ADHD Coaching: Empowering ADHD Clients to Activate Their Brains and Create Sustainable Momentum
Co-host Lynne Edris from Coaching ADDvantages talks with David Giwerc, Founder of the ADD Coach Academy, about the ADHD Coaching approach to helping clients realize their potential by tapping into their strengths and understanding how their brains work to sustain momentum. They talk about positive psychology and rumination and the importance of understanding yourself so that you can advocate for yourself and be successful, and more.
Originally published at ADHD Support Talk Radio
Empowering Coaches to Strengthen Their Client's Brains
By David Giwerc, MCC, MCAC
Published in, and reproduced with permission from, Choice, the magazine of professional coaching
David Giwerc, Founder and President of ADD Coach Academy, is featured in a 3-part series on ADHD and emotions.
By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
Originally appeared in Psych Central
David Giwerc, Founder & President of ADD Coach Academy, recently appeared on ADHD reWired with Eric Tivers.
In this interview, David talks about what coaching does for people with ADHD. He also describes what the purpose of ADHD coaching is, and maybe more importantly, what coaching is NOT.
Our friends at Totally ADD created this wonderful video that clearly, and entertainingly, provides information to help you easily understand what ADHD coaching is, and how it can help those struggling with ADHD.
Overview and Recommendations
by David Giwerc, MCAC, MCC
by David Giwerc
Research clearly indicates psychopharmacology’s prominent role as an ADHD intervention.
Even if the primary care physician is comfortable with treating an ADHD adult, the typical office visit does not allow sufficient time to address every issue that confronts the newly diagnosed adult ADHD patient.
The patient may leave with an appropriate ADHD medication regimen, but many other critical problems related to the diagnosis may remain unaddressed.
After an ADD diagnosis in his 30s, Michael Anderson lost confidence and hope. Here's how coaching helped him turn things around. by Carl Sherman, Ph.D. ADDitude Magazine
A diagnosis tells you what’s wrong, what’s broken. But you need to know what’s not broken. - David Giwerc, an ADHD coach