Category Archives: Coaching

2017 ADHD Professionals Conference

/ April 27, 2017/ ADHD Information, Coaching, Presentations

I am honored to be presenting at the 10th Annual ADHD Professionals Conference with my Research Committee colleagues, Dr. Rebecca Toney and Casey Dixon. During our presentation entitled, “The Power of Research to Transform Coaching,” we will be discussing the direct application to ADHD coaching of research regarding strategic self-control, cueing desired actions and

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Finding the Time for Coaching

/ July 20, 2015/ Coaching, Strategies

  Joe was stuck.  He was overwhelmed.  He was worried about keeping his job.  And he was tired.  He worked hard all day, barely taking time for lunch at his desk, and got to the end of the day with only a fraction of his work completed.  He thought he had a handle on

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ADHD Coaches Organization International Conference

/ April 29, 2015/ Coaching, Presentations, Resources

Sarah D. Wright and Roxanne Fouche will join other coaches from around the world at the ADHD Coaches Organization International Conference to be held from May 1 – May 3, 2015. In addition to connecting with colleagues and enjoying the information shared by the keynote speakers, Dr. Ari Tuckman and Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, Sarah and

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See You at the ADDA Conference

/ July 22, 2014/ Coaching, Positivity and Well-being, Resources

Roxanne Fouché, Mindy Schwartz Katz and Sarah D. Wright are going to be busy at the Attention Deficit Disorder Association’s 25th Anniversary International Adult AD/HD Conference in Orlando. On Thursday, July 24th Roxanne, Mindy and Sarah will be speaking at a pre-conference session entitled, “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about ADHD Coaching* *And didn’t

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Presentation on Coaching for ADHD

/ September 12, 2011/ ADHD Information, Coaching, Presentations, Resources

Sarah D. Wright and Roxanne Fouché will be speaking at the Learning Development Services in Clairemont on Monday, September 19, at 6:30 pm. This will be a free-form discussion and support group, focusing on the challenges of ADHD and the benefits of coaching in learning to manage these challenges. We hope to see you

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Middle and High School Students – Why a Coach?

/ January 26, 2011/ Coaching, Strategies, Students

During the middle and high school years, workloads increase while teachers and parents typically expect the students to take on more responsibility for their homework and outside activities. The combination of increasing environmental demands and higher expectations for independence is particularly difficult for students with ADHD. This is where a coach specifically trained in

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