Rachel Kitchens-Cole is a Licensed Clinical Social worker, ADHD advocate, entrepreneur and arts lover. She has created and presented ADHD trainings for faculty and staff in her current busy, suburban school district. She is deeply interested in working with students and their parents to discover new ways of meeting challenges related to school success; including resources, information and new ways of coping through education and support. Her special interests include ADHD and other neurological differences that impact the way people learn and relate to the world.
On a personal note, Rachel has been married for 27 years and has three extraordinary children who have provided her with more inspiration, humor, creativity and love than she could have ever imagined. She’s also excited to have the opportunity to help others dealing with ADHD the way so many have helped her.
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