6 CE Clock Hours
Elle O’Flaherty, JD, PCC, CCSP, CPCC, CDCS, CPRW
Summary: At least 14.5 million adults in the U.S. and 224 million globally are ADHD affected. ADHD is a unique brain wiring that comes with incredible strengths and its own challenges. Without proper support tailored to this kind of brain, adult ADHD can impact relationships, work or school performance, self-esteem, and emotional regulation, among other areas.
Using tools and methods built for neurotypical clients can make it much more difficult to help these unique clients thrive. In this seminar series you will learn the fundamentals of ADHD, gain new systems and tools for working with ADHD clients, and understand the kind of career paths that bring satisfaction to the ADHD worker. The practical and specific strategies you will learn from your instructor will help you work with your ADHD clients to facilitate a successful career.
For each session there are pre-readings, podcasts, videos and other resources that will formulate and enhance the key points of the seminar. Please complete the readings and other materials prior to listening to the instructor’s presentation along with learning the concepts and strategies presented by your instructor.
- Gain an understanding of ADHD and how it impacts clients’ careers.
- Learn the best practices in working with ADHD clients and tools suited to their unique brain wiring.
- Understand the kinds of careers that work for ADHD clients and how best to provide guidance on their career paths.
Session 1: ADHD and Client Challenges
Session 2: The ADHD Client, Career Development, and the Job
Session 3: Essential Approaches for Working with the ADHD Client