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November, 2021

Member of Springer Institute and colleagues Roxanne FoucheMarybeth Missenda, and Tamara Rosier present a poster session at the ADHD Professionals Institute of the 2021 Virtual International Conference on ADHD. CHAAD, virtual conference called “Interprofessional Communication in ADHD Coaching: A Qualitative Exploration.” An article on this study was previously published in the International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring. This article is available open access and free of charge here


October, 2021

In a busy month for Springer Institute:

Liz Ahmann, Research Director of Springer Institute, and Micah Saviet, Director of Springer Institute present for the second year in a row at the virtual ADHD EdCamp 2021. Their presentation is titled “Mindfulness & ADHD: A Useful Combination!”. You can view their presentation here.

Ahmann and Saviet also present on Mindfulness and ADHD for the Chicago Area CHADD Group.

Saviet presents as a content expert on ADHD and Digital Tools for the OneMind PsyberGuideDigital Drop-In event focused on Neurodiversity.


September, 2021

Liz Ahmann, Research Director of Springer Institute, and Micah Saviet, Director of Springer Institute, publish an article titled “ADHD Coaching: Evolution of the Field” in Dr. Russel Barkley’s The ADHD Report which provides a comprehensive overview of ADHD coaching for the journal’s readers. The authors provide a description of ADHD coaching; explain the coaching process and identify theoretical frameworks supporting it; and summarize both relevant outcomes and process research. In providing an in-depth picture of coaching for the journal’s readership, the authors invite varied professionals to better understand coaching, appreciate the unique role it can play in multimodal care for individuals with ADHD, and consider interprofessional communication and collaboration to best serve this population.


August, 2021

Members of Springer Institute and colleagues Roxanne FoucheMarybeth Missenda, and Tamara Rosier publish an article titled “ADHD Coaching and Interprofessional Communication: A Focus Group Study” in the International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring. This article is available open access and free of charge here


May, 2021

Micah Saviet, Director of the Springer Institute, writes a professional review for OneMind Psyberguide comparing three ADHD-friendly, habit-building, productivity apps: Fabulous, Habitica, and Productive Habit Tracker.


April, 2021

Members of Springer Institute and colleagues Roxanne FoucheMarybeth Missenda, and Tamara Rosier present a poster session titled “Interprofessional communication in ADHD coaching: A qualitative exploration” at the Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) Research Symposium, virtual symposium.

Members of Springer Institute and colleagues Sherry Leikin, Mark Otto, and Marybeth Missenda present a research design poster session titled “Feasibility of a Positive Psychology Intervention Supporting Health and Wellness Coach Wellbeing During COVID-19” at the Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) Research Symposium, virtual symposium.


March, 2021

Members of Springer Institute and colleagues Roxanne FoucheMarybeth Missenda, and Tamara Rosier present a poster session titled “Interprofessional communication in ADHD coaching: A qualitative exploration” at the 2021 Virtual Emswiller Interprofessional Symposium, Virginia Commonwealth University.


February, 2021

Liz Ahmann, Research Director of Springer Institute, and Micah Saviet, Director of Springer Institute, present a conference session titled “ADHD coaching: Evidence for effectiveness” at the Learning Disabilities Association of American’s 58th Annual International Conference virtual conference.


January, 2021

Elizabeth Ahmann, Research Director of the Springer Institute and Micah Saviet, Director of the Springer Institute were recently interviewed by HCPLive® about ADHD coaching as well as research they conducted with colleagues Roxanne Fouche, Marybeth Missenda, and Tamara Rosier on interprofessional communication and collaboration among ADHD coaches and other treating professionals.

The video excerpts can be found at the following links. https://www.hcplive.com/view/adhd-coaching-covid-19 https://www.hcplive.com/view/adhd-coaching-patients https://www.hcplive.com/view/interprofessional-communication-adhd-coaching


December, 2020

Micah Saviet, Director of the Springer Institute writes a guest blog post for OneMind Psyberguides titled “ADHD: Harnessing the Power of Technology & Apps” which explores apps that support executive functions. 

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