The ADD Coach Academy has provided a real service by offering criteria to help you know how to choose among people who call themselves “ADHD Coaches.” There are standards of training and credentialing that should be expected from someone describing themselves in that way. Unfortunately, there are no regulations that prevent unqualified individuals from telling you they are ADHD coaches, so ADDCA’s four brief blog posts will help you know what to look for and what questions to ask a potential coach.

Here are the links to the four articles:

http://addca.com/adhd-coach-training/ADHD-Blog-Details/adhd_coaches_and_their_training_are_not_created_equal/

http://addca.com/adhd-coach-training/ADHD-Blog-Details/the_preeminent_governing_bodies_of_professional_coaching_and_what_they_do/

http://addca.com/adhd-coach-training/ADHD-Blog-Details/the_importance_of_certification_for_life_and_adhd_coaches/

http://addca.com/adhd-coach-training/ADHD-Blog-Details/how_are_certification_credentialing_accreditation_different/ 

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