Brenda Rubin, M.A., BCC
Board Certified ADHD/EF Coach
Brenda is passionate about working with students of all ages, cheering them on, as well as their parents. She cares deeply for families who have "out of the box" children, as she has experienced the challenges of raising her own neurodiverse children. Her compassion for those walking this journey is apparent in her coaching approach. A cheerleader for all children - from toddlers to teens to college students - she believes no child is “broken”. She desires for families to find peace and for kids to find self acceptance. Empowering clients to see their potential, inner strength, and also use the necessary skills and tools they need to find their way, gives her great joy.
When she isn’t coaching, Brenda is home with her supportive husband, two wonderful kids and a precious dog. She enjoys exercising, traveling, volunteering and spending time with her family and friends.
Brenda is a Board Certified Coach under the Center of Credentialing and Education. She obtained her B.A. in Psychology from Lehigh University and M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Monmouth University. Also a graduate from the International Coaching Federation-accredited JST Coaching & Training program, for teens and college students. Specialties include working with individuals who have experienced trauma, ADHD, ASD, anxiety, emotional dysregulation, sensory disorders, behavior disorders, learning differences, and much more.