ADHD & Executive Function
Education, Training, and Support
Serving Parents, Professionals and Students
For over a decade, Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M., ADHD-CCSP, has provided expert Coaching, Education, and Resources for Parents, Students, and Professionals.
She helps children, teens, and adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) thrive in school, work and life.
Develop Tools and Strategies to Manage…
- Executive Function Challenges
- Learning & Motivational Challenges
- Oppositional & Defiant Behaviors
- Emotional Regulation Challenges
CALM & CONNECTED:
Parenting Children and Teens with
ADHD/Executive Function Challenges©7-Session Live-Interactive Webinar
ADHD/EXECUTIVE FUNCTION CHALLENGES:
The Social & Emotional Impact on Learning, Motivation, Behavior, & the Family System©2-Hour Live-Interactive Webinar
MANAGING HOMEWORK – PARENT EDITION:
ADHD/EF Tips, Tools, and Strategies for Helping Students©2-Hour Live Interactive Webinar
Email Cindy for Next Dates
Available for your school or community organization. Presentations can be arranged for small and large groups.
Become an ADHD Parent CoachTraining consists of 24-hour live interactive training. Earn 36 ICF CE credits.
ADHD/Executive Function Continuing EducationManaging the Impact on Learning, Motivation, and Behavior©Earn 1.5 CEU or 1 Graduate PD Credit
ADHD Professional Development Trainer Academy
Learn to Train and Support teachers and support professionals
International Coaching Federation (ICF) Certification Training
ICF Core Competencies training to accompany Parent Coach training course
Adult ADHD CoachingHelps you balance life’s daily tasks, work demands, relationships, and responsibilities.
Managing Homework: Student Edition: Tips, Tools, and Strategies© WorkshopTeaching better executive function for Grades 5 and above
ADHD, Executive Function, and Behavioral Challenges in the ClassroomManaging the Impact on Learning, Motivation, and Stress
Upcoming Live Webinars
May 23 & July 11
ADHD/EXECUTIVE FUNCTION CHALLENGES: The Social & Emotional Impact on Learning, Motivation, Behavior, & the Family System©Learn More
Testimonials From Parents And Professionals
Cindy, If it weren’t for your Calm and Connected class I would not have had the tools to recognize the symptoms. I’m happy to report he is now in 8th grade, has a 504, and is feeling much better about his achievements.
I attended one of your trainings earlier this year and loved it!!!! I work as an Educational Technician at a grade 2-5 school and work with many children with ADHD. I was happy to share some of the strategies that I learned from one of your trainings and they proved to be terrific strategies with the students.
Amy H., Educator
Cindy helped me realize the importance of working through my own unexpressed emotions. Cindy helped me see this and gave me valuable tools to help the healing process. I am so very grateful for her time and guidance and happy to report that both my son and myself are much better because of it.
This training course and Calm and Connected material is so fantastic; it’s meaty with descriptions of most importantly what it’s like for kids with ADHD, with concepts like disability thinking on the parent’s end to help defray emotional reaction to child’s behaviors, solid and sensible communication techniques that can work in ANY relationship. I’m sure you’ve heard over and over from coaching trainees that they wished they had Calm and Connected for their own family issues. I know that’s how I feel. And though my son is in a good place, and feeling fulfilled yet still learning, I have really kept this curriculum in mind when the much less occasional friction rears up. So thank you! Your delivery is therapeutic, positive, and easy to maintain full attention for 2 hours at a clip. Honest, and clear, and so willing to clear up any confusion in a calm manner.
Heidi P. (Mother and ADHD Parent Coach Academy Graduate)
Thank you so much for the info in the webinar. I think it is really going to help me and my son navigate and survive homework time. Thank you!
I knew I needed better communication skills to cope with the new phase of our relationship. …I think it was one of the smartest things I ever did in my life. I feel it will bring me closer to my son and understand what he was trying to tell me, for a very simple reason, I now know how to communicate with a calm and collaborative problem- solving attitude instead of being a judgmental short-tempered parent…Thank you, Cindy.
