You continue to make a significant contribution to the body of research on ADHD coaching. Without your expertise, analytical skills, and desire to uncover all relevant research on ADHD and wellness coaching, the ADHD coaching community would still be considered an insignificant intervention for individuals with ADHD. Thanks to you and your colleagues, we have a rich database of coaching research to support our important work and to aid those of us searching for solid data to drive our efforts for future research funding. Thank you for your many contributions to coaching. You provide important leadership in the field.
–Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, MCC, SCAC, BCC (Founder of JST Coaching & Training; widely respected expert in student coaching and ADHD student coaching)
Elizabeth Ahmann, Micah Saviet and colleagues have made substantial contributions to the research literature on ADHD Coaching. Their quantitative and qualitative studies continue to advance the scholarship related to outcomes and key processes involved in coaching for this population. Ahmann & Saviet have a commitment to disseminating their work in various forums that demonstrates their leadership in both enhancing understanding of this emerging field and furthering evidence-based practice among coaches. Ahmann received the 2019 Research and Scholarship Award at Maryland University for Integrative Health for her contributions to the field.
–Steffany Moonaz, Ph.D. Director of Clinical and Academic Research & Professor Maryland University of integrative Health