Strategies for Coaching Children and Teens with ADHD

This program has been approved for 6 Category A Continuing Education Credits by the National Association of Social Workers, NH Chapter. Auth. #3496

An emergent body of research shows that coaching is more powerful in addressing symptoms of ADHD than other forms of support such as psychotherapy. Coaches are specifically trained to help children with ADHD learn to manage time, break down daunting tasks into manageable steps, keep themselves organized, think proactively, use mindfulness techniques, and learn to check their thinking/acting at intervals.

This workshop will define the difference and delineate the effective techniques unique to coaching children and teens with ADHD. The content of the coaching plan is contrasted and merged with the process of coaching throughout the workshop. This is an experiential workshop where you will work with one another to learn and practice ADHD coaching strategies.

Instructor Bios


Strategies for Coaching Children and Teens with ADHD

  • Hannah Mariotti

    Hannah Mariotti

    Hannah Mariotti is a licensed mental health counselor with over 20 years of experience in education and mental health care. As a counselor, she has held positions in hospitals, health services and private practice. Hannah has worked in both traditional independent and therapeutic schools with students from kindergarten to 12th grade. Her areas of expertise include: learning and the brain, anxiety/depression, attachment and trauma, autism spectrum issues, social/emotional learning and mindfulness. Currently, Hannah works as a school counselor on the New Hamphire seacoast, teaches at Granite State College and is a co-owner and practitioner at Beacon Coaching & Consulting. She has a master’s degree in counseling.

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