Amal A. (Mother and ADHD Parent Coach Academy Graduate)
Your presentation provided easy-to-implement practical suggestions for empowering those who work with children and adolescents with ADHD, executive functioning, and other related challenges, as well as recognizing and understanding their own as well as the students’ strengths. Our attendees were inspired and engaged. We admire how you responded so well to the questions and gave great advice, ideas and comfort with your responses.
Ellen Maiseloff, MA, Opening the Doors Partnership Program, Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
Thank you for helping me to appreciate my family. I left work early to see the kids. I walked in the door (washed my hands, changed, and mouth washed) and just hugged them both. Both girls said, “You’re home already?!” and added that they missed me. The dynamic at our house has changed completely. Bonus: they both told me, after the hugging and laughing, that they finished their work. I’m definitely happy about that, but thrilled to know I got to tell them “I love you” with a big smile before they could give me that information.
You have changed my life. I’m forever grateful. Stay safe! Sincerely, Erin
This course really made me look at my son as not just a boy, not just an ADHD kid, but as himself. I’m enjoying him so much more. I look at him through a different lens now and don’t worry so much about what he’s not doing in school. He’s my little buddy. He’s so much more than just his struggles.
“I loved your professional development class!! I immediately started re-reading your handouts and feel very inspired. I can’t wait to implement many strategies, especially showing how the neurons connect and what is happening inside their brains. I also love the two homework handouts.”
I have just completed your ADHD Parent Coach training, and I wanted to say I have never been more motivated to help a community of parents/educators who are lost and not educated enough like myself (before) to know the difficulties of raising and teaching students with ADHD. You opened my eyes to so much!
Brittney W. (Educator and ADHD Parent Coach Academy Graduate)
I have wanted to reach out to you for some time to say thank you for your Calm and Connected program for parents. I remember sitting there and listening to the different families tell their stories and while some things were familiar, other information was totally foreign to me. I remember saying to myself “Thank God, we’re not going through that.” Well, sure enough, many times since I have now corrected and said “thank God I took the course and I understand because of those people I met.” It was excellent preparation for what was to come on this ever-evolving journey.
The other point I wanted to acknowledge in regard to the program is that the course brought things to my attention and I have been diagnosed with ADHD. It was a bit of a process, but it was confirmed this winter. I wouldn’t have realized had it not been through that workshop.
So, I just wanted you to know how tremendously helpful your program has been and it truly was a godsend as I literally stumbled upon it.
It was so wonderful to speak with you a few weeks ago – thank you so much for your time and expert insights. I have told tons of people about your book (8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD), which my husband, parents, and I are all reading! As a parenting writer (and as a parent), I’ve read so many books on subjects like this and I have to say, yours is exceptionally helpful. What I admire most about it, is that it keeps the big picture always in mind, so you don’t get too bogged down in the details (but at the same time, it is full of concrete specific strategies). I’ve learned so much from it, and I’m not a newcomer to this disorder, so thank you! I’ll continue to recommend it to parents, and I hope that featuring it in my book, will give the title that much more exposure.
Nicole C. Kear, Author
I highly recommend working with Cindy. She brings, calm, clarity, and wisdom to your family when you need it most. She understands the challenges you encounter on a daily basis and helps you over the hurdles. Cindy provides her wisest insights and still respects your position and supports you unwaveringly.
Most importantly, she helps you see your child in a new light so that you can be your child’s biggest advocate. I am forever grateful for all that Cindy has taught me and my family.
You’ve developed a really brilliant program here. I wish I had it when my son was first diagnosed 10 years ago!
Gwynn Anidjar, Life Coach, ADHD & Executive Function Parent Coach
I have just completed your ADHD Parent Coach training and I wanted to say I have never been more motivated to help a community of parents/educators who are lost and not educated enough like myself (before) to know the difficulties of raising and teaching students with ADHD. You opened my eyes to so much!
Brittney White, Educator
I really enjoyed this training! I learned so much from you and have been reflecting on everything I have learned from the moment the course began. You are an excellent teacher and obviously a gifted parent coach. I have derived so many benefits from this training including a stronger ability to stay calm, listen to others, appreciate my strengths as a coach as well as a clinician…
Lauren A. (ADHD Parent Coach Academy Graduate)
This book (8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD) is a godsend for parents raising kids who have the exciting but often challenging condition called ADHD. Written by a woman who has helped thousands of parents through her enormously successful parenting workshops and classes, Cindy Goldrich’s book is an instant classic.
