The ADHD Academy is an educational technology that provides knowledge and training to teachers, coaches, parents, and anyone whose lives are shared with a person with ADHD. It allows users to learn about, develop strategies, and tools to live successful with ADHD. We truly believe that if the powers of ADHD are harnessed properly, it can be used as a gift, not a disability.
Joshua Svec B.A. M.A. is the Director of The ADHD Academy, Lead Coach at The ADHD Academy, and the co-author of The ADHD Fix.
Joshua Svec developed his passion to help people throughout his academic experiences. Being diagnosed with ADHD at an early age Joshua overcame many obstacles to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree in Honours Psychology and a Master of Arts degree in Coaching. Throughout his academic career Joshua also played varsity football. He was a team captain, team MVP, and conference all-star with the University of Waterloo. In 2008, Joshua set the school record for the most yards by a receiver in any one season, and was second in the country in receiving.
Joshua Svec specializes in ADHD coaching for students and coaching for student athletes. For more information visit http://www.theadhdfix.com/adhd-coaching/
Dr. Henry Svec is a consultant to The ADHD Academy, co-author of The ADHD Fix (www.theadhdfix.com) and a registered psychologist in the Province of Ontario, and licensed psychologist in the State of Michigan. He received his Ph.D. from Michigan State University, and his B.A., B. Ed. and M.Ed. from the University of Western Ontario where he played football for four years and won two National Championships.
Henry is married, with three children. He enjoys fishing and skiing. The Dr. Svec Institute of Psychological Services has offices in London, Windsor, Chatham and Sarnia. The Institute is available to help adults, children and couples of all ages www.drsvec.com.
Dr. Henry Svec has spent the past twenty years helping children and adults with ADHD achieve success by developing tools and strategies to overcome associated obstacles.