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Braaaains!: Neurodiversity and Coaching

Join us on Tuesday, July 25, 2023

Braaaains!: Neurodiversity and Coaching


Neurodiversity is a hot topic these days and with good reason. More people than ever are openly identifying themselves as autistic, as ADHDers, as dyslexic, or as other neurotypes. Even more people are not yet aware of their neurodivergence, though their challenges fit with descriptions of being neurodivergent.


Coaching fits beautifully with the neurodiversity movement as we assume that our clients are creative, resourceful, and whole, not broken or needing to be fixed in some way. But often coaches are hesitant to work with neurodivergent clients. Come to this presentation to learn about neurodiversity, the experience of being neurodivergent, and how you can partner with your neurodivergent clients to move them forward.

Learning Objectives:

       Define neurodiversity and different neurotypes

·       Discover each client’s individual experience of being neurodivergent

·       Synthesize coaching principles with the unique needs of neurodivergent clients


CCEs - 1.5 Resource Development 

Meet Tracy Winter, PhD, PCC

Dr. Tracy Winter is a leadership coach specializing in neurodiversity. She enjoys coaching clients who are gifted, ADHDers, autistic, dyslexic, and more.  Each client she meets has a unique brain that deserves its own unique approach, and she partners with her clients to use their strengths to reach the outcomes they desire.

Tracy trains new ADHD coaches and is a mentor coach for students at the International ADHD Coach Training Center. She also facilitates leadership development training with organizations such as Tesla and has been an adjunct professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

Tracy earned a Ph.D. in Human Development, an MA in Human and Organization Systems, and an Evidence-Based Coaching Certificate from Fielding Graduate University. Her dissertation focused on the social-emotional needs of highly gifted adults.

Tuesday, July 25, 2023, 5:30 PM until 7:30 PM Central Time (US & Canada) (UTC-06:00)
Videoconference information will be provided in an email once payment is received.
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