Robyn Parks, CPC, ACC, CACP
Robyn Parks is a certified Life, Parent and ADHD Coach with a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh and a Post-Baccalaureate degree in Elementary and Middle School Education from Point Park University. With over 10 years experience, Robyn has extensive ADHD training and expertise. She completed her coach training form IPEC (Institute for Professional Excellence In Coaching), an accredited coaching program recognized by the International Coach Federation. She earned a graduate certificate from JST Coaching, LLC, a specialized coach training program focused on teaching methods for children, teens and college students with ADHD. Most recently, Robyn completed Professional ADHD Parent Coach Training with Cindy Goldrich, Parenting Specialist. She works in partnership with Baltimore area schools to provide individual student counseling or group seminars for parents.
Robyn specializes in compassionate, intuitive, and judgment-free listening, which enables clients to access understand and deeply engage with issues, process and solutions. She partners with them to help them achieve clarity, success, and fulfillment in an environment full of respect, motivation and support. Ultimately, her goal is to inspire her clients to explore and maximize their personal potential in order to live a more fulfilling life.
She is especially interested and skilled in addressing the unique challenges of ADHD. When self-management, time management and organizational skills don’t come naturally, Robyn’s expertise and compassionate demeanor can help clients develop these skills. Robyn will work with each student/parent/guardian to identify goals, provide structure, prioritize, and build time management skills.
Robyn is a wife and a mother of three school-aged children. She combines her education, passion, and real-life experience to help youth and adults reach their goals and live happier and more successful lives. Robyn understands what it’s like to raise a child with ADHD. She has been instrumental in helping her oldest son, who has ADHD, find success and function better in both social and academic contexts.