ACCE Class in Progress

Group Coaching: Framing the ADHD Experience Before One-On-One Coaching Begins (This class meets once every week for two hours, for a total of 6 weeks.)

Description: This 6-part series demonstrates effective ways for coaches to educate their clients on what it truly means to live with ADHD. You will learn how to use the behavioral, emotional, and cognitive outcomes displayed by adults with ADHD as a way to understand the effects ADHD has had over a lifetime. With this knowledge you will set the ground work for future coaching sessions, resulting in more compliance and higher success rates.

This course uses Joyce Kubik’s model from the successful ground breaking AHD coach study “Efficacy of ADHD Coaching for Adults with ADHD” (J. Kubik) JAD, March 2010. Also included is KORS (Kubik Outcome Rating Scale: ADHD Adult Areas of Concern). This rating scale measures your client’s behavioral, emotional, and cognitive outcomes; a valuable tool for future coaching sessions. You will learn to use Plan for Success, a journal and planning system that allows clients to monitor various behaviors, as well as realistically manage their time.


ICF Credits for Core Competencies: 12

Sign up at http://www.adhdcoaches.org/acce-kubik/

Questions? Email kubikja@bridgetosuccess.net or 440-933-8309

Dates: Tuesdays – May 25, 6/1, 8, 15, 22, 29

Times: 12:00 noon – 2:00p EST (Information & workbook will be mailed to you prior to the class)

What clients say about this workshop:

“I can’t remember the last time I picked up a book to read for pleasure – from beginning to end. Your workshop helped me to believe in myself and dare myself to read once again. Now you can’t get a book out of my hand. I can’t tell you what an impact this has had on my life.”

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“This class is helping me out a lot. Thank you for helping me and others to truly understand what is going on and how to deal with it.”

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“Using a planner stopped the chaos in my life. For the first time, I feel in control and have a sense of empowerment.”