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Alpha parents are confident and outcome independent. They focus on creating a safe, secure, and non-judgmental space for their child to explore, learn, and grow. Alpha's know that in order to teach their child how to navigate the world, they must model the behavior, habits, and skills they want their child to learn.
 
Welcome to the podcast, Full PreFrontal: Exposing the Mysteries of Executive Function hosted by Sucheta Kamath. Executive Function is a core set of cognitive skills that allow humans to focus attention, block out distractions, plan ahead, stay engaged, temper emotions, and think flexibly while creatively solving problems to fulfill personal and social goals. The prefrontal cortex region of the brain, which governs Executive Function, is often compared to an air traffic control system at a bu ...
 
The show details actionable guides, tactics, tricks and insights listeners can use to realize their potential. Firmsconsulting is a training company that finds and nurtures tomorrow’s leaders in business, government and academia via bespoke online training to develop one's executive presence, critical thinking abilities, high performance skill-set, and strategy, operations and implementation capabilities. Learn more at www.firmsconsulting.com
 
The Rewired Fitness Podcast discusses Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), and Neurodiversity! The show provides strategies that can help manage ADHD. I have been studying and learning about ADHD since 2015. I have read thousands of articles and am still excited to learn more about ADHD every day! I started the podcast to share what I have learned to help others. The episodes are inspirational and fun. An occasional tangent may happen! The podcas ...
 
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. Download the accompanying slide presentations here: additudemag.com/adhd-expert-webinars-index (look for the episode number). 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 s ...
 
ADHD is one of the most researched yet least understood conditions of our time. Living Beyond ADHD host, Dr B, is here to explore relevant information that just isn't making it from the experts to the general public, and to close that gap. Those diagnoses missed in earlier years and made in adulthood, add many burdens to the discovery. Failed marriages, bankruptcy, unemployment, academic failure, underachieving, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and a deep mistrust of self, are just the ...
 
Parenting advice that is backed by science! Join Cindy Hovington, Ph.D. in neuroscience and founder of Curious Neuron, as she chats with specialists in pediatrics, education, and research to discuss developmental milestones, behaviour, mental health, and education. Visit curiousneuron.com for our blog posts and follow us on Instagram (@curious_neuron) for weekly topics. Join the Curious Neuron weekly Family Meetings where we meet on Zoom to support our parenting journey.
 
Hi and welcome to the playful psychologist podcast with Emily Hanlon, where we will cover all things related to child and adolescent psychology! This weekly podcast explores topics related to child and adolescent psychology. It covers developmental disorders, self-esteem, resilience, emotional well-being, and more. Each episode will guide you to more information via The Playful Psychologist website including blog posts, free resources, and so much more!! The podcast’s website features releva ...
 
Parenting is not an exact science, but we explain the science behind it so you can parent with more understanding and less stress. Welcome to the Parent Lab podcast. We believe the secret to happier parenting is helping parents build confidence in their parenting skills and the ability to tackle any challenging situation.
 
Do you ever wonder if you're the only woman who runs errands in sweats so it will look like she went to the gym? Or how about the only mom who feeds her kids raw cookie dough and drives the kids to school in her PJs? Or if you're the only wife who “cooks” her husband cereal (or take out) for dinner? Do you need more laughter and less loudness, more self-love and less self-loathing, more joy and less judgment? You're not alone. Come to The Living Room, a place we get comfy, candid, and confid ...
 
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ADHD College Test Success 2021 - Congratulations, you're ADHD and attending college! You are ready for class! You are not great at taking tests. You have decided that you are going to have college test success! You will be better at test-taking and studying for them. ADHD makes it harder to remember the information you need to know. You might misre…
 
You just found out you're ADHD! You have no idea where to start to figure things out! This is the beginning of your journey with ADHD! Technically you are an ADHD beginner! You may have or may not have dealt with ADHD symptoms. However, you are just starting to learn all about ADHD! By the way, it is awesome that you know you have ADHD! It gives yo…
 
On February 18, 1981, Mr. Rogers asked Jeffrey Erlinger a 10-year old quadriplegic with multiple challenges to show the television viewers how his wheelchair worked and by celebrating Jeffrey with warmth and amazement, Mr. Rogers helped crystalized the modern neurodiversity movement. For a long time, normal and abnormal have been the only two concr…
 
