mobile devices.

Related Articles

Inc.
4 min read
Entrepreneurship

Do You Need A Coach?

COELI CARR THREE YEARS AFTER launching his Denver-based business, Transcription Outsourcing, in 2010, CEO Ben Walker wanted to add employees and move to a larger space. But there was a big obstacle: him. “I needed a sounding board, someone with a lot of experience I could talk through my challenges, and who had helped other companies,” he says. In 2014, through friends’ recommendations, he met Bill Treadwell, a local executive coach in his mid-70s. The two communicated easily, and Walker hired him. Soon, Walker was huddling for a couple of hours once a month with Treadwell for a flat fee. Wh
Nautilus
10 min read
Psychology

The Problem with Nature Therapy: The medicalization of nature turns a relationship into a dose.

In a popular online video, Nature Rx, a depthless-eyed, rakishly bearded man prescribes nature as the drug of choice for your stress, cynicism, narcissism, and other “crippling symptoms of modern life.” There are scenes of campfires, mist-covered lakes, and much denim. “Golf is not nature,” admonishes one bit of onscreen text. A send-up of pharmaceutical ads, Nature Rx is a genuine shoestring project, put together without major backers by four friends led by filmmaker Justin Bogardus. A former New Yorker and self-described “city guy,” Bogardus first felt the transformative power of nature on f
TIME
3 min read

The Shoddy Science Behind Fidget Spinners

JENN JARMULA, AN ELEMENTARY- and middle-school teacher in Chicago, recently hung a sign outside her classroom. THIS IS A FIDGET SPINNER FREE ZONE, it read. Fidget spinners—which dominate Amazon’s top-selling toys and games list—are nothing more than gadgets with three weighted prongs that spin, spin, spin on the fingers of sixth-graders like tiny ceiling fans. They’ve existed in some form since 1993, but lately they’ve grown so popular that retailers can barely keep them in stock. In order to keep up with demand, Toys “R” Us has chartered jets to ship spinners to its stores. Jarmula says they