Category: Announcements

Coach Training Program Receives Coveted ADHD Specialty Accreditation

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The ADD Coach Academy is pleased to announce its ADHD coach training program has been approved and awarded accreditation by PAAC, the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches.



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Attention Talk Radio presents “ADHD Awareness Week,” - Press Release

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Attention Talk Radio, the ADHD Information Station, Presents "ADHD Awareness Week," Sponsored by the ADD Coach Academy.

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Permission to Proceed- Book Review

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About.com reviews Permission to Proceed; Creating a Life of Passion, Purpose and Possibility for Adults with ADHD by David Giwerc, MCC.






A Big Step for ADDCA, a Bigger Step for ADHD Coaching

ADDCA In The News | Announcements

A Big Step for ADDCA, a Bigger Step for ADHD Coaching
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
By: Duane Gordon

 


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ADD Coach Academy Training Program Receives Coveted ICF Accreditation

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: David Giwerc (800) 915-7702, dgiwerc@addca.com

ALBANY, N.Y.— The ADD Coach Academy is pleased to announce that its training program has been awarded the Accredited Coaching Training Program (ACTP) designation from the International Coach Federation.

 



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Permission to Proceed: Keys to Creating a Life of Passion, Purpose and Possibility with ADHD

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Permission to Proceed by Master Certified Coach David Giwerc provides adults with ADHD the keys to leading a more fulfilling life

Opening the door to success: The founder of the renowned ADD Coach Academy reveals his roadmap to discovering passion, purpose and possibility

ALBANY, N.Y. — Permission to Proceed: The Keys to Creating a Life of Passion, Purpose and Possibility for Adults with ADHD by David Giwerc provides adults with ADHD an inspiring guide to creating personal and professional success. “Inside each of us are natural strengths,” says Giwerc, Master Certified Coach and founder of the ADD Coach Academy. “But for those of us with ADHD, those strengths are often buried or forgotten. By uncovering our hidden talents, we can overcome our challenges and build a path to our dreams.”

This pioneering new book by a leader in the field of ADHD coaching opens the door to a world of possibility for adults with ADHD – too many of whom have given up on themselves and their dreams due to the challenges of ADHD. David, who was diagnosed with ADHD at age 38, shows readers how to

  • Recognize their unique brain wiring
  • Define their own “brand” of ADHD
  • Maximize strengths and minimize weaknesses
  • Rediscover inspiration and motivation to pursue their passions
  • Cultivate “habits of the heart” to achieve their life purpose
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2011 ADD Coach Academy Conference - Presentation Recordings Available

ADDCA In The News | Announcements

This year’s ADD Coach Academy Conference was a life-changing experience, full of connection, creativity and camaraderie that brought together the Academy’s outstanding, international, ADHD coaching community. It was energizing for all who attended.

We were inspired with the benevolent, compassionate and purposeful presence of our ADDCA coaching community. It was an experience that we will carry with us in the days to come.

ADDCA’s vision continues to expand in significant ways; not only through live conferences but also via the important work you are all doing to empower your clients, every day.

For those of you who were unable to make it.. the conference presentation recordings are now available!



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ADDCA Coach Graduate recieves Top ADHD Blog Award

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Andrew Lewis, ACG, an ADHD coach in the United Kingdom and an alumnus of the ADD Coach Academy has been awarded the 2010 Top 20 Blog award for his outstanding contributions to educating the ADHD public with his internet platform: SimplyWellbeing ADHD Blog.



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