Generally, yes, if the child is articulate in conversation, twice exceptionality does not preclude coaching.
Twice-exceptional (2E) refers to individuals who are both gifted, and have a formally diagnosed disability (usually a learning difficulty).
Alan works with children who also have learning difficulties including concerns with auditory processing, sensory processing, speech and language impairments, or fine or gross motor delays.
Alan will usually refer out to specialists for those individuals with some neurodevelopmental disorders such as ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder, including Aspergers Syndrome as it was previously known).
Coaching is not a substitute for therapy or medical treatment. The founder of coaching, Thomas J. Leonard puts it another way:
“Coaching doesn’t make sick people well… it helps healthy people become extraordinary.”