Bright Not Broken - Using Strengths and Special Int

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Gifted, ADHD and Asperger’s, Using Strengths and Special Interests 

 Nancy Ratey is an internationally recognized authority in ADHD and related fields. Her unique approach to helping 2e Individuals reach their potential by using their strengths to identify and direct their passion is unparalleled. Join us as Nancy shares her own personal twice exceptional journey with learning disabilities and giftedness. Her high energy and keen insights offer a much needed focus on abilities rather than disabilities. Through Nancy’s work and persistent dedication she has been able to help countless others achieve balance and success, leading productive lives that are Bright Not Broken

 Nancy is internationally recognized as one of the foremost authorities on personal and professional coaching for adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder  She also holds a Ed.M from Harvard University and has been active for the last two decades in developing programs and lecturing on issues related to high ability and ADHD. She has served at the national level for several disability organizations and is a Master Certified Coach and Senior Disability Analyst. She writes extensively on coaching and ADHD topics and is the author of A Disorganized Mind. She co-authored several related titles and has contributed chapters and articles to numerous publications. Her work is often profiled in the media, including ABC, CBS, NPR Radio, and national publications such as Wired, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, The Boston Globe, and The New York Times.

Nancy’s own experiences of living and working with learning disabilities and twice exceptional issues have enable her to understand her clients’ difficulties from an intuitive level and help them move forward to achieve greater success in their own lives. 

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