My qualifications are as follows:

Certified Master Coach (BCI)

Certified ADHD Coach (AACC)

Certified Career Services Provider (CCSP) 

Solution-focused Coaching practitioner 

Cognitive Behavioral Coach (CBC) practitioner 

30+ years of business and coaching experience

Master of Science degree in organizational psychology from the University of Hartford, Connecticut 

Bachelor of Science degree in business and psychology from Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts. 

Graduate of International Coach Federation (ICF) ADHD sanctioned coaching specialization program through the ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA) 

Executive Function Coach for Abby Kelley Charter School, Worcester, MA

Member of the following organizations:

International Coaching Federation (ICF)

ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO)

Children and Adults with ADHD (CHADD)

Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA)

I understand what it is like to coach and care for someone with a neurodevelopmental condition. My son Patrick, now 24, was diagnosed with a neurodevelopmental disorder at age 9. When my son was diagnosed, there were very limited services available so I researched and coached my son to enhance and reinforce his skills, interests (areas of focus) and abilities. In addition, I coached him in areas that were challenging for him such as social skills, inattentiveness, impulsivity, planning, organizing and strategies for him to regulate his emotions. I am very proud that my son graduated college with a Bachelor’s degree and a 3.9 grade point average. In addition, he has written and published a fantasy fiction book and produced and composed three piano albums.

Due to my coaching work with my son, I decided to listen to my true calling and pursue professional coaching as a career. My coaching specialty is in assisting adults diagnosed with ADHD.