Why join the ADHD Masterclass All-Access Cohort?
Get more personalized support than what a self-paced ADHD course can offer.
Structured pacing and group accountability help you complete the materials and apply what you’ve learned.
You get the empathy, advice, and reassurance that comes from learning together.
What’s included in the 6-week All-Access Cohort:
Lifetime access to on-demand ADHD course for parents with 6 video modules
Online access from anywhere.
Six weekly live group video calls with Dr. Jacque
Offered once a week on Thursdays at 12PM EST, during the duration of the live cohort.
Two 1:1 video coaching sessions with Dr. Jacque
Schedule at your convenience during the 6-week cohort.
Secure web and mobile portal with Masterclass journal and practice tasks
One year from the start of the live cohort.
Unlimited HIPAA-compliant direct messaging with Dr. Jacque during the cohort
During the duration of the live cohort.
Curated resources and materials
One year from the start of the live cohort.
All-Access Cohort vs. Traditional Therapy
|Provided by a licensed psychologist|
|Weekly 1:1 therapy sessions|
|Weekly group video coaching|
|Lifetime access to ADHD course|
|Unlimited messaging w/ Dr. Jacque|
|Connect w/ other cohort parents|
|Cost||$149 per week*||$200 per session‡|
* Cohort charged as one-time payment of $894 or a $200 deposit with $694 due at cohort start. Includes two 1:1 coaching sessions, in addition to weekly groups.
‡ Cost refers to private practice fees when not reimbursed by insurance. Average therapy costs $150 – $500 per session.
This masterclass is for parents and families who:
Have a child with ADHD between the ages of 4 and 12.
Want more individualized guidance and accountability than what’s available through social media, books, or self-paced courses.
Are not able to or do not want to attend therapy.
May be on a waitlist for therapy and want support sooner.
Want to focus more on their relationships with their child and family.
Would like more support, even though their child may be in therapy.
Answers to Your Questions
If your question hasn’t been answered here – don’t hesitate to reach out!
I’m not sure if my child has ADHD. Can you give us a diagnosis?
No, I cannot provide an evaluation for ADHD or a diagnosis of ADHD. I do not provide therapy services through this cohort’s coaching services. Parent coaching is for education and support only.
How is this different than parent management training (PMT) or Parent-child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)?
The on-demand video modules and live group sessions contain research-based strategies from PMT and PCIT, which are two of the most common evidence-based therapy treatments for ADHD in children. However, this class goes beyond the behavioral tools and symptom management techniques. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of ADHD and your child that will transform your relationship, giving you a framework for success for all the years to come.
How do the 1:1 coaching sessions work?
Parents will receive two, individual 30-minute coaching sessions with Dr. Jacque during the cohort. After completing an information form, you will gain access to a scheduling calendar. Choose times for your two sessions that are convenient for you. You’ll have time to ask individual questions and get more ideas on how the course content can be applied to your family’s specific needs.
How is this different from individual or group therapy?
Therapy services are health care services aimed to treat specific problems, conditions, or diagnoses. The coaching part of this ADHD course for parents is not psychotherapy or a health care service. The goal of parent coaching is to improve the relationship between you and your child, increase your understanding of their needs, give you knowledge about practical strategies, and provide you with tools to meet your own goals.
How many parents will be in the cohort?
I want to keep groups small so that everyone gets the support they deserve. That way, we’ll focus on what’s most important to members of each group. This cohort has a maximum of 12 registrants.
What if I can’t attend the group sessions live?
The live group sessions will be at 12PM EST on Thursdays – October 12th, 19th, 26th and November 2nd, 9th, & 16th. To get the most out of group sessions, I highly recommend you prioritize attending live, just as you would for any other important appointment. Of course, everyone’s schedules vary! Recordings of sessions will be available for your convenience and review.
My child is already working with a mental health provider on ADHD. Will this interfere?
No, it will likely be a helpful addition. Many mental health providers work with children individually. This Masterclass cohort aims to support parents with kids’ ADHD. The class contents draw on multiple evidence-based principles, and PCIT which is a commonly recommended treatment for ADHD. Feel free to have a conversation with your child’s mental health provider about how this cohort experience can further support your child’s treatment goals.
Can I do this if I live outside the US?
Yes, the Masterclass cohort is open to parents and caregivers worldwide.
ADHD Does Not Define a Child’s Potential for Success:
A List of 10 Famous People with ADHD
ADHD can certainly present challenges, but as parents, we must remind our kids and ourselves that these challenges don’t define our potential for success. Just as I have seen many clients’ children flourish despite the difficulties, there are numerous notable individuals who have reached the pinnacle of their fields while managing ADHD. Click here to learn about some of the most famous people with ADHD and see how they may have harnessed their unique strengths.