Add Coach Training refers to the ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA), which is the an internationally recognized coach training program across several continents (North America, South America, Asia, Africa, and Europe).
What is ADD’s Specialty?
ADDCA is the first and only comprehensive training program for ADHD coaches. It is fully accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches (PAAC). The ADD Coach Academy offers high-quality coach training and proprietary coaching skills and knowledge for individuals interested in helping clients with ADHD
What Does ADD Coach Training Offer?
ADDCA initially offers a free introductory teleclass during which individuals can learn more about their programs. This video class provides a brief overview of what ADDCAA offers and can help you decide whether their training is right for you.
Basic Coach Training
This training program provides the basic coaching knowledge and skills needed by all types of coaches to help their clients. It also provides an introduction to coaching people with ADHD, a practical working understanding of ADHD, and an overview of the unique challenges faced by people with ADHD. This is where the essential skills for coaching and for coaching people with ADHD are taught.
Advanced ADHD Coach Training
This level of the ADD Coach Training provides the full spectrum of skills needed to coach all ages groups of people with ADHD. It combines an intellectual knowledge of ADHD, basic neuroscience, habit change, mindfulness, coaching conversation and questions, and positive psychology to help you become a coach who can truly find the desired outcomes for your clients.
ADHD Coaching – an Untapped Market
It is estimated that about 60 percent of the children with ADHD become adults with ADHD – most children don’t outgrow it. About 8 million adults have some form of ADHD – that’s about 4 percent of the population. Diagnoses among children increase each year – the largest increase is among girls and adult women (as a group, mothers show a large surge).
Coaching children with ADHD is a huge potential market – it is estimated, on average, that every classroom of 30 students has 1 to 3 children with ADHD. Almost half of those kids are noted to have severe ADHD. Teens also suffer from high rates of ADHD – about 3 to 5 percent, or nearly 2 million teens.
With this large numbers of young kids, teenagers, and adults suffering from ADHD, a huge untapped market exists – this is where ADD coaches training can fill a need.
Get Certified With ADDCA
Everyone who goes through the ADD Coach Training will learn coaching skills based on ICF coaching competencies. Students who complete the training with ADDCA are well prepared for the testing and credentialing process. They are well prepared to apply for ICF certification.
A certification will tell potential clients that you have trained and prepared for your job as a coach. It signifies that you have taken the time to learn the skills and knowledge necessary to help clients achieve their goals and find desirable outcomes. ADD Coach Training is world-renowned, accredited by the ICF, and provides the needed skills to succeed as an ADHD coach.
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