ADHD Coach Training Testimonials
The ADD Coach Academy met and exceeded my expectations...
You learn the fundamentals of coaching throughout the curriculum and learn to apply those principles in real-life coaching situations. And there is plenty of chance to practice those skills.
I have used the coaching skills I have learned not only in a coaching situation, but in the course of my daily practice with good results. I have seen adults with ADHD learn more about themselves through the coaching sessions and become more empowered to reach goals and fulfill dreams that they never thought could be possible.
I highly recommend the ADD Coach Academy to anyone whose passion is to learn how to most effectively be a personal coach. No matter how you plan to specialize with coaching, ADDCA gives you what you need to know to begin your career.
Terry M. Dickson MD
The Behavioral Medicine Clinic of NW Michigan
Traverse City, Michigan
I do believe that I found my "true voice" through ADDCA...
Hearing David in '07 started the journey for me, and life has not been the same. Though I've sung opera for years, I do believe that I found my "true voice" through ADDCA. You have been a great blessing in my life!
Thanks to the ADD Coach Academy I have been able to finally “live up to my full potential”...
I had completed my Masters of Social Work, became licensed in Illinois and had studied countless hours to learn all I could about ADHD. I can say however, that all the studying I had done as well as learning all the theories and therapy strategies in graduate school, did not prepare me as well as what I learned in my ADD Coach Academy Program. It really opened my eyes as well to see how inadequately the therapeutic world was prepared to work with those of us diagnosed with ADHD.
Thanks to the ADD Coach Academy I have been able to finally “live up to my full potential” and utilize the strengths and talents that were locked inside for so many years. If it weren’t for the ADDCA training, my personal and professional life would be more chaotic. Thanks for the clarity!
Mike Anderson, LCSW, ACG, CPVA, CPBA
Program is wonderful both in coaching and in the substantive area of ADHD...
I have been a psychotherapist and coach and it appeared to me that people with ADHD are not always treated either with respect or knowledge. It seems that many coaches who are not trained specifically for ADHD coaching will not be able to receive nor listen to a potentially client properly. I also began developing a great relationship with David Giwerc at the ICF Conference in 2005 and trusted that he would have an excellent program.
My expectations have been met. The program is wonderful both in coaching and in the substantive area of ADHD. As a person who does NOT have a diagnosis of ADHD it is instructive listening and interacting with people who do. Its to important for a coaching professional to understand the clientele they are working with.
One of the most wonderful things of the ADD Coach Academy is that we have practice time. I practice coaching every week with a buddy coach and we apply the principles and theories that we have learned in class. I have also used the theories learned to approach new clients.
When you think of coaching clients who have some degree of ADHD there is no better place to train than the ADD Coach Academy. After one phone class you know the passion about the subject and coaching that David Giwerc demonstrates. He makes everyone in the class right, actively listens, and brings out the students who want to ask questions but are concerned about asking questions. I know that I have learned a great deal that supplements my understanding of ADHD in both theory and practice. I thoroughly endorse the methods of teaching and the quality of the materials and the instruction.
Ira Dressner, LCSW-R, Ph.D.
Something you won't find anywhere else...
After my first teleclass with David Giwerc, I knew he was the person I wanted to work with in learning about ADHD. I have a son that was diagnosed with ADHD. I had read every book I could find on the subject and ask questions of anyone I thought would be able to enlightened me on the subject.
Well to my surprise David and his staff at ADDCA not only made it a pleasure to learn, but gave me information I have never come across, like ADHD Strengths! Who Knew. It was a wonderful learning experience and it gave me the confidence to continue on the road to becoming an ADD Coach!
If you have the need for information for yourself, your child or just want to become an ADHD Coach, ADDCA is the school for you. No stone goes unturned and it is done with love and understanding with caring, open-minded, non-judgmental teachers. Something you won't find anywhere else.
- Joanne McNeil
Andrew Lewis discusses how ADDCA's training program literally transformed his life with ADHD
Living in the United Kingdom, Andrew Lewis still chose to take his ADHD Coach Training at the ADD Coach Academy. He discusses how ADDCA's training program literally transformed his life with ADHD from sitting on the couch playing video games to becoming the top ADHD Coach in the UK.
Lynne Edris discusses how her training experience with the ADD Coach Academy ...
Lynne Edris discusses how her training experience with the ADD Coach Academy has completely changed her life-- transitioning from being a stay- at-home-mom for a decade to becoming a successful ADHD coach with a powerful purpose, who can't wait to get up every day and help make a difference in her clients' lives.
Joy Birmingham shares her experience...
Joy Birmingham shares how her training at the ADD Coach Academy strengthened her coaching skills and empowered her find her authentic self.
View this powerful message from Steve Gundy...
View this powerful message from Steve Gundy who discusses how his ADHD coach training at the ADD Coach Academy transformed his world of ADHD failure and problems to a new purpose full of passion, where he is now, successfully coaching individuals with ADHD and Autism.
ADHD Coach, Jeff Copper discusses his journey. Fascinating!
ADHD Coach, Jeff Copper discusses his ADD Coach Academy training, his success as an ADHD coach and founder of Attention Talk Radio. Listen how despite his dyslexia, he found and embraced his unique strengths.