Academic Success Coach Training

I am honored to be a member of the faculty at JST Coaching & Training, an amazing Student Coach training organization led by the Jodi Sleeper-Triplett. Jodi Sleeper-Triplett is the pioneer of Student Coaching and an expert in ADHD, Executive Function Coaching. JST Coaching & Training's high quality training courses provides you the tools to work with all Students PLUS the advanced knowledge and skills to support Students with Executive Function challenges and/or ADHD.

You will find that students will often shy away from being officially diagnosed or their challenges do not quite meet the criteria for a diagnosis of ADHD. Regardless of diagnosis, the struggle is very real and you will be prepared to recognize and effectively support executive function challenges with the strategies learned in JST Student Coach Training. (Customized student coach training groups are available in Las Vegas, Nevada)​ 

​Academic Success and ICF approved core coach training courses ​available:

​Empowering Students Through Coaching

​Coaching Teens & College Students with ADHD

​Customized Training for Colleges & Universities

​This virtual training provides ​core life coach training focused skills and strategies for successful coaching of students – children, teens & college – ages 8 – ​adult learners.  

We provide a solid background in ADHD and executive functioning, common in many of the students seeking out coaching. Get Details

​Learn the skills and strategies for successful coaching of teens & college students with ADHD/EF and their families in this research based training. Get Details

Both in-person and virtual training available. Coaching Teens and College Students with ADHD is taught in English, Spanish, Italian and Turkish.

​Academic Success Coaching for Higher Education. ​Get Details

Take advantage of our many years of coaching at-risk students with learning challenges stemming from ADHD, executive functioning deficits or adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), as well as skills for coaching first- generation students and older students, including veterans, transitioning into post-secondary education.

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