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Renee's Training

ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA) – Renee completed ADDCA’s Basic and Advanced Coaching Training programs, including over 245 training hours. ADDCA is outstanding among ADHD coaching programs because it is fully accredited by ICF (International Coach Federation) and PAAC (Professional Association of ADHD Coaches). Renee holds the titles of AACC (ADDCA Associate Certified Coach) and ACG (Advanced Coach Graduate).

Western Washington University – Renee has a B.A in Education with a Minor in Psychology and a Dual Certification in Teaching Elementary Education (K-8) and  Psychology (6-12).

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Renee's Training

ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA) – Renee completed ADDCA’s Basic and Advanced Coaching Training programs, including over 245 training hours. ADDCA is outstanding among ADHD coaching programs because it is fully accredited by ICF (International Coach Federation) and PAAC (Professional Association of ADHD Coaches). Renee holds the titles of AACC (ADDCA Associate Certified Coach) and ACG (Advanced Coach Graduate).

Western Washington University – Renee has a B.A in Education with a Minor in Psychology and a Dual Certification in Teaching Elementary Education (K-8) and  Psychology (6-12).

Experience (ADHD)

  • ADHD Coach – Renee has been a coach since 2016.
  • ADHD Coach Mentor – Renee has coached ADHD coaches and is working to complete her certification to become a certified Mentor Coach by 2021.
  • ADHD Peer Support Group Facilitator – Since 2016, Renee has facilitated virtual and in-person support groups including ADDA’s Beginner’s Support Group (held bi-weekly and at the annual ADHD Conference) and a local ADHD Parents' Support Group in Washington State.
  • ADHD Educator – Renee has led workshops and given presentations on a wide variety of ADHD related topics for coaches, general audiences, adults with ADHD and ADHD Parents.
List of Past Presentations
  • ADDA Board of Directors and ADHD Peer Support Group Organizer - Renee has volunteered on the Board of Directors for ADDA since January 2019. As Chair of the Virtual Programs Committee, Renee has led the management, organization and training of up to 50 peer support group facilitators.  

Experience (Education)

  • Elementary School Teacher – Renee taught 1st and 2nd grades in Washington State for 12 years.
  • Student Care Team – Renee was a member of her school’s support team for students with academic and/or behavioral challenges for over 5 years.
  • Trainer for Teachers – Renee trained other educators to use various national programs for classroom management, differentiated learning styles, learning strategies, and academic assessment tools in the classroom for 10 years. Renee managed a one-week summer certification program for teachers for 5 years.
  • Curriculum and Assessment Specialist – Renee served on curriculum adoption committees at her elementary school for over 5 years. She was also a specialist in academic assessment technology.
  • Academic Tutor and Volunteer – Renee has tutored children and adults for her local library system and her local school district. She also volunteered as a classroom assistant for three school districts.

Memberships

Renee is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO), Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) and Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD).


Awards

ADDA Award 2019 - Excellence: Inspiring Others “Awarded to Renee Crook for demonstrating excellence and inspiring others to perform their best. Your work is truly exceptional. A leaders’ leader building the ADDA family with love.”