Creative, Knowledgeable, Experienced
Michael Carlini is an ADHD coach who works with high school through post doc students and adults with ADHD. Michael has over 500 hours of ADHD specific coaching experience. He is a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO), Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD), and a graduate of JST Coaching and Training's Empowering Students Through Coaching. Michael is an ICF Associate Certified Coach. Michael brings a wide array of skills and experiences to the job that will help any student with ADHD or difficulties with executive functioning. As a teacher, he found a great deal of success supporting his students with ADHD and other learning differences. Michael also has the unique experience of having gone through the trial and error process of how to best manage his own ADHD. During his academic career, he received several different types of interventions to help manage his ADHD, including ADHD coaching, psychotherapy, academic interventions, and help from his family. Michael is knowledgeable about ADHD and life coaching, and his own life experiences allow him to easily connect with and establish an open rapport with students who have ADHD.
Want to learn more about Michael's personal journey with ADHD? Check out this blog post.