By Robin Nordmeyer, Programs Chair.


As an ACO member you have the opportunity to participate in the monthly ACO Case Collaborations for free and receive one approved ICF core competency CCEU. Last month we held our third ACO Case Collaboration session on Coaching Clients through Overwhelm. There were two great case studies and one lightening round shared with lots of discussion, learning and take aways. CCEUs were just awarded by the ICF. CCEUs are being dispersed to those who have attended previous sessions. If you have not received your CCEUs by November 5th, please contact Robin at


The next ACO Case Collaborations is on November 18th from 11 am to 12 noon ET. The cases to be collaborated on will be around the theme of Coaching Clients with Relationship Challenges. If you have a case you would like to share, please let us know. Send e-mail to before November 11th. If you would like to attend the November ACO Case Collaboration, please CLICK HERE to register for the session. ACO Case Collaborations is free to ACO members as part of your membership, and will be free for guests through December 2015. 1 ICF CCEU is available for those attending.

LAUNCHED TO LUCRATIVE Workshops for November



The launched to lucrative workshops are designed as a hands-on approach to guide you with the next steps for building your own business as you learn. Participants will receive worksheets and handouts during the presentation to work on their business as they attend.

Click here to learn more and to register for these programs.


ADDA Health Storylines is a free app that was created together with the Attention Deficit Disorder Association with input from people living with Adult ADHD. Join us for a webinar where we will demo and share how the app enables people with ADHD to track their routines, moods, symptoms, and more as they happen and how it can help you as their coach. It gives the user insights into every aspect of their ADHD. They can build and see their “story” using the My Storylines feature to collect data about their self care activities and they can easily share and discuss them with their coach. This app is not another “to do list”, “calendar” or “timer” app. It helps collect and manage all the essential clues to an effective treatment of ADHD, clues often lost as quickly as they are observed because of people’s struggles with attention, working memory, planning, organization and more. It helps ADHD coaches to get a fuller understanding of what has happened since the last time they have seen their client to develop the most effective strategies together. We look forward to answer any questions that you might have.

Please click here to register for this event!

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In 2016, we will continue the hosting of the ACO Case Collaborations, the Launched to Lucrative Workshop Series, and begin The ADHD Coaching Edge workshops. The ADHD Coaching Edge workshops will be focused on ADHD coaching skills. Both Launched to Lucrative and The ADHD Coaching Edge are non-promotional content based professional development opportunities, for our coaches by our coaches. There are fees to attend. Members may attend for $97 per workshop. Non-members may attend for $127 per workshop. CCEU’s will be provided for those attending. Workshop trainers will receive a stipend for their time. If you are interested in teaching a workshop either for the Launched to Lucrative or The ADHD Coaching Edge series in 2016, please reach out to to receive a proposal application and to learn more details.


As Program Chair, I would love to extend a warm and heart-felt shout out to those on the Programs Committee who have worked very hard and stepped up bravely to be a part of this committee and to make our vision for Programs and it’s new offerings a reality.   Many thanks to you Kay Axtel, Nancy Bean, Anne Marie Nantais, and Victoria Rouche! If you would like to join our team, we have room for one or two more! Please reach out to us at

Thank you so much Ladies, we couldn’t have done this without you!
Robin Nordmeyer, Program’s Chair.

RobinNordmeyerRobin Nordmeyer serves as chair of the Programs Committee.
Robin has been a Certified Parent to Parent Trainer for CHADD since 2008 and an ADHD Coach since 2011. She served as Special Events Chair for two consecutive years for the ICF Midwest Regional Conference, served as Programs Chair for two consecutive years with her ICF Minnesota Chapter and, with Katherine Jahnke, Co-Chaired the 2014 ACO Conference. Contact her at the ACO at, or privately at