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Casey Dixon




Casey Dixon is a Life Coach uniquely focused on high-demand-ridden professionals, highlighting lawyers and professors, who are super-smart and can easily get derailed by ADHD traits. Comfortable and familiar with the paradox of competence and accomplishment smacked up against dysregulation and stuckness, Casey listens intensely without judgment, adding a logical voice and sometimes a bit of humor. And, after ten years of coaching ADHD clients, she knows a lot about ADHD. 

Casey is mixing it up and spreading things around a bit lately with the addition of MindfullyADD, ADHD Coaching Groups, and ramped up speaking and writing engagements. Follow Casey on Twitter and Facebook for a running stream of ADHD tips, research tidbits, and encouragement.



Professional Certified Coach (PCC), International Coach Federation (ICF)


International Coach Federation Certified Mentor Coach


Board Certified Coach (BCC), Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE Global)


Senior Certified AD/HD Coach (SCAC), Institute for the Advancement of AD/HD Coaching (IAAC)


Certified Coach, Coach Training Alliance (CTACC)


DISC Profile and Time Mastery Profile Certified


Edge Foundation Coach


JST Coaching & Training Graduate Coach



CLE presenter (Continuing Legal Education), Fighting Distractions in Your Practice: An ADHD Primer for Lawyers.


Volunteer for the ADHD Coaches Organization Research Committee.


Presenter at the CHADD Annual International Conference on ADHD 2015 & 2016.


Presenter at the Annual International ADHD Professionals Conference 2016 & 2017.


Contributing Author for ADDitude Magazine Coaches Corner. 


Webinar presenter for the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, Wilder Neurodiversity Group: Distracted at Work and Home: Modern Life or ADHD? 2017.


Interviewee for PsychCentral, ADHD blog topics.


Interviewee for Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast with Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright. 


Webinar presenter for ADD Classes: The ADHD Trifecta: Creating Motivation Toward Action, 2016. 


Webinar presenter for the Institute for Chronic Disorganization: The ADHD Trifecta: Creating Motivation Toward Action, 2016. 


Speaker for the ADHD Success Plan for Women Event 2015: AIM-ing for Goals the ADHD Way.


Interviewee for ADHD reWired with Eric Tivers, Episode 89: Exercise the Attention Muscle with Mindfulness.


Speaker for the ADHD Awareness Expo 2015 & 2016: Mindfulness for ADHD.


Featured speaker for the Succeed with ADHD Telesummit 2015 & 2016.


Featured Contributor and Co-Author for The ADHD Awareness Book Project 2015: Wacky Ways to Succeed with ADHD, The never before told fun, creative, out-of-the-box secrets that will get you smiling and thriving with ADHD, edited by Laurie Dupar.


Co-Author for The ADHD Awareness Book Project 2011: 365 Ways to Succeed with ADHD, edited by Laurie Dupar.


Contributing Interviewee for The Stigmatized Child, by Anne Ford and John Thompson, Capri Island Publications.


Contributing Interviewee for On Their Own: Creating an Independent Future for Your Adult Child with Learning Disabilities and ADHD, A Family Guide, by Anne Ford and John Thompson, Newmarket Press.




The University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education, Philadelphia, PA

         M.S.Ed. in Educational Policy and Leadership


The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA

         Educational Philosophy and Psychology


Millersville University, Millersville, PA

         B. A. in Philosophy


School for Field Studies, Juneau, AL and Northeastern University, Boston, MA


Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA


Maryland Institute, College of Art, Baltimore, MD

         Fanny B. Thalheimer Merit Scholar





Reframing Your Time and Energy, ADHD Professionals Conference, Tamara Rosier, PhD


The 7 Habits of Extremely Successful Entrepreneurs, ADHD Professionals Conference, Sean Wise, PhD


A Rock to Stand On: The Evidence Base for ADHD Coaching, ADHD Professionals Conference, Sarah Wright, MS, ACT, Elizabeth Ahmann, ScD, RN, ACC, Lisa Joy Tuttle, MA, BCC, CSS


Essentials for Successful Group Coaching, ADHD Professionals Conference, Sandy Maynard, MS


A Movement Toward the Mainstream – An ADHD Coaching Crusade, ADHD Professionals Conference, Lee Rozycki, AAC, CSS and Jo Ann Skinner, PCC, ACAC, BCC


