• “The most valuable part of the training was learning the many steps it takes to finding the right career. We were given so many practical and easy to use tools to use with our clients.” Melissa Rutherford
  • “Thanks to you two for an extremely valuable experience!” Dennis LaMountain
  • “Wilma and Victoria presented the information in a structured and organized manner, making it easily digestible. They are excellent coaching models and really took the time to give examples and make it apparent how these tools fit into a career coaching practice. The other participants were also very knowledgable and added a lot to the value of the class.”  Kirsten Milliken
  • “The most valuable part of the CSS training was the process, the forms, and resources sited in the book. I personally like the one stop shop of this information all contained in Wilma’s book. It’s methodically laid out so each tool you use in the book adds a puzzle piece where you end up with a detailed picture of the client and a roadmap of possibilities. This makes for a very efficient use of my time and the client’s. Wilma and Victoria reviewed it all thoroughly.”  Lee Rozycki
  • “The first major “Ah-ha” (for me) is that career coaching for people with disabilities, including ADHD, is not so very different from coaching someone without a disability. The second is how powerful the CSS approach is-for the coach! I feel empowered and confident that I can guide my clients in this exciting process of discovery toward a career of their dreams.”  Lisa Joy Tuttle
  • “It is critical to focus on the client’s strengths as much as possible. The client will be focusing on these strengths in a job interview, so the coach’s job is to help the client see them first. A client with ADHD may torpedo herself in a job interview by failing to wait for the interviewer to speak. What seems to the client like showing how much she knows about the job and how qualified for it she is may, to the interviewer, seem like self-absorbed rambling. It is really critical to role-play interviewing and, ideally, to tape (or videotape, if possible) and listen so that coach and client can identify areas that need improvement. The changes, like uncrossing your arms or pausing to see what the other has to say, may be very easy to make once identified.”  Dorothy Bisbee
  • “I love the sentence from the book: “A career that works for you would be one in which most of the tasks of the job feel as though you are writing with your dominant hand.” The above struck home for me; Careers should energize & nurture us, not cause struggle or burnout.”  Susan Tabnick
  • ” Both of the instructors did a thorough job presenting a very detailed and workable plan to take a client from “I need a job” to “I love my job.” Kim Smith-Kidd
  • “I utilized the tools (from class) to empower my clients to believe in their strengths and understand their challenges during difficult times thus, giving themselves permission to forgive themselves and move forward.”  Jill Linkoff
  • “The information was presented with action in mind. Each session provided tools and resources ready to use. These tools tied directly into the topics covered that week. I knew what I would/could do at the end of each session. The information was very clear and thoroughly covered. The question and answer part of each class allowed us to bring in our particular client cases and get further clarification on what was presented in class. The entire program was directed toward the ADHD client! At the end of the class the instructors remind us that they are available to us in the future for discussion and advice. This is a true gift.”  Elizabeth Paparo
  • “Wilma and Victoria presented the information in a structured and organized manner, making it easily digestible. They are excellent coaching models and really took the time to give examples and make it apparent how these tools fit into a career coaching practice. The other participants were also very knowledgable and added a lot to the value of the class.”  Kirsten Milliken
  • “The textbook was fantastic and a very useful tool for use with clients. The instructors experience was helpful in discussing real life scenarios and situations. I left the class with a wealth of knowledge and many practical tools and strategies to use with clients. Thank you!”  Christina Fabrey
  • “This process provided a very user friendly template that I can take and utilize with clients in a manner that will allow me to customize a program tailored to the individual. I believe there is a huge need for ADHD coaches to have the process and the resources to assist our clients.”  Kay Axtell
  • “I absolutely loved the material and the training, which well surpassed my high expectations. Wilma and Vicki truly are the leading experts in this field. I can highly recommend this training course to any coach interested in hands-on material and training to use with clients with or without ADHD.”  Charlotte Hjorth