Helping ADHD Families Thrive


When one person in a family has ADHD...
everyone is impacted.  

Families where just one person has ADHD tend to experience the following:

  • More conflict

  • Less family togetherness

  • Higher rates of divorce and depression when compared to other families

It doesn't have to be this way, YOU can make a difference.

This WORKSHOP is for you if ...

  • You're an ADHD coach or a coach-in-training passionate about making a positive difference in how families thrive with ADHD.

  • You want to learn how to work with families, young children, teens, young adults, and parents struggling with the challenges of ADHD.

  • You want to help families with ADHD thrive without wasting time reinventing the wheel by creating your forms, tools, and resources.

"In this course, you benefit from my 30+ years of personal and professional experience coaching ADHD families!"  

~ Laurie Dupar

  • A comprehensive understanding of ADHD family systems and dynamics

  • Knowledge of ADHD behavior and symptoms across the lifespan

  • Information about diagnosing, treatment, and co-existing conditions of children with ADD/ADHD, including executive functioning

  • The impact of growth and emotional development of complex kids with ADHD in the family

  • How to address the added stress for brothers and sisters when they have a sibling with ADHD

  • Strategies for how to support ADHD families and your role as a coach when working with healthcare, educational and other support professionals

  • Special student issues such as 504, IEPs, homework, bedtime, and getting out of the house
  • What to do when the student is your client, and the parent is paying the bill

  • How to develop trust with students from the moment you meet so you avoid the dreaded “I don’t knows.”

  • Setting and keeping clear boundaries when working with families with ADHD

  • Accountability tactics specifically for ADHD kids

  • How to get parents on the same page so everyone benefits

  • The business coaching agreements, tools, and resources specific to working with underage clients

  • How to set up your coaching practice to be ADHD family-friendly

  • And much more...!
Meet Laurie Dupar

Laurie Dupar is a trained Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, 20-year veteran ADHD Life Coach™, Founder and Director of the International ADHD Coach Training Center™ (iACTcenter™). She uses her unparalleled expertise in the neuroscience and behavior management of ADHD to help children, students, young adults, families, and seniors with ADHD thrive.

Throughout her career, she has facilitated family well-being programs such as PEPS (Program for Early Parent Support) in Seattle, WA. As an adjunct professor in the Parent and Child Development Program at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington, USA. And has raised four children (all successfully launched) of her own, three with ADHD.

In 2015 she founded the International ADHD Coach Training Center, an International Coaching Federation (ICF) approved training program where she trains and mentors emerging ADHD life coaches to reach their dream of making a living while making a

Laurie is the co-author and editor of the #1 Amazon bestseller series, the ADHD Awareness Book Project, which includes titles such as 365 Ways to Succeed with ADHD, Inspirational Ways to Succeed with ADHD, and Wacky Ways to Succeed with ADHD. She's a sought-after speaker and presenter on ADHD, coaching, and entrepreneurship.

Ready to expand to students and parents?

 This workshop will help you broaden your ADHD coaching skill set.

You will take away: 

  • 6 hours of recorded video training and immediate access to the handouts, audio, and confidence to expand your coaching to include working with ADHD families, parents, and students.

  • Upon completion, coaches can obtain 6 Resource Development CCEs from the ICF 

ONLY $227

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