About Liz Ahmann

Elizabeth (Liz) Ahmann, ScD, RN, PCC, is an ADHD and Wellness Coach. In her private practice, Dr. Ahmann delivers exceptional and compassionate individualized coaching services, drawing on the latest research knowledge and best practices in coaching. As part of her practice, she specializes in working with individuals having ADHD, including gifted and highly gifted individuals.

In addition to coaching for ADHD and wellness, Dr. Ahmann also offers coaching and mentoring in the writing process at any level; presents at local and national conferences on topics related to ADHD, mindfulness, research, and writing; teaches a highly-acclaimed tele-class on mindfulness for ADHD; and trains other wellness coaches.

The mother of three young adults with ADHD, giftedness, and learning challenges, Dr. Ahmann holds a masters degree in nursing and a doctorate in public heath and is certified as a coach by both the International Coach Federation and Wellcoaches. She is a member of the Research Committee of the ADHD Coaches Organization and an adjunct faculty member, teaching advanced coaching skills, at the Maryland University of Integrative Health.

Dr. Ahmann takes her own professional education and training seriously. She has trained with Fast Track Academy; Mentor Coach, JST Training (for children, teens, and young adults); Laser Coaching Intensive; Wellcoaches; and through other varied conferences and continuing education opportunities. She is committed to bring the best skills, training, and research-backed practices to helping individuals develop the structures, support, skills, and strategies needed for wellness and personal success.

Dr. Ahmann is a professional member of the following organizations:

ACO – ADHD Coaches Organization (member of Research Committee)

CHADD – Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

ICF – International Coach Federation

ICPA – Institute of Coaching Professional Association

LDA – Learning Disabilities Association of America

Dr. Ahmann is affiliated with:

Chesapeake ADHD Center of Maryland

Edge Foundation

ImpactADHD