Cindy is known for her deep knowledge and passion in helping adults support kids who learn and behave in ways can often be confusing, frustrating, and ineffective.
Cindy has a way of helping parents and professionals understand the social and emotional impact of ADHD and Executive Function challenges on learning, motivation, and behavior so that adults can genuinely relate to children to help them make substantial and sustainable changes.
Something that really impressed me about Cindy is the way she cuts to the core of problems and provides parents and educators with specific tools and strategies to help bring about systemic change, not just temporary solutions.
If you've been wondering, "What happened to my easy-going kid? Now that they’re in middle school, it seems like things are falling apart." this one is for you!
In this interview, we’re speaking with Cindy Goldrich to give you the foundation you need in order to start understanding how you can establish calm, improve communication, encourage collaboration, use effective consequences, and support your children in making better choices, especially for particularly defiant or difficult middle-school-aged kids with ADHD.
Cindy Goldrich is a mental health counselor, certified ADHD Clinical Service Provider, parent coach and teacher trainer. She received her MSc in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University, Teachers´ College, and her ADHD Coach Certification from the Institute for the Advancement of ADHD Coaching.
She helps parents manage the stress, anxiety, and confusion involved in raising a child´s attentional, learning, and behavioral challenges.
Cindy is the author of 2 award-winning books: ¨8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD¨, designed to support parents, and ¨ADHD, Executive Function, & Behavioral Challenges in the Classroom: Managing the Impact on Learning, Motivation, and Stress¨, designed specifically for educators.
She provides professional development and parent coaching to thousands of people worldwide. Her involvement with both populations allows her to combine each group's needs to create a strong circle of support for all involved.
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