The Hallowell Centers, ADHD, Executive Function, and Entrepreneurial Coaching in person or via Skype. Boston MetroWest, MA, San Francisco, CA, New York, NY, Seattle, WA; See their websites for specific details about what each center offers as well as contact information.
ADHD Coaches.org, the ADHD Coaches Association (ACO) provides a good list of professional ADHD coaches.
A.D.D. Resource Center, New York, NY. Harold Meyer, Executive Director & Senior Credentialed ADHD Coach. Coaching – Adults, Adolescents & Couples, Parenting Classes, Educational Advocacy. Since 1992. Contact: www.addrc.org, [email protected] 646-205-8080.
ADDA - ADD Coach Academy directory - coaches listed in the directory have successfully completed the ADD Coach Academy's high standards of ADHD coach training
Kerin Bellak-Adams, Englewood, NJ, in-person/phone, ICF-certified, Specialties: Anxiety, Central Auditory Processing Disorder. Works w/ professionals, & students (including drop-outs). Author of www.reachbeyondADD.com or [email protected]
Jen Zobel Bieber, LLC, New York, NY and nationally by phone. Specializes in adults and young adults with ADHD. Provides a practical, action-orieted approach, including tools for organizing and simplifying, since 2004. Affiliated with the NY Hallowell Center. Took our therapist seminar. Go to this link.
Kay Cannon, MCC, United States, Canada and Europe by phone and in-person, Specialities: Executive leadership consulting and coaching for ADHD CEOs, executives, entrepreneurs and professionals. In practice since 1999, Affiliations: International Coach Federation, Took our therapist course. Contact: www.kaycannon.com; [email protected]; 859-266-2436
Jeff Copper, MBA, PCC, PCAC, CPCC, ACG, is an attention coach and expert on attention issues. Founder of DIG Coaching Practice and host and founder of Attention Talk Radio and Attention Talk Video, Jeff coaches individuals and entrepreneurs with ADD/ADHD symptoms who are seeking personal and business results. Contact at [email protected] or call 762-ADD-ADHD (233-2343).
Jill Corvelli, MA, MS, LPC Reg Intern, CADC, CGAC, PhD Doctoral Candidate, is an Acceptance & Commitment Therapist and Coach offering both counseling and coaching support for individuals with Adult ADHD and partners in ADHD-impacted relationships. In Portland, OR she offers quarterly Journeys. She also offers 8 week couples 'Expeditions' and nationally she offers 10-week peer coaching groups. jillcorvelli.com
Nan Daley, CPCC, Scituate, MA and nationally by phone. Specializes in coaching adults with ADHD and ADHD-related concerns. Gestalt trained to look at the whole person; coaches skills and strategies consistent with one's unique values and strengths. Special focus area working with writers. In practice since 2004. Took our therapists seminar. Contact: 781 264-2206
Dale Davison, M.SpEd. PCC, Board Certified Coach, Certified Mentor Coach, ACAC, Chicago, IL. Specializes in the Impact of ADHD Across the Lifespan. In practice since 2009. Affiliations: CHADD, ACO, ADDA, Edge Foundation. Took our therapists seminar. Contact:ph:847-920-8076, [email protected], www.dale-davison.com
Casey Dixon, PCC, BCC, SCAC, M.S.Ed., Skype or FaceTime from anywhere, Specializes in science-based, innovative, collaborative coaching for attorneys, professors, and successful, demand-ridden professionals with ADHD. She founded Dixon Life Coaching in 2005. Contact: [email protected].
ImpactADHD - (Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster) founded ImpactADHD® and developed the Coach-Approach to parenting to give the parent the tools you need to manage ADD/ADHD and help your children thrive.
Laurette Fine-Genest, RN, Newton, MA or by phone or Skype. Works with teens, kids and adults with Asperger's, ADHD, social skills and executive function issues. Took our therapist seminar. More info at this link or call 617-332-5476.
Career Ventures, Andrew Brown, MEd, LMHC, Boston, MA. Brown specializes in helping adults with ADHD pursue fulfilling careers and make career transitions. He can be reached through his website, or at 617-263-7744.
Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M., ACAC, New York and Nationwide, ADHD Coaching and Support for Parents and Educators. Author of 8 Keys for Parenting Children with ADHD, creator of Calm and Connected: Parenting Children with ADHD© workshop series. Contact: [email protected], www.PTScoaching.com.
