From ADHD to Z: Expand Your Coaching to Better Serve Neurodiverse Clients
Presenter: Marianna Henry
Date: Friday, May 12th, 2023 at 12:00 PM MT
Fees: Chapter Reserve Member - Free, Community Associate - Free, Non-Member $25, Chapter Affiliate Member - $15
1. An understanding of neurodiversity and executive function and how they impact clients and coaching.
2. Simple coaching adjustments, strategies, and tools to support neurodiverse clients.
Marianna is an ICF Associate Certified Coach, Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, Certified MBTI and SII Practitioner, and Adjunct Instructor at Utah Valley University, where she has worked for nearly 14 years. She is a bilingual first-gen American; her family emigrated from Poland and settled in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Marianna founded MH Success Coaching in 2020, where she offers virtual, strengths-based ADHD, Academic, and Career support to teens and adults. She has completed 800+ hours of coaching in higher ed and her private practice. Last year, her presentation, "From Padawan to Jedi: How Coaching Helps Students Master Their Own Success," was awarded the NACADA Region 10 "Best of Region" designation and an invitation to present at the national conference. She is a graduate of JST Coaching & Training's "Coaching Teens & College Students with ADHD" program. She has a wonderful husband, four great kids, and two of the sweetest pets ever. Marianna has a particular interest in researching neurodiversity in all its forms and partnering with ADHD clients. Three of her four children and her partner were diagnosed with ADHD in the last few years, and many of her university students have ADHD and co-occurring conditions. As a result, she is trained and well-versed in neurodiversity, as well as executive function challenges and strategies. She is understanding, compassionate, and comfortable in this space, and excited to share this knowledge with you!
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