ACO Professional member, Beth Main, was interviewed by PsychCentral’s associate editor, Margarita Tartakovsky, on the topic of creating healthy relationships when you have ADHD. The article was published on November 27th in PsychCentral’s World of Psychology, which is the Internet’s longest running psychology and mental health blog. You can read the article here: 12 Strategies for Building Healthy Relationships When You Have ADHD.
Additionally, ACO Professional member and former member of the board, Terry Dickson, was cited by Suzanne Allard Levingston in her article on adult ADHD published in the Washington Post on December 16th. You can read the article here: ADHD: About 1 in 20 adults may have a disorder usually associated with grade school.
And finally, ACO President Joyce Kubik contributed this tidbit:
I was reading Adults Can Have ADHD, Too in the January/February 2014 issue of Scientific American Mind. The authors are Tim Bilkey, Craig Surman, and Karen Weintraub, who also co-authored Fast Minds: How to Thrive If You Have ADHD (Or Think You Might). Bilkey is a psychiatrist specializing in adult ADHD in Canada who also produced two films on adult ADHD. Craig Surman is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital where he studies and treats adult ADHD. And Karen Weintraub is a freelance health and science journalist based in Cambridge, MA. At the end of the article was a list of further reading which referenced the ACO: www.adhdcoaches.org/how-to-pick-an-adhd-coach !
Congratulations to both Beth and Terry for getting some ink in these prestigious venues and helping to get the word out about ADHD Coaching!
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