Navigating ADHD Inc. is a solutions based approach to supporting families whose lives are affected by ADHD. Co-founders Tracey Bromley Goodwin, M.Ed, ADHD Coach and Holly Oberacker, ATR, LMHC merged their unique expertise and ADHD focused experience to develop proven methods for managing the symptoms of ADHD. Their multi-sensory approach addresses the behavioral, organizational, and executive functioning needs of those affected by ADHD. Tracey and Holly believe in discovering concrete solutions to help individuals reach their fullest potential. Navigating ADHD Inc. has a learning and support center on Cape Cod with satellite services on Nantucket and virtual services worldwide. Holly and Tracey offer presentations to parents, educators and clinicians around the country.
Holly Oberacker is an Art Therapist and Licensed Mental health Counselor with more than fifteen years experience. She continually develops multi-sensory approaches to managing the emotional, behavioral and communication needs of children diagnosed with ADHD, mood disorders, anxiety, eating disorders and other mental health issues. Holly’s approach is solution-focused and proactive. She holds a Masters of Art in Art Therapy from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Tracey Bromley Goodwin is an Educational and Life Coach Specializing in ADHD and draws from twenty years experience in the field of education. For the last fourteen, she has been an ADHD and Life Coach on Cape Cod with virtual clients around the globe. Tracey helps clients develop self awareness while building organizational and educational strategies for reaching their fullest potential in school and in life. Tracey was one of the first people in the United States to receive a Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a Specialty in Conflict Resolution from Lesley University.
Joan E. Tegge is a licensed special education teacher with more than twenty-three years of experience, eighteen of those years at the seventh and eighth grade levels. She has a Master’s degree in Special Education from George Mason University. She has been with Lawrence Middle School in the town of Falmouth since 1999. She has worked with students with learning disabilities, ADHD, emotional impairments, mood disorders, autism, and other issues that impact performance and development. She specializes in teaching students about Executive Functioning Skills and how these skills impact academic performance.