About Daniel G. Pruitt, Jr., SCAC, PCC
Daniel has been working as a professional coach at Parkaire Consultants since 1999. He helps adults with neurological impairments obtain their goals.
He holds the Certified Co-Active Coach designation (CPCC) from the Coaches Training Institute (CTI), the Professional Certified Coach designation (PCC) from the International Coaching Federation (ICF), and the Senior Certified ADD Coach (SCAC) from the Institute for the Advancement of ADD Coaching (IAAC).
Dan was, for six years, one of the four co-leaders of the ADD SIG on CTI’s Co-Active Network. He was, for two years, a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for the Advancement of ADD Coaching working to establish credentialing standards for the ADD Coaching community. He has served on the Professional Advisory Board for North Atlanta and Central Georgia CHADD and on the Board of Directors of the Tourette Syndrome Association of Georgia.
Dan has been a presenter at local, regional, national and international conferences on the subject of how neurological disorders impact performance and what to do about it.
He also illustrated and contributed to the book, Teaching the Tiger, by Marilyn P. Dornbush, Ph.D., and Sheryl K. Pruitt, M.Ed. In 2008 he started Parkaire Press, a book publishing company. He published Marilyn’s and Sherry’s newest book, Tigers Too, as well as Leslie Packer’s book, Find a Way or Make a Way, and Darin Bush’s book, Tiger Trails.
Coaching is a term that is being used in multiple settings at this time. Dan’s coaching is for adults who are interested in fixing the impact of their neurological disorders on everyday life.
Dan is associated with the following organizations:
- ADDA, Attention Deficit Disorder Association
- ACA, American Coaching Association
- ACO, ADHD Coaching Organization
- CHADD, Children and Adults with ADHD
- CTI, Coaches Training Institute
- GCA, Georgia Coaching Association, ICF Affiliate
- IAAC, Institute for the Advancement of AD/HD Coaching
- ICF, International Coach Federation
- TSFC, Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada