Serving Pro Bono Coaching Clients While Keeping it Professional

For many new coaches, the focus is on getting coaching experience… period.  We want to use our skills, perfect them, become confident and accrue the required hours to apply for certification and credentialing An option emerging coaches often take is to agree to coach clients without charging for their services. This is what we call…

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The Beautiful Brain:  Celebrating the Differences, Diversity and Divinity of the ADHD Brain

There was once a man who had never seen an eagle. One day a magnificent eagle landed on his windowsill, and when he saw it, he exclaimed, “What an ugly creature!” The man grabbed the eagle and pulled it into his house. “First, I’m going to fix that curved beak of yours.” He used a…

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What I Love About Being an ADHD Coach

“Rewarding to help others find and live in their sweet spot.” The best part of being an ADHD coach is getting to work with smart interesting people who have a great deal of potential just waiting to be unleashed in to the world. I like supporting such people as they hone in on their dreams…

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Don’t Get Distracted by the Name Game

It’s easy to get caught up in the name game and spend too much time worrying about coming up with the perfect domain and business name. As a quick reality check, don’t expect your domain name to be so amazing that just seeing it will inspire a prospective client to grab the phone and call…

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How ADHD Medications Work

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ADHD is a medical condition where the brain is not producing enough of the neurotransmitter Dopamine. The brain is no different than other organs of our body, such as our heart, lungs, kidneys or pancreas. In fact a good analogy to help understand how ADHD medications work is similar to how insulin helps someone with…

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An ADHD Story

Hi! And welcome to the IACTCenter website.  I am glad you are here. Let me tell you a little about my story. Nearly fifteen years ago, I was a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner by day and the mother of a seven-year-old son newly diagnosed with ADHD by night. Despite my experience and education in…

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