with Terry Dickson, MD, ACG, and his wife, Ann

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June ICF ADHD SIG Meeting

This call was a sincere, direct, and heart warming sharing of the experiences of a non-ADHD spouse in a “mixed” marriage that has lasted over 30 years!

About Terry M. Dickson, M.D., ACG

Terry Dickson, MD is the Founder and Director of The Behavioral Medicine Clinic of NW Michigan which has served and supported children, adolescents and adults with ADHD for the last ten years.

Realizing the need for support and understanding in the whole family of a person with ADHD, he is an expert in coaching the non-ADHD partner (spouse).

Dr. Dickson and his wife have two children and live in Traverse City, Michigan. He was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult and also has two children with ADHD. His coach training includes the ADD Coach Academy and The Coaches Training Institute. He is a member of the ADHD Coaches Organization. Dr. Dickson is scheduled to present a pre-conference workshop on Coaching the Non-ADHD Spouse at the 23rd Annual International CHADD Conference in November, 2011.
Find him on the web: www.addrelationshipcoach.com
You can email him at addrelationships@yahoo.com

About the ICF ADHD SIG

The ICF ADHD SIG, supported by the ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO) is a meeting place for ICF coaches to learn more about ADHD coaching. Learn
how ADHD Coaching assists clients to stay focused on their goals, overcome obstacles, and address core ADHD-related issues like procrastination, rumination, organization, and self-esteem. Please join us to discuss your own challenges and those with ADHD clients and to share your concerns, strategies, and success stories.

Chana Klein