Welcome to a brand new season of The Playful Psychologist podcast! I am so excited to be sharing some new content with you guys and have some great special guests lined up for this season! In this weeks episode, I explore grief and how to explain the death of a loved one to someone who has an intellectual impairment. In this episode, I discuss: How…
 
There are so many CFs joining the field, and there are also so many brand new SLPs that just finished their CFs! This is such an exciting time for all of you. I remember being there myself, and I have learned so much since then. I have had my fair share of lessons and made so many mistakes, so I am sharing the five tips that I have for brand new CF…
 
10 INCREDIIBLE Facts You Need To About Fitness and ADHD. What do you know about ADHD and exercise? You probably have heard that exercise is good for your body. You may not realize that fitness is awesome for the brain! Exercise has a lot of benefits for brain health and can be a great tool to help manage ADHD symptoms. There are facts you need to k…
 
10 AMAZING WAYS TO HANDLE ADHD AND FOMO. Most of the time when you mention ADHD, you also mention impulsivity. Many people with ADHD have issues handling it. If Impulsivity is an issue, then what about "The Fear Of Missing Out" or FOMO? FOMO should be considered an issue too! What can you do about FOMO when you have ADHD? How do you handle FOMO? Ha…
 
In this short interview, my guest, Holly, shares her biggest takeaways from the Alpha Parent Group Coaching Pilot. We talk about the online course, weekly group coaching sessions, and parent pods. Holly's Testimonial I found that Yulia's course was extremely helpful for me to return to my place of compassion for my child who suffers from a lack of …
 
In his 1890 seminal book, The Principles of Psychology, William James wrote, “There is no more miserable human being than one in whom nothing is habitual but indecision.” One such key form of indecision is procrastination; and research shows that procrastinators act as if there’s no future. There is a way however, to rein in the reckless disregard …
 
Your child doesn't need all the best "educational toys" for their development and wellbeing. In fact, in this episode, we argue that you, the parent, are the best educational toy. Being present with our babies and responding to them when they coo or babble. Going for walks with our newborns and stimulating their senses. Teaching them about the worl…
 
How do you help your students with their social skills? My guest, Kimberly Delude, and I are talking all about social skills and how to work on social skills through books in this episode. She is the perfect person to be talking to about this because she actually wrote her own books to help promote language growth and social skills. Kimberly Delude…
 
The Rewired Fitness Podcast - Episode 114 -10 ADHD Benefits Of Noise Cancelling. I have heard much about the benefits of Noise Cancelling Headphones for ADHD. I found that there are some amazing benefits to using them! When you have ADHD, you are always looking for any new tool that helps. I believe that Noise Cancelling is one of the best tools yo…
 
The Rewired Fitness Podcast Episode 113. Whether you have a job or looking for one, you should consider the work schedule the job requires. A flex schedule can be one of the best types of work schedules when you have ADHD. A flex schedule is much different than the normal 8-hour workday five days a week. In today's episode, an explanation of a flex…
 
Not now, later! These are three words we have come to value. The Marshmallow experiment from the 1960s popularized the idea of self-control and brought it into cultural consciousness; however, sometimes it has mislead us to think that kids who don’t wait for two marshmallows at the age of 4 might be destined to lead less fruitful lives. Instead of …
 
I know many of you in the schools are working with students that are also seeing children in private practices or outside therapy. There are also a lot of you that want to recommend students to outside therapy because they might not have qualified for school-based therapy. A lot of questions come up about these types of situations which is why I am…
 
In this episode we speak with Lisa Stephenson from Leeds Beckett University about Story Makers Company which aims to use stories to promote diversity and wellbeing in young people. We explore how creative spaces have reduced in schools and yet are hugely important for young people to develop a sense of agency and to have a safe space to explore emo…
 
What questions should I ask myself to raise a more conscious human being? What if a family member is teaching my child values that I don't agree with? My child is older, is it too late to start having such conversations? What if the conversation is uncomfortable to me? What are the gender stereotypes in my home? Where is the line between pushing an…
 
ADHD AND COLLEGE WRITING. College is fun besides all of the tests and the writing! Writing is something you will do a lot of in college. Writing in college with ADHD can be difficult! This episode is about college writing success. Here are my top ten steps to writing a college paper with ADHD. I hope this guide to college writing with ADHD is helpf…
 
