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The last year has been traumatic. For all of us. In some way or another, we've been impacted by COVID and it's upended our lives. We're talking about transitions on the show in this series and…
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It’s the first in our series on transitions and we’re taking on a plague of ADHD: Task Switching. The worst part? You might not even know you struggle with it!
We're continuing our family series on the podcast with our dear friends Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster of Impact Parents. Together, they have taken their ADHD coaching and evolved their work…
Today on the show we’re talking with Drs. Mark Bertin and Karen Bluth, authors of “Mindfulness and Self-Compassion for Teen ADHD.”
We started our conversation with Dr. Norrine Russell with a plan in mind. We wanted to talk with her about the systems and processes she uses with her clients at Russell Coaching to support…
Today on the show we're talking to the kids.
Ok, not all the kids. We're starting with our kids, because they're ours, they live with ADHD, and they're pretty astute humans.
There are some things…
We’re continuing our exploration into ADHD and families and this week we’re sharing a whole batch of tips from your peers on everything from alarm systems to meal planning!
Dr. Michelle Frank returns to introduce us to The Gottman Method, an approach to relationship therapy that just so happens to be uniquely suited to addressing ADHD in relationships.
It’s the end of the road ... for this season. And to celebrate we’re taking a walk down memory lane for the shows that made the most impact on us, the guests that gave of their time to our com…
Friendships are already hard with ADHD. What happens when you’re also living with social anxiety and rejection sensitivity? That’s this week on The ADHD Podcast.