Cameron Gott, Charlottesville, VA and nationally by phone, ADHD Coaching for Professionals and Small Business Owners, Work/Life Balance and Follow-through. In Practice since 2000. Mentor Coach, Tele-Class Leader with ADD Coach Academy. Affiliations: International Coach Federation: Professional Certified Coach; CHADD: professional member; ADHD Coaches Organization: member. Contact: [email protected], 434 409-3603
Alison Kravit, Psy.D., AAC, Mequon, WI, local, and nationally by phone. Alison has both psychology and ADHD coaching degrees, so provides a wide range of support.
Katherine McGavern, Princeton, NJ (and nationally by phone), ADHD coaching for college students and adults, mothers, couples. In practice since 2005. Affiliations: CHADD: certified Parent to Parent teacher; founding member, CHADD Mercer County; editorial Advisory board member Chadd's Attention Magazine. Took our therapist course. Contact: [email protected]. 609 921-3266
Sandy Maynard, MS, Chelsea, MA and nationally by Skype. Sandy is a leading coach who helped develop the ADD coaching guidelines. She has helped adults with ADHD lead happier, healthier, more organized lives for over 20 years. [email protected] and 202-486-8901
Harold (Hal) Meyer, MBA, SCAC, New York, NY., Hal has been coaching ADHD adults for many years and is also the Executive Director of The ADD Resource Center in NYC so is on top of what is going on in the world of ADHD. He can be reached at [email protected] and 646 205-8080.
Kirsten Milliken, PhD, PCC Maine and International via Skype, Psychologist and ADHD Coach. Coaching for teens and adults who are highly motivated and challenged to reach their potential. Specializing in making the management of ADHD fun! Author of PlayDHD. [email protected], www.youradhdlife.com
Kimber Nelson, ACC, CPC, Las Vegas, NV (nationally by phone/video conference) Non-ADHD Partner Coach, ADHD Coach & Student Academic Success Coach trainer on the faculty of JST Coaching & Training. Author of ADHD Partners: The Path to Embracing Life and Awakening Personal Power and published in the ADHD Report. Contact: www.ADHDPartners.com or [email protected]
Peggy Ramundo, BS, ACT and others by phone. Co-author of You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?! Peggy has been focused on coaching people with ADHD for more than 10 years and works with a number of other like-minded coaches. More info at this link.
Nancy Ratey, Ed.M., MCC, SCW - Strategic Life Coach, Wellesley, MA and by phone. Author of The Disorganized Mind. Works primarily with professionals. More info at this link.
Matt Reid, ACC, AACC. Certified ADHD Coach & Life Coach, Professional Organizer, Executive Function Specialist & Speaker. Matt specializes in practical strategies & behavioral change; organization & time management; and dealing with accompanying depression and anxiety. He works with adults of all ages and sees clients in his Milton MA office or virtually. He visits clients' homes/offices for organizing work. TheInPlace.net; - [email protected] - 617.898.0302 (Email preferred.)
Linda Roggli, PCC, Durham, NC coaches ADHD couples who are ready to throw in the towel back to recommitment and tenderness. She and her husband Victor offer couples VIP weekend retreats for intensive relationship repair. Professionally-trained, vice-president of ADDA, ADHD webinar expert, adult support group. 10 years ADHD coaching experience. 919-309-9300, [email protected] or www.addiva.net/couples
Robin Roman Wright, M.A., BCC, Andover, MA and Nationwide, ADHD and Career Coaching for Teens and Young Adults with expertise in ADHD. Co-author of, “Transform Interests Into Jobs, A Career Practitioner’s Guide,” Professional Workshops/ Webinars for Career Coaches/ Counselors. [email protected] , www.youthleadershipcareers.com.
Lynn Miner-Rosen, M.Ed., ACC, CDCS. Boca Raton, FL and nationwide.ICF Certified ADD/ADHD/Executive Function Coach, certified Career Development Coach and Life Coach. Her specialty is working with college students and young adults on career choice and job search. Lynn has been coaching professionally since 2012 and was a NY special education teacher for 12 years, and in the corporate world for 15 years. Contact: 800-426-3912. www.LMRCoaching.com, [email protected]
Leslie Rouder, LCSW, Cht. ADD Coach and licensed therapist working with individuals, couples and groups. Works as a trainer, speaker and consultant to universities on Disability Services and specializes in adult ADHD in her private practice. Leslie holds numerous certifications and trainings on ADHD including ADD in 2005 with Drs. Hallowell and Ratey. In private practice since 2000. Took our therapists seminar. www.ADDadults.net.
Carlyn Saltman, Relationship Coaching Institute licensed affiliate; Amherst and Greenfield, MA, by phone, and Skype. Communication and relationship coaching since 2004 with optional Video Mirror Feedback®, an approach she researched and developed that uses psychosynthesis, conscious communication, mindfulness and more. Took our therapist seminar. More information here.