Edward Hallowell, MD, Renowned child and adult psychiatrist, educator, and author of Driven to Distraction
What a great curriculum. Parents had positive feedback with their kids already!! I really like how it flowed
So glad I can offer support and education to parents. Thank you for putting this together.
Roberta Havens, MA, Ed., ADHD & Executive Function Parent Coach
Cindy’s Parent Coach training program is excellent. She is relatable and knowledgeable about ADHD and parenting. Cindy’s workshops helped me launch my coaching business with workshops that provide valuable and easy to administer tools for both acquiring clients and working with clients. I am also taking advantage of Cindy’s ongoing education to coaches to help me grow my practice and increase my knowledge. I highly recommend this program for coaches just starting out or coaches wanting to expand their practices!
Melissa Bildner, ADHD & Executive Function Parent Coach
I attended your conference at WSBOCES in January…loved it…and have used many of your strategies (and ways of thinking) in my classroom.
Pamela, 1st Grade Teacher
I enjoyed your presentation. You were energetic, and informative, and made the learning accessible by using lots of real-life examples. I walked away with greater insight, strategies, and tools I will use in my classroom. Thank you!
Ms. B., 6th grade teacher
I have read your book and have been following you for a few years and on your email list. and I’ve learned so much from you. I especially admire how you are a big supporter of moms taking the coaching role in parenting their children with ADHD and special needs. You are a role model for me and so many others. I want you to know that who you are and what you do really make a major impact in the world.
I loved the content and delivery. I felt like I was talking with a friend. Cindy, you are very relatable and the connection you have with the parents is very special. There is Nothing false about you. We can tell you feel passionate about your work and passionate about helping others. I am so grateful for you and this workshop!
I knew I needed better communication skills to be able to cope with the new phase of our relationship. …I think it was one the smartest thing I ever did in my life. I feel it is going to bring me closer to my son and understand what he was trying to tell me, for a very simple reason, I now know how to communicate with a calm and collaborative problem-solving attitude instead of being a judgmental, short-tempered parent. I love my son dearly. If this will make me help him and not enable him, I will do it again and again and again. For me, that was the light at the end of the tunnel. Thank you Cindy.
Cindy Goldrich is a phenomenal instructor and made it simple to stay engaged. As a result, I earned an APCA license to teach Calm and Connected: Parenting Children and Teens with Executive.
I highly recommend working with Cindy. She brings, calm, clarity, and wisdom to your family when you need it most. She understands the challenges you encounter on a daily basis and helps you over the hurdles. Cindy provides her wisest insights and still respects your position and supports you unwaveringly. Most importantly, she helps you see your child in a new light so that you can be your child’s biggest advocate. I am forever grateful for all that Cindy has taught me and my family.
This training course and Calm and Connected© material is so fantastic; it’s meaty with descriptions of most importantly what it’s like for kids with ADHD, with concepts like disability thinking on the parent’s end to help defray emotional reaction to the child’s behaviors, solid and sensible communication techniques that can work in ANY relationship. I’m sure you’ve heard over and over from coaching trainees that they wished they had Calm and Connected© for their own family issues. I know that’s how I feel. And though my son is in a good place, and feeling fulfilled yet still learning, I have really kept this curriculum in mind when the much less occasional friction rears up. So thank you! Your delivery is therapeutic, positive, and easy to maintain full attention for 2 hours at a clip. Honest, and clear, and so willing to clear up any confusion in a calm manner.
My husband and I want to express our most sincere thank you for allowing us to participate in your webinar! As was expected, it was TERRIFIC!
Cindy has an incredible depth of knowledge. The passion for what she does shines through. Her Calm & Connected class completely changed my relationship with my son! The strategies I received have been invaluable. Being a parent of a neurodiverse child is the hardest job in the world, so to receive help from someone who truly understands has been life-changing.
8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD
This ADHD book is rich with optimism, tips, tools, and action plans to help your children grow into the best version of themselves.
ADHD, Executive Function, & Behavioral Challenges in the Classroom
Practical insights, tools, and activities to support the social and emotional education of children who learn differently.