Kristine Shiverick, M.Ed., ACG, CACP is a professionally trained ADHD and Executive Function Coach. As founder of A.B.L.E Coaching for ADHD, Kristine provides coaching to help individuals and families impacted by ADHD learn about the unique wiring of the ADHD brain, discover effective strategies, minimize the challenges of ADHD, and live the life they want to live. Kristine believes in taking a strength-based approach to help her clients grow in all areas of their lives.
Thirteen years ago Kristine and her husband were told by their son’s first grade teacher that she had some concerns about his ability to pay attention in the classroom. Since having her son tested and diagnosed with ADHD-Predominantly Inattentive Type, she has been on a quest to learn all she can about ADHD and provide him with the best possible support services.
Kristine realized early-on that finding someone who truly understood ADHD was going to be a difficult task.
Her passion for learning about ADHD and helping individuals and families impacted by this unique brain wiring lead her to a career in ADHD coaching. Kristine’s son is her inspiration and coaching has felt like a natural progression from her B.A. in Severe Special Needs Education, an M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education and parenting a child with ADHD.
Kristine received her basic, advanced and family ADHD coach training through the ADD Coach Academy. She is actively involved in the field of ADHD coaching where she provides private coaching to students, adults and families, as well as runs an ADHD parent support group in her local community, and co-facilitates a virtual college support group for ADDA.
Kristine is a member of ADDA, ACO, CHADD, and PACC.