This Module introduces the basic concepts, skills and techniques of individual (life) coaching, and combines this with enhancing your knowledge about Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD). This course specialises in teaching basic coaching skills that can be beneficial for adults with ADHD in your work environment of mental health services, human resources, higher education, etc.
Assessment Method3 Assignments + 12 hours of practice peer coaching
Delivery MethodFace to Face Lecturers + Self Study
The course is accessible through a selection procedure only. Suitable only for professionals with at least a level 6 MQF education, basic knowledge of ADHD and minimum 2 years social work experience. Examples: nurses, social workers, job and sports coaches, counsellors, psychologists, etc. Course is held in English ( O level English required).
Health and human rights
ADHD – An overview
Coaching through the ages
Coaching compared to other interventions
Types of coaching and research
The coaching relationship, the mindset, the role and the skills
The client with ADHD, challenges and strengths
Coaching skills, models, tools and strategies
ADHD Coaching definition and principal aims
The ADHD Coaching Approach summary
Understand the historical background of ADHD in local and international context
Improve evidence-based knowledge of ADHD
Engage in effective and collaborative communication styles with an adult with ADHD
Understand analytical concepts, develop situation analysis evaluation skills,
Articulate cooperative problem-solving options,
Initiate, maintain and terminate a coaching relationship.
ADHD Adult Group Coaching Skills Course ( 10 ECTS/ MQF 5)