“I am amazed where my journey has taken me! I thought I would be a teacher for life but leaving education made me realize, I didn’t know what I didn’t know and finding my way to ADHD Coaching has opened my eyes to so much.
I feel like I am making a difference. I see it in my teen clients and in the voices and hearts of you, the parents. Some wonder if I only work with teens and the answer is NO. I have and continue to work with many adults who struggle in the same ways and help them lift that veil that suffocates them.
My business is somewhat bittersweet; Building a resource available to you, where you can find hope and yet, I see how many families are still struggling and trying to reach so many more.”
Judy works nationwide and even world wide, thanks to SKYPE and Google Hangout and is founder and ADD/ADHD Coach of ADHD CoachConnect LLC, in Columbus, Ohio. She earned both a B.S. and M.B.A from Ashland University along with an M.S. from Illinois State University. This education provided the groundwork for her to spend the last 15 years working side by side with middle and high school teens struggling with ADD, ADHD and related disabilities.
With her SAILS of STRENGTH™ proven process developed to educate parents, students and educators, she works with your teen and with adults to build strategies, all the while encouraging with positive support to the entire family: Rebuilding that self confidence to bring ease and success to each and every day.
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 is working on her own book for ADHD teens due out this year.
She has multiple speaking engagements, training workshops for schools and organizations throughout Ohio, while working one on one with those struggling. That is her passian.
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
Judy B.S., M.S., M.B.A., AAC