Testimonial: Andrew Wolmer

November 20, 2016

It’s very exciting to learn that classes are again being offered from the international Coaching authority spearheading the understanding of  Attention Deficit Disorder, debunking the myths.

Madelyn Griffith-Haynie has designed a revolutionary paradigm for ADD/EFD treatment and treatment of the syndromes and maladies of the mind. She is a pioneer and collaborator in the development of the art and science of private, group and peer coaching. Her work and research has made life changing differences to millions of sufferers.

If you are a Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Physician, Social Worker or teacher, her courses offer essential tools to put into your clinical toolbox or syllabus.

I have known Madelyn for over 30 years; at about the time she began her journey, her calling, to describe and define a disorder which affected her and untold millions. She has shed light on an adult syndrome that the majority of the medical community, until relatively recently, didn’t believe existed

I can attest that her insight and work are so powerful that countless coaches and other helping professionals have taken her content and literature and folded them into their own practices and materials. Hundreds of prestigious coaches have taken Madelyn’s Continuing Educating classes in order to grow and make their practices more relevant.

Her web page, blog and the materials she has written are a manifesto, a masterpiece of insight into the human mind.

No matter where you are in you profession, you owe it to your clients, patients, and students to help them benefit and understand about potentially the largest, greatly undiagnosed and perhaps least understood disorder affecting the human condition.

As a professional, if you have any questions about my testimonial or if you require assistance to enroll in Madelyn’s courses, please don’t hesitate to contact me.



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