Founder of ADHD Youth Coaching Movement to Speak on Nov. 1
Premiere Coach Trainer Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, founder of the movement for ADHD coaching for youth, will present seminar on "ADHD Coaching Strategies for Parents" from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 1, in Room 348A at the George Washington Middle School Campus. The Anne R. Lipnick Special Education Family Resource Center and Alexandria City Public Schools Office of Special Education Services are sponsoring the event, which will include a free book for each participant.
As the creator of the ADHD youth coaching model used as the basis for a groundbreaking two-year coaching research study, Sleeper-Triplett is seen by many of her peers as the foremost expert in the field of ADHD coaching for youth. Sleeper-Triplett is the president of JST Coaching LLC, a premiere coach training and coaching company. She developed the first training courses focused on coaching youth with ADHD, now offered in English, Spanish and Turkish. Her first book, "Empowering Youth With ADHD," is available online and in bookstores.
Sleeper-Triplett completed her coach training with the Coaches Training Institute, Success Unlimited Network and the American Coaching Association. She graduated from the unique BDIC Program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in human services/mental health. She is a long-standing volunteer for CHADD at the national, regional, and local levels. For more information, visit the JST Coaching website.
To RSVP, or for more information, please contact Mónica Sanjur at 703-824-0129. View fliers, posted in English y en Español