About Us

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Christine L. Robinson, M.Ed. Founder/President ADD Action Coach, Inc.

Passion, focus and personal experience drove Christine to start her own company focusing on ADHD Coaching and educational consulting/advocacy.  After her own child was diagnosed with ADHD and dyslexia, she went back to school to earn her Master's in Education to help navigate her own child's educational struggles.  Along the way she met Dr. Edward Hallowell who introduced her to the ADHD coaching field and she knew she had found her passion.  Christine is also a cognitive remediation specialist, certified in both the Cogmed program and Happy Neuron.  She believes that the mind body connection is the key to life balance and that cognitive abilities can be improved with prescribed cognitive and physical exercises.

Christine has spent over 12,000 hours coaching children, teens, adults, couples and college students.  She received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Clark University and her Master's in Education from Fitchburg State University graduating summa cum laude.  As well as having her private practices in Nashville and Clarksville Tennessee she also is associated with the Hallowell Center in New York City.

A certified teacher and master coach who also has over 20 years of sales and management/leadership experience, she is considered an expert in her field of ADHD, special education, advocacy work and individualized education plans.  Christine also has her own training program for those who would like to add coaching to their existing practice or start their own ADHD coaching business.   

We work with many college students remotely all over the U.S. and internationally.  For in person on campus appointments, we work with Vanderbilt University, Belmont University (both in Nashville TN), Austin Peay University in Clarksville TN as well as Murray State University in Murray, KY.  

Vanderbilt University has listed our services and placed us on their Community Resource page (see link below):


https://www.vumc.org/pcc/person/christine-l-robinson-med


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Scott Voos, M.S. Certified Coach

Scott Voos has worked in higher education and in a student affairs capacity for the past 10 years and is extremely familiar working with students at all levels of the academic performance spectrum and social constructs. Engagement ideas and motivational connections to purpose are what fuels Scott’s conversations. 

A certified Life Coach through the Academic Coaching EDU program and Lifebound LLC, Scott developed a heart of becoming a champion for young adults and those with executive functioning and learning differences.  In addition to the College Life work experience, Scott maintains an active life in his local community by participating in several social service programs; including the creation of his own nonprofit entity Be Able Community Inc. Be Able has a mission of educating and empowering local citizens to be productive members of their community, by realizing the power of utilizing their strengths and self-advocating for their wellbeing. 

Scott holds a B.S. degree in Sociology and an M.S. degree in Educational Psychology. Scott is also a qualified administrator of the Cultural Development Inventory and able to facilitate workshops as a testing administrator. Scott is a father of two elementary aged students, Indie and Crew who completely fill his heart with joy. 


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Why Wait?

"Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it.  The time will pass anyway."

-Earl Nightingale 

We work to empower our clients and introduce them to dynamic strategies to enhance their own self awareness and natural strengths. We help those with: ADD/ADHD Executive Functioning Issues, Dyslexia, Learning Differences, and Asperger's. Those looking to achieve better Health/Wellness/Life Balance, Help with Managing Technology and Increasing Productivity. Need help managing your household? Please consider Parent Coaching to learn strategies on helping children/teens manage technology, homework and more! Technology can do harm to children and teens- please take it seriously! My upcoming article in Attention Magazine focuses on the harms of technology in our society and especially its impact on small children. Please call for more information!

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