Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life. Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from telephone conversations, not recorded in a studio. Register to participate in the live webinars at: additude.com/tag/webinar
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Best ADDitude Magazine podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best ADDitude Magazine podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Understanding the ADHD brain and how it affects social skills can decrease the shame and increase opportunities for meaningful connection. Caroline Maguire, M.Ed., presents research-based strategies for improving your people skills.
Your child's school has canceled classes, and you are worried about an academic freefall and/or having to play the homework police all day — while working from home. Ann Dolin, M.Ed., helps parents learn how to structure this unstructured time.
Joel Nigg, Ph.D., discusses the types of dietary changes hypothesized to affect ADHD symptoms, the science behind synthetic food dyes’ effect on ADHD, and how adults or parents can remove food dyes from the diet.
During the school year, your child puts in superhuman effort to meet academic expectations. You don't want him to lose the progress he's made, yet know he needs a break. Susan Kruger, M.Ed., explains how to strike the right summer balance.
Maureen Bechard, M.S., and Karen Huberty, M.Ed., teach parents how to pinpoint their child's or teen's executive function deficits, and how to work with them to address those areas of weakness together.
Cannabis is one of the most widely abused substances among people with ADHD, yet many parents & adults erroneously assume that using it is safe — even medicinal. Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D., discusses the effects of marijuana on the developing brain.
In our go-go-go society, productivity tips abound — but most won't work for your ADHD brain's wiring. Linda Walker, PCC, shares the science that explains why you struggle — and unique strategies that really will help you get more done.
Patrick LaCount, Ph.D., presents research on exercise's influence on our brains' structure and function, making the case for physical activity as a natural treatment. Listeners will also learn practical strategies for building exercise into their lives.
Parenting a child with ADHD is challenging — even more so when Mom has ADHD, too. Overwhelmed parents often wonder: How do I help my kids stay organized when I’m always losing things? Terry Matlen, LMSW, ACSW, offers strategies — and reassurance.
Gaming delivers multimodal stimulation and immediate feedback, which explains why so many children with ADHD can spend hours zoned out in front of a screen. Randy Kulman, Ph.D., and James Daley share practical strategies for setting screen limits.
ADHD and autism affect peer relationships – and many children have symptoms of both. Mark Bertin, M.D., guides parents in sorting out what is causing your child's friendship challenges, and how to best support social skills growth and success.
Jonathan Posner, M.D., discusses recent advances in the neuroscience of ADHD, including how neural systems and brain regions differ from those in individuals with a neurotypical brain, and how ADHD treatments impact those brain systems.
We don’t have time to fold T-shirts into precise squares; we need strategies and tricks that will get us back on track to acceptable tidiness. Linda Roggli, PCC, explains why ADHD brains are predisposed to disorganization and how to create a system that works for you.
People with ADHD often struggle with anxiety, either as a co-occurring or a secondary disorder. This anxiety drains your energy and makes managing your ADHD even more difficult. Lidia Zylowska, M.D., shares mindfulness techniques to dial down the worry.
Now is the perfect time to regroup and make changes that will ensure a more successful second half of the school year. Sharon Saline, Psy.D., shares strategies for better mornings and bedtimes, managing screen time, avoiding homework hassles, and more.
Edward Hallowell, M.D., and John J. Ratey, M.D., highlight the counterpoint to Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria (RSD) — the soaring enthusiasm and energy of Recognition Responsive Euphoria (RRE). Learn how to tap into RRE and share its gifts.
Few clinicians receive adequate training in how to use ADHD medications. William Dodson, M.D., explains how to work with your doctor to fine-tune your medication and dose for optimal performance and minimal side effects.
A new diagnosis of ADHD can bring relief from understanding the neurological roots of your or your child’s actions and behavior — but also confusion, overwhelm, and questions. Ari Tuckman, Psy.D., answers many of the most common ones.
John Mitchell, Ph.D., explains the similarities and differences between Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), the structure of sessions and skills taught, and the typical time frames for seeing benefits.
An ADHD diagnosis can explain, finally, all those struggles over household chores and daily misunderstandings. Melissa Orlov elucidates why there's so much frustration and anger, and offers communication strategies that can tame it.
Are you exhausted by the time you leave the house in the morning? You are not alone! The challenges individuals with ADHD face on a daily basis add up. Michele Novotni, Ph.D., shares proven strategies to help you meet these challenges and live happily.
If you have ADHD, your risk of developing depression is four times greater than it is for those without the disorder. Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D., discusses the link between these conditions, and first-line psychopharmacological and psychotherapy treatments.
Research suggests that screen use impacts ADHD symptom severity at two distinct developmental stages — at younger ages and in the teen years. David Anderson, Ph.D., teaches actionable strategies to manage screen time at home and in school.
People with ADHD have to think outside the neurotypical box to boost productivity; we need to be interested in the task and use tools that are in sync with our differently wired brain. Linda Walker, PCC, shares ADHD-specific approaches to get things done.
Adults with undiagnosed ADHD may come to believe that we are fundamentally flawed. This shame impairs our self-esteem, our relationships, and our outlook on life. Join Linda Roggli to learn how to forgive yourself and leave shame behind.