News from the ACO
President Joyce Kubik shares her New Year’s resolutions and invites you to do the same. Read more here.
How to Get Certified as an ADHD Coach:
This is the fourth and final article on the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches specialty certification. If one of your New Year’s Resolutions is to get your ADHD Coach certification and join the ranks of the elite certified coaches, read more here.
Good Ink and Collaboration
Last month Abigail Wurf was written about in her local paper, which just happens to be The Washington Post (with readership of close to half a million)! Additionally, Susan Laske, who is both a coach and a professional organizer, is doing a great job bringing information about ADHD Coaching to the professionals at NAPO.net and ChallengingDisorganization.org. Read more here.
Welcome New and Returning Members
Christopher Mulhare, Membership Chair, acknowledges and welcomes our growing community of ADHD coaches and supporters worldwide, and invites you to reach out to the many professionals in your network who could benefit from membership at the ACO. Read more here.
If you are not yet familiar with it, Choice, the magazine of professional coaching, is a quarterly professional magazine dedicated to the coaching industry. The theme of the recent issue (Volume 12, No. 4) is “Does Coaching Change the Brain?” and talks about coaching and neuroscience. You can read more about it here and purchase a copy here.
The ACO Bookstore
Visit our bookstore and find some of the best books in the business!
Looking for Writers
Publishing in Circle is a great way to get your name and contact information out and it increases your expert presence. We are looking for more writers of guest columns, of research reviews, of coaches in the news, etc. If you like to edit or write and think this might be a great way to both get and give in your professional sphere, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
APSARD Conference Is This Month
The American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders (APSARD) is pleased to present our 2015 program: "ADHD & Related Disorders: State of the Science & Art" at the Mandarin Oriental, Washington, D.C. on January 16-18, 2015. The conference will feature nationally renowned ADHD faculty who will share with participants recent research findings relevant to clinical practice, with a focus on managing common patient problems and improving functional outcomes in adolescents and adults with ADHD. Read more here and check out the agenda here.
ADHD Community Practice Calls
Join your colleagues in professional discussions every month. The ICF ADHD Community of Practice calls are co-sponsored by ICF and the ACO and are open to all ACO members, whether an ICF member or not. Contact ACO member and ICF ADHD Community Practice Leader, Chana Klein, to get on the mailing list to receive monthly notices regarding dates and topics.
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Are you a coach in the news?
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