ADHD Coach Training Programs

In order to be recognized as a Professional ADHD Coach, one must either have completed a fully integrated ADHD Coach Training Program, or completed at least 60 hours of ICF-compliant life coach training plus at least 35 hours of ADHD coach training from recognized sources.

The following are the recognized sources of ADHD Coach training.

Fully Integrated ADHD Coach Training Programs


ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA)

Website: addca.com
Instructors: David Giwerc, Barbara Luther, and staff


Coach Approach for Organizers

Websitecoachapproachfororganizers.com
Instructors: Denslow Brown, Cameron Gott, and staff


ADHD Coach Training Center (IACTCenter)

URL: www.IACTCenter.com
Instructors: Laurie Dupar and team


JST Coaching & Training

Websitejstcoaching.com
Instructors: Jodi Sleeper-Triplett and faculty 

Specialty ADHD Coach Training Programs


Coach Approach for Organizers

Website: coachapproachfororganizers.com
Instructors: Denslow Brown, Cameron Gott, and staff


Framing the ADHD Experience Before Coaching Begins

Website: https://www.joycekubik.com/training-research/ 
Instructor: Joyce Kubik


Impact Coaching Academy

Website: impactcoachingacademy.com
Instructor: Tereasa Jones


Live ADHD Free Coach Training Program

Website: https://liveadhdfree.com/programs/adhd-coach-training/
Instructor: Carol Gignoux


Mentor Coach

Website: mentorcoach.com
Instructor: Alan Graham


Ola Coaching

Website: olacoach.com
Instructor: Lupita Volio


ADHD Parent Coach Academy

Website: http://www.ptscoaching.com/parent-coach-academy/
Instructor:  Cindy Goldrich

Additional Sources of ADHD Coach Training Hours:

  • Conference session hours at ACO, ADDA, and CHADD conferences
  • ICF’s ADHD Community of Practice Calls

We recommend confirming that the training hours offered are PAAC and/or ICF accredited or approved.


Final Notes

The accepted ADHD coach trainings listed above are the known and active ADHD Coach training programs. Several well-respected ADHD Coach training programs are no longer offered.

If you are already trained as an ADHD Coach and don’t see your school or teacher listed above, please contact us at [email protected] for more information about how to get on the ACO’s List of Professional ADHD Coaches.

If you are a trainer and see an oversight or error in the above list, please contact us at [email protected] to correct the problem.

And finally, the field of ADHD Coaching is growing rapidly. If you are aware of an ADHD Coach training program not on this list, please contact us at [email protected] so we can evaluate the program for inclusion in this list of Accepted ADHD Coach Training Programs.