Creating the Environment for Success with ADHD, ADHD Professionals Conference, Kathleen, Nadeau, PhD


Anxiety and ADHD – A Coach Approach, ADHD Professionals Conference, Herve LeBoeuf, PhD


Case Collaborations, ACO


ADHD in the Work Place: Success Stories and Strategies, CHADD, Belynda Gauthier


ADHD Non-Medication Treatments: Fact versus Myth, CHADD, Stephanie Sarkis, PhD


Distracted and Disorganized: Sure-Fire Strategies to Empower Women with ADHD, CHADD, Terry Matlen, MSW, ACSW


Cultivating Motivation and Realistic Hope Amid Challenges of ADHD, CHADD, Thomas E. Brown, PhD


Better Attention=Better Memory: Strengthen Both, CHADD, Ari Tuckman, PhD


Dads with ADHD, CHADD, Terry M. Dickson, MD


Consistently Inconsistent: How to Make a Habit, CHADD, Kim Kennsington, PsyD


ADHD Coaching Matters, CHADD PreConference Institute, Sarah Wright, M.S., ACT


Beyond Accommodations: An In-Depth Look at ADHD/EF/LD Coaching, CHADD PreConference Institute, Jodi Sleeper-Triplet, MCC and Christina Fabrey, M.Ed., BCC, ACAC


Coaching for Insight, International Coach Federation, Paul McGinniss, PCC


Group and Individual Mentoring: International Coach Federation Core Competencies, True North Resources, Paulette Rao, MCC, BCC


Mindfulness and ADHD, Elizabeth Ahmann, ScD, RN, ACC


Breaking Bias: Making the Right Decision, International Coach Federation, Josh Davis, PhD


How Our Understanding of ADHD is Changing, Thomas E. Brown, PhD


Debriefing Client Actions for Transformational Change, Conscious Coaching Institute,  Paulette Rao, MCC, BCC


Coaching Teens and College Students with AD/HD, JST Coaching, Jody Sleeper-Triplet, MCC


The Role of Comorbid Conditions in Coaching Adults with ADHD, ADHD Coaches Organization Continuing Education, Peggy Laneri, PhD, CPC


DISC and Your Clients – Uncovering Their Motivations and Revealing Their Blind Spots, Tools for Teamwork/Tools for Life Coaches, Dave Meyer, MCC, CTACC and Laurie Valaer, CTICC


Let DISC Open the Doors, Tools for Teamwork/Tools for Life Coaches, Dave Meyer, MCC, CTACC and Laurie Valaer, CTICC


Group Coaching: A Powerful Way to Coach More People and Help Your Clients Succeed, Sarah Wright, M.S.


AD/HD Skills for Life: Organize Your World, Denslow Brown, BS


Mastering AD/HD Coaching Challenges: Conference Institute, Nancy Ratey, MCC, SCAC, Sandy Maynard, MS, Jodi Sleeper-Triplet, MCC


Coaching to the Core, ADD Resources, Nancy Ratey, MCC, SCAC


What to Do When Coaching Gets Challenging, Nancy Ratey, MCC, SCAC


Coaching Using Imagery and Metaphors, Executive and Professional Coaching Program, School of Management, The University of Texas at Dallas, Ann Deaton, PhD


The Art & Science of Coaching Groups, Coach Training Alliance, Jackie Black, PhD


Private Mentoring and Supervision, Nancy Ratey, MCC, SCAC


Laying a Strong Foundation for Coaching Success, ADD Resources, Nancy Ratey, MCC, SCAC


Coaching the ADD Client, ADD Resources, Sandy Maynard, MCC


Coaching the Entrepreneur with ADD, ADD Coach Academy, David Giwerc, MCC


Coaching Research Special Interest Group, ADD Coaches Organization


5 Simple Steps to Becoming an Undeniably Successful Coach, Will Craig, MCC & Rhonda Hess, MCC


Core Competencies Training for ADD Coaching, ADD Coaches Organization, Ken Zaretzky, MCC


Round Table on Depression, ADD Coaches Organization


Coaching with the Brain in Mind, Philadelphia Areas Coaches Association, David Rock, MCC


Coach Training Alliance, Certified Coach Program, Dave Meyer, MCC

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