Meet Cindy Goldrich: Voyage Denver’s Most Inspiring Stories

I was recently featured in Voyage Denver magazine’s Most Inspiring Stories! Read the full article here where I discuss my journey, what I do, and why I do it. Meet Cindy Goldrich: Voyage Denver’s Most Inspiring Stories “My message is always the same. Help all children understand how their unique brain works, how they can learn best, harness their energy, plan for their goals, and face their challenges.” “I help parents create a calm, more compliant environment, establish realistic rules and … Read more

Addressing the Link Between Learning Differences—and Anxiety & Depression

Last month I took part in a panel discussion at the Innovative Learning Conference in San Mateo, California. This conference brought together top people in the fields of learning, neuroscience, and clinical practice, including Ned Hallowell, Thomas Brown, Akihiko Takahashi, and Adam Gazzaley. Following our panel discussion, we collaborated to answer some of the questions that we did not have time to address during our talk. I am sharing the questions and answers below, along with some additional helpful resources. … Read more

A Fresh Take on Back-to-School Readiness

The new school year is about to begin. Are you ready? Is your child? How will you each know? To answer that question, you first each need to consider what you want the outcome to be. What accomplishments and feelings would you each like to have on the last day of school? Essentially, what are your goals? In future blogs, we will be addressing how to develop some important tools and strategies for building your child’s Executive Function skills (the … Read more

What exactly IS a Parent Coach? 

For over ten years, I have been working with parents of children who have ADHD, executive function challenges, learning challenges, and behavioral challenges. When parents initially contact me, they are often seeking support to help their children directly.  Our skilled Coaches do provide direct support to teens and college students. But, parents sometimes become disappointed to find that their child is not ready or willing to fully engage in the coaching process, yet. While parents may feel it would be … Read more