Have you ever thought if ADHD has specific skills that can be an advantage? Skills that you may excel in when you have ADHD. I believe there are ADHD skills! Let's discuss "9 ADHD Skills And Their Advantages." What do you think about ADHD skills? You can watch podcast episodes on YouTube: https://the-rewired-fitness-podcast.captivate.fm/youtube Lik…
 
Do you bring a strong multicultural mindset to your classroom? This is so important because it allows us to create greater connections with the many different families and clients that we work with. My guest, Sofia Almeida, is joining us to talk all about working with bilingual students and English language learners. She is also giving tips to mono…
 
Does anybody have an inner voice? What to do when your inner voice becomes a source of anxiety, rumination, and negativity? What strategies can we use to calm the negative inner chatter when we are in distress? How does a child's inner voice develop, and how can parents help them to develop a positive inner voice? Join us as we chat about inner voi…
 
I have seen some documentaries made about ADHD. However, I have never seen a movie that has actors that portray a story about ADHD. If one was made, what would you like to see in the movie? While you think about that, here are 10 things I would like to see in a movie about ADHD. Note: The movie could focus on a multitude of things about ADHD. I pic…
 
ADHD and video games are common topics of conversation. Why does someone with ADHD hyperfocus on a video game they enjoy? Video games seem to be one of the things that someone with ADHD can focus on easily. Why is that? What makes video games different when it comes to ADHD? Here are some things you need to know about how video games and ADHD inter…
 
In his short story, The Girl Next Door, essayist and comedian, David Sedaris writes, “In the coming days, I ran the conversation over and over in my mind, thinking of all the fierce and sensible things I should have said.” To some extent, each of us are trapped in our own mind’s echo chamber like David Sedaris describes and if kept unchecked, liste…
 
In the season finale of The Playful Psychologist, I am joined by Jacquie Ward, from The Brave Space. Jacquie is a provisional psychologist who works with mothers of children who need a little extra support. In this episode, Jacquie answers questions around ‘sensitive children’ and how parents can best support them. In this episode, Jacquie answers …
 
Do you understand your role in supporting children who are D/Deaf and hard of hearing? If not, we are talking all about this with my guest, Sydney Bassard, from The Listening SLP in this episode! Sydney is a pediatric speech-language pathologist with a clinical focus in working with children who are deaf and hard of hearing and literacy. She's pass…
 
Should you have a hobby (or outlet) when you have ADHD? How do you pick a good hobby? What are the benefits of a hobby when you have ADHD? All of these questions and more will be answered! Let's discuss the 10 reasons you should know about having a hobby when you have ADHD. You can watch the podcast on YouTube: https://the-rewired-fitness-podcast.c…
 
Ever wonder if there are superheroes that have ADHD? What are your guesses for which superheroes have ADHD? How would you tell if a superhero had ADHD? Are there some superheroes that it is easy to tell if they have ADHD? Let's discuss and see if you agree or disagree with my choices for 10 Superheroes Who May Have ADHD. You can watch the podcast o…
 
On this week's episode of The Playful Psychologist, I explore executive functioning skills and how you can help kids develop strong executive functioning skills. This episode is based on a blog post, written for my website, by Alexandra Finkel from NYC. You can follow @kindmindstherapy for more information on Alexandra and her clinical work. Execut…
 
“You stupid idiot!” Most of us in the civilized world would refrain from using such hurtful and aggressive language when addressing others. However, if someone were to be a fly on our mind’s wall and hear the things we say to ourselves, they might be horrified. When individuals face challenges, encounter failures, and make fools of themselves, the …
 
What does executive functioning have to do with speech-language pathology? SLPs are able to work on many skills under the executive function umbrella including task initiation, focus, time management, working memory, task completion, organization, self-regulation, and more. Although it is a newer topic in our field, we are able to work with student…
 
In this episode Dr Kate Rice Warnell explains how the social cognitive skills of those in middle child can contribute to social anxiety. We explore the complicated world of social cognition, theory of mind and mind mindedness and discuss how skills in these areas may contribute to social anxiety in young adolescence. We consider how different skill…
 
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