Multimodal treatment of ADHD: the need for coaching
In 2005, Sam Goldstein called out to coaching professionals, asking them to engage in more research on coaching as part of a multimodal treatment approach for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). He noted that the effectiveness of coaching had not been formally studied, and that the differences between coaching and other treatments remained unclear. Yet coaching continues to rise in popularity as a way of managing and working with ADHD.
ADHD in practice 2016; 8(1): 16–18
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