Caroline Maguire,  PCC, ACCG, M.Ed.

Director of the ADDCA Fundamentals of ADHD Coaching for Families Program
PCC (Professional Certified Coach) - ICF certified
ACCG (ADDCA Certified Coach Graduate)

Caroline Maguire, PCC, ACCG, M.Ed., is a personal coach who works with children with a diagnosis of ADHD and the families who support them. Caroline is a graduate of the ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA), and  the Director of the Fundamentals of ADHD Coaching for Families Program.

In addition to her private practice, Caroline also speaks at various venues throughout the world on topics related to coaching children and young adults with ADHD, LD, or social skills challenges.

  • As a CHADD certified parent-to-parent coach, she offers training classes on parenting ADHD children.
  • As a teleclass leader at the ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA), she mentors future coaches attempting to pass their ICF certifications and helps them build their family coaching practices.

Caroline received her undergraduate degree from Trinity College, and has a Master's of Education and Early Childhood Development from Lesley University, where she spent four years studying the effects of executive function skills training on children with social skills deficits. Her research culminated in a master's thesis entitled: "Why Will No One Play With Me?," a guidebook for parents to learn to become their children's play date coaches. This handbook helps parents learn about and address social skills issues associated with ADHD, LD, or other social challenges.

Caroline is a former coach for the Hallowell Center in Sudbury, MA. While with the Hallowell Center, Caroline was the main coach for children and teenagers. Caroline also co-led social skills groups and consulted with local schools.

She lives with her husband and two children in Concord, MA. Caroline is originally from Cape Cod, where she still enjoys spending long summer days with her happily hyperactive cousins and family members.