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Recommended Reading List

  • Cooper-Kahn, Joyce & Dietzel, Laurie. Late, Lost and Unprepared. A Parents Guide to Helping Children with Executive Functioning. 2008
  • Dawson, Peg & Guare, Richard. Smart but Scattered. 2009
  • Goldberg, Donna. The Organized Student. Teaching Children the Skills for Success in School and Beyond. 2005
  • Kutscher, Martin & Moran, Marcella. Organizing the Disorganized Child. 2009
  • Monastra, Vincent. Parenting Children with ADHD. 2005
  • Nadeau & Quinn. Understanding Girls with ADHD. 1999
  • Weiss, Sharon. From Chaos to Calm: Effective Parenting of Challenging Children with ADHD and Other Behavior Problems. 2001
  • Hallowell, Edward M. & Ratey, John J. Delivered from Distraction. 2005
  • Freed Jeffrey, & Parsons, Laurie. Right-Brained Children in a Left-Brained World. 1997
  • Hoopman, Kathy. All Dogs have ADHD. 2009
  • Alexander-Roberts, Colleen. ADHD & Teens. 1995
  • Vincent, Annick. My Brain Needs Glasses. 2010
  • Levine, Mel. Ready or Not, Here Life Comes. 2005
  • Sleeper-Triplett, Jodi. Empowering Youth with ADHD. 2010
  • Greene, Ross. Lost at School. 2008
  • Bertin, Mark. The Family ADHD Solution. 2011
  • Honos-Webb, Lara. The ADHD Workbook for Teens. 2010
  • Honos-Webb, Lara. The Executive Functioning Workbook for Teens. 2013
  • Branstetter, Rebecca. The Everything Parents Guide to Children with Executive Functioning Disorder. 2014

 

 

 

 

 

heartWhat the ADHD Experts Say about Coaching for ADHD

We recommend that you hire an ADD coach to assist you in the process. Get yourself a coach to help you stay on track- Kate Kelly and Peggy Ramundo. Authors of You Mean I’m Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?!
Coaching, it turns out, is one of the most powerful and effective ways for people with ADHD to achieve success.- Thom Hartmann. Writer of 7 books on ADHD who has ADHD.
Coaching is the single most effective tool in ADD self-management.- Dr. Edward M. Hallowell, M.D. Author of several books on ADHD who has ADHD
Coaching intervention can make a real difference in how people with AD/HD negotiate their own particular deficits and cope with life on a daily basis- ADDA - Attention Deficit Disorder Association

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The name "Take Flight Coaching" was inspired by travel as a metaphor for living. Travel encourages and expands skills and qualities such as exploration, discovery, self-reliance, recognizing strengths, planning, awareness, and an overall openness to following what might be a completely foreign path in order to get where one wants to go.

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