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Best Adhdcoach podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Adhdcoach podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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The podcast for adults with ADHD. Hear stories, learn strategies, and get great productivity tips as we talk about the real-life struggles and what it takes to achieve success. Host, Eric Tivers, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, coach and entrepreneur (with ADHD) in private practice. Eric interviews a variety of guests. Many are people just like yourself, as well professionals, entrepreneurs, and ADHD experts.
 
ADHD Support Talk Radio is an award winning Podcast for Adults with ADD / ADHD. Co-hosts Tara McGillicuddy and Lynne Edris are joined by Adult ADHD experts and they cover important topics related to Adult ADD / ADHD. Podcast guests include Dr. Edward Hallowell, Dr. Stephanie Sarkis, Dr. Ari Tuckman, Laurie Dupar, Terry Matlen and many more.
 
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With our own emotions taxed during this time of pandemic, it's easy to misunderstand how our children are living through this same experience. These emotions of fear and uncertainty are amplified for them, and figuring out how to talk about both the disease and the isolation as unique events is becoming more critical in helping them to understand w…
 
Does humor help you get through insane moments in your life? Eric and Jessica wanted to do this special episode to give you the listeners some ideas on what you can do to stay sane during this uncertain time in the world, and humor is at the top of the list along with exercise and staying in touch with the ADHD community. They share the alternative…
 
We're living through a time of crisis. The pandemic is of course the global medical crisis. But inside each of us, we're living through our own, individual crises. If you're living with ADHD, you're likely keeping an eye on the horizion ... the ADHD Storm of the Century is on us. That's why we're so lucky to have our friend James Ochoa back on the …
 
Telephone anxiety is its own special breed of Social Phobia. As such, it brings a raft of psychological and behavioral baggage that is not specifically part of the ADHD catalog. Throw ADHD into the mix and you have a new concoction, one that celebrates the fear of navigating the phone with the distraction and rejection sensitivity that we’ve all co…
 
If you live with ADHD you know the precarious line that you can walk between fact and fiction. Whether you’re tempted to lie to yourself about what you’re capable of in a given time period or lie to your boss about what you’ve accomplished this week, the instinct to make those around you feel better by smoothing the edges of reality is strong. This…
 
Has your ADHD meds made a difference in your life? Listen as and his guest, , discuss this and much more in this episode of . Jordan is a semi self-employed professional tattoo artist and single parent. He was diagnosed with ADHD about two years ago and is just now learning how profoundly his ADHD has affected his life and relationships and is poss…
 
In part 2 of our special podcast on pandemic anxiety and ADHD we’re talking about the more practical fears that crop up around this unprecedented transition: how do you work from home? That makes it sound far more simple than it is… take it from us! As two people who have been working from home for more than a decade, we know just how complicated i…
 
We interrupt our regularly-scheduled podcast to inject a couple of ideas in your path today. In this first episode, Dr. Doug Herr is back to talk about the anxiety and stress that comes with living with the unknown. This week, Dr. Doug joins Nikki and Pete to talk about our emotions, but not by belittling them or running from them or even moving th…
 
Do you think you’re a terrible artist? You probably do, and that’s a limiting belief so stop saying that about yourself. That’s an episode for another day. Today we’re going to help you see yourself as something different… maybe not an artist, but certainly someone capable of having more fun taking notes, engaging in information, and learning. We’r…
 
Forgiveness and acceptance are critical when learning to manage your ADHD while remembering it is a rollercoaster, and the goal is to make the ups and downs a little less extreme. This is just one of the topics we cover in our monthly Q & A session with guests Brendan Mahan and Will Curb. We are taking questions from you the listener about situatio…
 
In this podcast episode Tara McGillicuddy and Linda Hillger discuss the Power of Practice with Adults with ADHD. Tara and Linda talk about why it sometimes makes sense for adults with ADHD to attend a program or takes a class multiple times. Linda also talks a bit about the upcoming Adult ADD BootCamp | Organized and In Control. For over 20 years, …
 
Creative, out-of-the-box thinking and idea-generation can be a great strength for many adults with ADHD / ADD, but managing those ideas and actually taking action on them is a completely different story! We’ve all been there. Just as you’re getting “into the zone” on an important task, you have this random, great idea for a new side-hustle, or for …
 
Linda Walker is an ADHD Coach with a special niche: she works with entrepreneurs. If you’ve been listening to our ADHD at Work series wondering when we were going to get to the good stuff, to the budding titans of industry? Today’s your day. We talk about finding focus, figuring out what to do and when to do it, how to figure out what projects to w…
 
Do suspect you have , but you don't know for sure because you have to wait months for your diagnosis? That is precisely what Eric's guest Angela is waiting on. Listen as Eric and Angela discuss the challenges she is facing trying to cope with this while balancing school, work, and family life while also dealing with and Angela shares how watching t…
 
We’ve had so many great questions come in over our workplace ADHD series that we’re dedicating this week’s show to digging into them. We’re talking about building great systems, and why that might not be the right goal! We’re talking about relationships with your supervisor and your peers. We’re talking about rejection sensitivity and how you can m…
 
Have you ever just wanted to sit in a closet for some quiet time to study and eliminate distractions? Listen in as Eric and his guest Merage Ghane discuss why she did this, and many other topics on this episode of . Merage is a Clinical Psychology Ph.D. student in the eighth year of her PH.D. She shares her journey through being turned down many ti…
 
Can you take on a management or leadership position with ADHD? Absolutely! Not only that, the structure of management in many organizations can be the perfect fit for the way your ADHD brain works. But, it comes with a few caveats. This week on the show, Nikki and Pete are talking about some of the considerations that go into moving into a new role…
 
