Years of teaching as an Intervention Specialist in the schools and working closely with teens bearing all kinds of challenges helped fuel my passion for building my business.
I provide support to TEENS/ ADULTS and FAMILIES, who are losing self- confidence, can’t seem to organize, manage time or keep track of their everyday life.
I offer hope and a positive coaching philosophy as a foundation. Then we individualize it, develop life changes and help empower you to reach your goals and embrace your diverse brain. I love seeing the changes in individuals as they unleash their superpowers.
Based out of Columbus, Ohio I can provide support locally or nationwide via SKYPE.
My education of a B.S. and M.B.A from Ashland University along with an M.S. from Illinois State University provided the groundwork for this chapter along with my AAC Coaching Certification from The ADD Coach Academy.
Judy has been one of the first to have earned the “Master Teacher” designation in the State of Ohio, and been instrumental in paving the way for children’s successes. She was the first Special Needs teacher in 2010-2011 to be selected by her peers as Teacher of the Year. She completed her ADHD coach training through the elite ADD Coaching Academy and is working towards her ACC certification with the International Coaching Federation.
A recent contributor to both Laurie Dupar’s “Inspirational Ways to Succeed with ADHD,” AND “Wacky Ways to Succeed With ADHD,” Judy has published her own book available now through Amazon (and linked to the front website page) that is a compilation of inspirational stories from my teen client: “My Little Book of Hope, Stories and Inspirations written by ADHD teens for ADHD teens.”
She has multiple speaking engagements, training workshops for schools and organizations throughout Ohio, while working one on one with those struggling.
Judy resides in Hilliard, OH (Columbus, OH area). She is a member of ADDA, CHADD and the ACO. ADHD CoachConnect has been featured in Business First Columbus, NBC4 Daytime Columbus, CityScene Magazine and featured on several broadcast releases.
“We can’t direct the wind but we can adjust the sails” Anonymous