Women with ADHD in Midlife

It’s not early Alzheimer’s! Learn why women with ADHD become even more frenzied, frazzled, forgetful and overwhelmed as hormonal changes exacerbate their underlying ADHD. Find out what you can do to become more calm, centered and confident. Dr. Carol RobbinsCarol Ann Robbins, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of…

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Creativity, Strengths and Islands of Competence in Adults with ADHD

So many people with ADHD crave a creative outlet, but where do you begin? How do you stay on track? Co-host Lynne Edris is joined by children’s recording artist, Jesse Friedberg (AKA Jesse Jukebox) to talk about the importance of using your strengths, creativity and your own “islands of competence” when you’re an adult with…

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Your Financial Future with Adult ADHD

Rick Webster joins co-host Lynne Edris to talk about Your Financial Future with Adult ADHD. Learn how small steps and changes in the way you think about yourself and your relationship with money, and simple tips, can change your financial future.  Rick Webster, CEO and Founder of Rena-Fi, Inc. has spent the last two decades…

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The Mysterious Paradox of Being a High Achiever with ADHD

Co-host Lynne Edris is joined by Casey Dixon to discuss the Mysterious Paradox of Being a High Achiever with ADHD. Listen as they talk about how people with ADHD can become high achievers, and how people who are already high achievers can have ADHD.  Casey Dixon is a Life Coach who focuses on science-based, innovative,…

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A New Take on Success and ADHD

Co-host Lynne Edris is joined by ADHD Executive Coach Cameron Gott to discuss success with ADHD from a different perspective. Listen as they talk over the importance of finding your community, and three areas to concentrate our efforts so that we can be more successful and fulfilled. Cameron Gott is an ADHD Executive Coach, mentor…

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The Bullet Journal Method

Co-host Lynne Edris talks with Ryder Carroll, the creator of The Bullet Journal Method and New York Times bestselling author, about how to declutter your mind with pen and paper. Listen as Ryder shares how the method helps support our minds, about his own ADHD journey, and why he says there would be no Bullet…

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ADHD and Self-Awareness Blind Spots

Many people with ADHD have a strong aversion to paying real attention to their own processes and thinking. This avoidance of self-awareness becomes a blind spot that keeps them from reaching meaningful solutions. Without tracking their own intentions and results — especially the “failures” — people never gain self-awareness beyond a superficial level. So they…

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Managing your Energy with Adult ADHD (aka The Icicle Problem)

Co-host Lynne Edris is joined by Tamara Rosier to discuss managing your energy with adult ADHD / ADD. They discuss different kinds of energy, the “Icicle Effect” of wasted energy, and strategies to you make the most of your energy so that you have it when you need it. Tamara Rosier, Ph.D. has been a…

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ADHD Group Connection to Shift Energy and Focus

In this podcast episode co-host Tara McGillicuddy talks about how group connection can help to shift energy and focus for Adults with ADD /ADHD. She also talks about both the Pomodoro Technique and the Body Double Concept as tools to help adults with ADHD get more done. Tara also expresses gratitude to participants of her…

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New Diagnosis, Autism Spectrum Disorders and Adult ADHD

Co-host Lynne Edris and guest Diane Délina talk about the impact of a new ADHD Diagnosis, and Diane’s new dual diagnosis of ADHD and ASD.  They provide some insights into ASD and ADHD/ADD characteristics in adults that may surprise you and give you more insight! Diane Délina was almost 40 when she learned that she…

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