Breaking down the increments of time to organize behavior for people with ADHD is like driving in fog at slow speed. Listen to Eric and his guest as they discuss this, and many other topics on this episode of . Dr. Ramsay is the co-founder and co-director of the and an . He is also the author of five books, including the recently released , along w…
 
Co-host Lynne Edris talks with Reiki Master and Teacher, Rickie Freedman using Reiki to help find inner peace and calm with Adult ADHD/ADD. Learn about the Gentle Touch and Deep Healing of Reiki to help Balance and Ground your Energy, and find your place of Inner Peace. For over 25 years, with her focus on an Integrative approach to Holistic Health…
 
Getting the accommodations you need for your ADHD at work can be a tricky process. When it comes to navigating these waters, you’re your own best advocate. So, it’s important to learn the resources you have working for you, and the forces that can complicate your experience on the job. This week on the show, we’re talking about the Americans with D…
 
Have you ever heard anyone say, "lazy is learned helplessness brought about by a lack of skills"? This is just one of the topics we cover in our monthly Q & A session with guests Brendan Mahan and Will Curb. We are taking questions from you the listener about situations that you want to talk through. It doesn't matter if it's personal or profession…
 
We’ve already talked about how you’re going about managing the emotions that come with the job hunt in the last two episodes with Dr. Doug. This week, we’re moving into the direct experience of the job hunt. You may not know this, but our own Nikki Kinzer has an extensive background in human resources and has interviewed more people than she can re…
 
Were you aware that suicidal tendencies are more common in people with untreated ADHD? Listen to guest, , as he explains his findings and gives his insight into the research that supports these statistics. Roberto is a clinical psychologist and lecturer at the Department of Psychiatry at the . He also has a private practice in Lexington, Massachuse…
 
Procrastination and struggles with memory are hallmark characteristics of adults with ADHD. Co-host Lynne Edris talks about why understanding procrastination matters, and strategic solutions versus values solutions. Join us in the ADHD Support Talk community on Facebook to keep the conversation going! Coach Lynne Edris helps distracted professional…
 
We started the conversation last week with our guest, Dr. Doug Herr, with the assumption that you’re not working by some level of choice. But what if you’ve been fired, or your contract hasn’t been renewed, or you’re feeling trapped by evaluations that seem to be targeting your ADHD? This week, Dr. Doug is back to talk about managing the emotional …
 
There is healing power in being creative as Eric's guest, Roxanne Jarrett, can testify. Roxanne is a singer and coach who performs in five languages and provides one on one intensive services to help creatives with ADHD finish their dream projects. As an arts educator, she facilitates workshops on various subjects, including acting, videography, wr…
 
We’re kicking off our series on ADHD at work with an exploration of the emotional side of ADHD as you embark on the job hunt. If you’re in the middle of a search yourself, you know those feelings — rejection sensitivity rears its head and suddenly you lose track of who you are, the diversity of your experiences, and what you have to offer. Dr. Doug…
 
Welcome to episode 305 of ADHD reWired a mastermind session with your host Eric and a panel featuring Roxy, Tina, and Will. Aggie is in the hot seat, talking about expectations around communication and establishing boundaries around her need for it. She also wants to set boundaries when it comes to her phone and other areas daily so that she feels …
 
While living with ADHD/ADD is often frustrating and exhausting and defeating at times, acknowledging and paying attention to our positive characteristics and our strengths is an essential part of learning to manage our shortcomings. In this episode, co-host Lynne Edris talks about having a balanced perspective in how we think about ourselves and ou…
 
We’re not big fans of “resolutions” around these parts. Living with ADHD, the stereotypical resolution is a recipe for frustration that doesn’t address the heart of the New Year energy: driving a change in your behavior over the long term to change something meaningful in your life. This week on the show we’re talking all about building realistic a…
 
This is our monthly Q & A session with guests Brendan Mahan and Will Curb. We are taking questions from you the listener about situations that you want to talk through. It doesn't matter if it's personal or professional, we are here to give you our perspective and see if we can help you find some answers. Our first question is from a listener who h…
 
In this podcast episode co-host Tara McGillicuddy talks about the importance of owning your truth and being realistic when you have ADD / ADHD. When you have ADHD being truthful about yourself is key to moving forward and making changes in your life. Tara also shares some examples of how owning your truth and being realistic can lead to positive ch…
 
Eric's guest on this episode of ADHD reWired is Kyle. Kyle is a nineteen, born and raised near Vancouver British Columbia and was diagnosed with ADHD, an attentive type in June of 2019. Since his diagnosis, he has learned a lot about himself, how ADHD affects him and many great and not so great things that life has to offer. He is on the show for s…
 
Welcome to the second mastermind session of ADHD reWired. Will Curb is in the hot seat this episode discussing his podcast with Roxy, Tina, Aggie, and of course, Eric. A mastermind session is where we have one person bring a topic that they want some help with, and everyone in the group will give their insight to help them with that particular topi…
 
Obviously, using time effectively and efficiently is a big struggle for many adults with ADHD and ADD. The good news is that working harder is not the solution! In this episode, co-host Lynne Edris shares her some of her favorite strategies for improving time management and productivity that will help you get more done without working harder. Coach…
 
This episode of ADHD reWired is one of two mastermind sessions that will be released this month. Tena is in the hot seat this episode talking about emotional dysregulation with Roxy, Will, Aggie, and of course, Eric. A mastermind session is where we take a topic or issue that someone is having a problem with and do a deep dive into it to help the p…
 
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