‘What to Do with Suspicions that It’s NOT ADHD:
The Role of Comorbid Conditions in Coaching Adults with ADHD’

This ACCE sponsored class is an advanced ADHD education course taught by Peggy Laneri, PhD, CPC, both an ADHD Coach and a Psychologist. The five-week, five hour course, designed specifically for ACCE, will teach coaches to understand how to recognize and handle suspicions of things that are not ADHD – Anxiety, Depression, BiPolar and Aspergers. Dr. Laneri will provide specific information about these disorders and symptoms and how to talk to a client who is experiencing these disorders.

ACCE (pronounced ace) begins March 9, 2010 lasting for five weeks for an hour each meeting at 12:00-1:00 pm EST. The ACCE program provides opportunities for coaches to learn up-to-date information and groundbreaking skills from top experts. It was developed as part of the ACO’s commitment to continuing education in coaching. Life Coaches, Business Coaches and others in our industry are looking to us for guidance. Through the ACCE program the ACO will strive to provide all coaches with continuing education relevant to the field of ADHD Coaching.

Dr. Laneri’s clients say:

“Dr. Laneri is such an insightful individual. She has offered me enormous inspiration and guidance which has helped me to move forward in my life. Her coaching abilities combined with her therapeutic skills are an incredible, winning combination. She has helped me more than one could imagine and I’m eternally grateful to have met her and have had the chance to work with her.”
- Angela Wilcox, Principal, AMW Marketing

“. . . . A topnotch and proven performer, in both private/public practice as well as having completed a superb Military career, her impressive list of accomplishments and well grounded experience make her the ideal resource to guide and assist you in reaching your full potential.”
- Anthony J. Scolpino, Captain, US Navy

To register for Dr. Laneri’s ACCE, go here.

The fee is $175 for ACO Members and $225 for non-members. The ICF has approved the course for five credits.

For more information about this ACCE program:
Contact: Joyce Kubik
Phone: (440) 933-8309