AD/HD Coaching

Val’s AD/HD Coaching Slideshow

Respected organizations and individuals, including the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (CHADD), Dr. Russell Barkley (ADHD: A Handbook for Diagnosis and Treatment), and Dr. Edward Hallowell (Driven to Distraction & Delivered From Distraction) have endorsed Coaching as a vital missing link for achieving success.

“In the midst of all the chaos swirling through your brain, all the disorganization and impulsiveness, the condition (ADHD) also seems to trigger a certain kind of creativity.”David Neeleman, 
CEO of JetBlue

Famous people known to have, or have had, ADHD/ADD:

Architect 
Frank Lloyd Wright

Artists
 Salvador Dali
Pablo Picasso
Vincent Van Gogh

Athletes
 Terry Bradshaw
Michael Phelps
Pete Rose
Nolan Ryan
Michael Jordan
Jason Kidd

Authors
 Charlotte and Emily Bronte
Samuel Clemens
Emily Dickenson
Edgar Allan Poe
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Robert Frost
George Bernard Shaw
Henry David Thoreau
Leo Tolstoy
Tennessee Williams
Virginia Woolf
William Butler Yeats

Composer
 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders 
Andrew Carnegie
Malcolm Forbes
Henry Ford
Bill Gates
David Neeleman
Paul Orfalea
Ted Turner

Explorers
 Christopher Columbus
Lewis and Clark

Entertainers
 Ann Bancroft
Jim Carrey
Steve McQueen
Jack Nicholson
Ty Pennington
Elvis Presley
Evil and Robbie Knievel
Sylvester Stallone
Robin Williams
Wright Brothers

Inventors 
Alexander Graham Bell
Thomas Edison
Benjamin Franklin

Photographer
 Ansel Adams

Physicist 
Albert Einstein

Political Figures
 James Carville
John F. Kennedy

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