Kevin Roberts has been coaching ADHD and cyber-addicted folks and families for seventeen years. In addition to coaching, he has put on workshops around the world dealing with self-esteem in ADHD folks and is a board member and curriculum developer of the EmpowerADD Project, which helps ADHDers develope skills to succeed. He is the author of 3 books:
- Cyber Junkie: Escape the Gaming and Internet Trap (Hazelden 2010)
- Movers, Dreamers and Risk-Takers: Unlocking the Power of ADHD (Hazelden 2012)
- Success and Failure with ADHD: The Oskar Schindler Story (ADDISS 2016)
I coach from a place of deep and lifelong understanding of the hurdles–ADHD and cyber addiction–I continue to deal with in my own life. Yes, I have vast academic and clinical experience in ADHD and tech addictions, but I believe my greatest asset in coaching is empathy, the ability to forge a non-judgmental and supportive coaching relationship that leads to uncovering a person’s strengths. Coaching with me is less about information and more about understanding and empowerment.
I believe the world needs ADHD people and am convinced we possess great and often rare gifts. For me, coaching others proceeds from this belief. Ask not what the world can do for you, but ask what you can do to help the world. If you want to help someone with ADHD, help him or her find a way to help others.
I work with teens and adults all over the world, from the United Kingdom to Greece, and Iceland to Chile. I work through Skype, phone, and whatsapp, and spend about a month in the United Kingdom every year. When I accept a coaching client, I make a commitment to help that person change him or herself as well as the world. Send me an email and we can get the process started. On several occasions, my coaching clients and their families have arranged for me to come speak in their home countries.