Michelle Silbert, CPCC, MSW, Boston area and nationally by phone. Ignite Your Sparks! Holistic Coaching. Strengths-based couples coaching using compassionate communication & interpersonal mediation (NVC), goal-setting & productivity coaching, and career coaching for young adults launching a 1st career or adults looking to make a career shift. 30-minute complimentary consult to see if coaching with me is a good match for you. www.igniteyoursparks.com or email [email protected]
Nancy Snell, Certified Professional Business ADD Coach. New York, NY and by phone. More info at this link. Phone: 212-517-6488.
Sharon Stewart, M.A., MFT, by phone. Specializes in coaching individuals of all ages and families at all stages. Licensed MFT since 1991. Uses a practical collaborative approach, encourages clients to recognize and grow strengths. Took our therapist seminar. 214-223-5882 or [email protected].
Kathy Sussell, NYU CPC, is an ADHD coach in Brooklyn, NY. She helps teens, college students and adults with time management, planning and prioritizing, getting started with and finishing tasks, organizing paper and objects and improving social skills. Kathy is the organizer of the Brooklyn ADHD Women’s Meetup Group. www.bravolifecoaching.com, [email protected]
Caroline Totah, RN, ACC, COC® and CPO® Productivity coach and professional organizer for adults with ADHD and executive function challenges. Strengths-based, holistic approaches. Onsite services for clients in their homes and workspaces in the San Francisco Bay Area, and phone coaching world-wide. www.CarolineTotah.com, [email protected], 650-733-7050.
Pete Quily, certified coach, Vancouver, Canada and by phone. More info at this link.
Bruce Sandy, M.P.A.(H.S.A.), CPCC, PACG, PCC, Greater Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Coaching and relationship consulting for adults, couples and partners (both personal and professional) with ADHD as well as related business, career, financial, sexual, sexuality and spiritual issues. Took our therapist seminar. 866-461-8789; [email protected]; www.brucesandy.com.
Rose Steele, RN, PhD, Toronto, ON, Canada. Coaching for adults with ADD/ADHD, and spouses/partners, friends, and coworkers. Took our therapist seminar. Website: www.adultaddcoaching.ca
CADDAC - Center for ADHD Awareness, Canada
Kathy Doherty, London, Brighton, Individual and couples ADHD counseling. www.karendohertycoaching.co.uk
ADHD Organizing Professionals
The National Association of Professional Organizers - lists organization coaches, but not necessarily for ADHD
ADHD Support Groups
CHADD.org - one way to find a local support group, as well as background information. We also recommend finding your local chapter as they may have specific information about specialists in their area.
Manhattan Adult ADD Support Group - very active support group offers speakers, meetings and info about trials and events in NYC at this link.
North Central Community Collaborative, and North Central Connecticut Community Collaborative Family Support Group - North Central Connecticut. Group leaders are therapists, social workers , providers - helping parents of children or spouses with ADHD. Doriana M. Vicedomini, Chair, took our therapist seminar. Groups established in 2005. Contact: (860) 668-5228 or (504) 259-4327 or [email protected]
Limited financial means? Contact Healthwatch to see if there are clinical trials going on which you can join. If you can join a clinical ADD trial then the evaluation is free.
Find or Start an ADHD Support Group - Can't find an ADHD support group in your area? Follow these steps to start your own support group for adults with ADHD and parents of children with ADHD. Learn more at ADDitudemag.com.
PsychologyToday.com – Psychology Today keeps a large list of providers that is helpful because it is sortable by zip code, specialty and health plan. Look for specialists who say they diagnose ADHD, who practice CBT or in some other way indicate that they have more than a “passing interest” in ADHD. When you call them, find out what proportion of their practice is devoted to ADHD.
GoodTherapy.org – this website has a lot of information about choosing a therapist as well as an extensive list of therapists that can be sorted geographically and by specialty. Note that to find an ADHD therapist you have to go into “Advanced Search” and choose “Inattention…ADHD” Like the PsychologyToday resource, you’ll want to make contact to verify that the person has a specialty in ADHD.
Google – You may find someone by Googling ‘adult ADHD’ or ‘ADHD couples’ and your location.
Social Media - There are several ADHD pages in Facebook and Twitter, plus many groups. This Facebook Group is for those with an ADHD spouse, written in English and Spanish.
*To reiterate: We cannot and do not know what sort of experience you will have with the professionals listed here, and offer no guarantees that you will have any specific outcome with them. We offer this list of suggested professionals only as a service to the many adults who contact us asking for further information about professionals who know about adult ADHD and its impact on relationships.