To make it easier to receive coaching for ADHD, I’ve researched coaches who provide telephone and virtual coaching for ADHD in Australia. In this article, you can learn more about Jodi Green, an ADHD coach and founder of ADHD iD, which is based in Melbourne.
ADHD Coaches don’t provide medical advice, and you should always consult a psychiatrist for diagnosis and treatment of ADHD. However, working with a coach like Jodi Green can help improve the lives of those with ADHD, their family members, coworkers and friends.
Jodi Green provides online and in-person coaching for families of children with ADHD and adults with ADHD. In addition to being certified as an ADHD coach by the IACT Center, Jodi holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce and Engineering from Monash University and a Graduate Diploma in Spiritual Direction from the University of Melbourne.
Jodi’s career as an ADHD coach began when her child was diagnosed with ADHD. She admits it was difficult as she knew very little about the condition at the time. Connecting with other parents through online forums helped her realise she wasn’t alone and she began to learn more about ADHD.
Seeking to help other families facing the same challenges, Jodi continued to study and received her certification as an ADHD coach. As an ADHD coach, Jodi develops tailored strategies that help those diagnosed with ADHD and their families find practical ways to manage their lives day-to-day.
In addition to her work with families and those diagnosed with ADHD, Jodi also works with schools, psychologists, psychiatrists, doctors, maternal health care nurses and other specialists
Jodi Green offers individual coaching sessions and coaching packages in-person, online and over the phone. To learn more about her services, please visit: ADHD-iD.com.au.