• ADHD Coaching Communication Modalities: An Exploratory Mixed Methods Study

      Ahmann, Elizabeth; Saviet, Micah (2019)
      Background. Telephone is the most frequently used communication modality for coaching sessions in the U.S.; a combination of in-person and telephone coaching is also common. Coaching in person or by telephone, videoconference, or a combination of methods demonstrates positive outcomes. Studies comparing outcomes of coaching inperson with telephone or videoconference suggest varied results. To date, no study has specifically examined communication modalities in coaching for individuals having attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Purpose. This mixed methods exploratory study: • Reviews extant literature on ADHD coaching outcomes to identify coaching modalities used • Surveys ADHD coaches to explore (a) the frequency of use and perceived efficacy of varied modalities and (b) coaches' views of benefits and drawbacks of each
    • Sleep and ADHD: Incorporating Research into Clinical Practice (A Rapid Systematic Review of the Literature)

      Saviet, Micah (2019)
      Sleep is a critically important topic for individuals with Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) as well as their therapists, coaches, and healthcare providers. A clear understanding of the interconnectedness between ADHD and sleep is critical as part of comprehensive services provided by practitioners in any setting. This rapid systematic literature review identified 13 studies (published in 2016) that examine the relationship between ADHD and sleep in young adults and adults.