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2e, or twice exceptional, students are undeniably bright, but often plagued by inconsistent performance due to interfering symptoms from ADHD or another diagnosis. Learn how to help 2e students strive and thrive from Lisa Dieker, Ph.D., and Joshua Dieker.
Children who have ADHD are at an increased risk for developing chronic tic disorders, including Tourette syndrome. John Piacentini, Ph.D., presents an overview of symptoms, co-occurring conditions, and treatment and behavioral interventions.
ADHD evaluations can be time-intensive and expensive, so it’s important to be educated about what options exist and what to expect. Norrine Russell, Ph.D., gives parents the questions they need to ask during and after the process.
Punishment may keep a child with ADHD on task in the short term, but it may carry serious long-term consequences for children with weak emotional regulation. Gail Tripp, Ph.D., shares positive reinforcement strategies to use at school and at home.
Have you incurred late fees on bills? Went to buy sneakers and came home with a kayak? Had to replace misplaced items? Rick Webster explains how emotions underlie spending decisions, and strategies to overcome financial obstacles caused by ADHD.
Does your child have a hard time with friends? Should you step in? And do what? As parents know, there is a fine line between interfering and supporting. Learn how to coach your kids toward greater social skills from Caroline Maguire, PCC, M.Ed.
The clutter that accompanies ADHD is often confused with a hoarding disorder. Learn the guidelines for diagnosing hoarding disorder, the link with ADHD, and treatment best practices from Carolyn I. Rodriguez, M.D., Ph.D., and Randy O. Frost, Ph.D.
Linda Charmaraman, Ph.D., shares what research tells us about social media use and mental health among kids and teens, including the elevated risk for depression, anxiety, self-harm, and more adverse outcomes among neurodivergent youth.
For students with anxiety, a new school year may elicit excessive worry and fear. If left unchecked, these anxieties can interfere with learning, growth, and happiness. Learn from Beverley Holden Johns how to identify and address a student's anxiety.
Lifestyle changes may help to manage ADHD symptoms in children, according to research. Sanford Newmark, M.D., offers tips on building healthy exercise and nutrition, time in nature, screen time management, and more into your child's day.
Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M., will guide parents in sharing information about ADHD and their child's strengths with the teacher. Educators will learn how to support their students. And parents and teachers will learn how to communicate openly and collaborate.
Maladaptive dreaming (MD) is gaining scientific recognition, though it is not yet a psychiatric diagnosis. Nirit Soffer-Dudek, Ph.D., defines the condition and highlights similiarities to and differences from the mind-wandering seen with ADHD.
Sheryl Morelli, M.D., Leslie F. Graham, MSW, & Douglas Russell, M.D., explain the integrated care model for ADHD—when primary care providers, behavioral health professionals, and school officials collaborate—and how it improves outcomes.
Some research and plenty of anecdotal evidence suggests that people with ADHD may be more vulnerable to toxic relationships. Stephanie Sarkis, Ph.D., explains why — and how to avoid being a target of gaslighting, love bombing, or other emotional abuse.
Emotional dysregulation is a core facet of ADHD, and is exacerbated by the elevated stress and trauma youth today are experiencing. Learn how to recognize and de-escalate your child or teen's strong reactions from William Dodson, M.D.
Children with ADHD often display low self-esteem and a general sense of pessimism. Robert Brooks, Ph.D., discusses how parents & professionals can counter these feelings with a strength-based approach that highlights a youngster’s "islands of competence."
Cheryl Chase, Ph.D., explains how trauma, stress, anxiety, and fear can disrupt and delay brain development, and what caregivers can do at home to help a child or teen move forward and avoid long-term adverse impacts on health, learning, and more.
How can patients know whether they’re getting quality online care for ADHD that is safe and effective? Maggie Sibley, Ph.D., explores best practices in the diagnosis and treatment of adult ADHD and in the delivery of telehealth and teletherapy.
ADHD can complicate the father-child relationship. Brendan Mahan, M.Ed., discusses how dads with and without ADHD can set a calmer tone at home, distinguish between a reason and an excuse in terms of ADHD and behavior, improve their relationship, & more.
Today's youth are facing a mental health crisis fed, in part, by a string of horrific school shootings & the ongoing trauma of the pandemic. Sharon Saline, Psy.D., helps parents talk with neurodivergent kids and keep them safe without increasing anxiety.
Comments (35)

David Mccracken

Good episode

Jul 10th
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David Mccracken

brilliant Podcast

Jul 9th
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Alexander Vargas

if only I had heard this before college

Apr 20th
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Haitham

One of the best ones I’ve listened to

Feb 21st
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Luke

great episode

Jan 7th
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SusieQ

I have an 11 year old son with an ADHD and ODD dx. I am grateful for the information this podcast provides. He is very intelligent and kind hearted but displays some out of bounds behaviors for sure. It's helpful to understand more of what he is going through.

Dec 8th
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Sarah Tanenbaum

I was so excited to see your podcast, and I'm so interested in what you have to say, but your microphone/sound quality is killing my ears.🙁

Oct 9th
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Patrick Walker

That woman smacking her lips after every statement is horrifying for ADHDers with sound sensitivity or misophonia.

Jun 28th
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Bryan Allen Smith

I have ADHD and some of the advice here would have completely sabotaged my life so I’m warning against this episode. For example using screens so much as a way to make the parents life’s easier instead of finding better solutions. It works in the short run but it’s like crack cocaine for me and I’m desperately trying to get a handle of my screen addiction as an adult. Check out Dr Gerry Chapmans (Famous for the 5 love languages) newest book about kids and screens. And I can continue but I just say that there are so many other good episodes that I just ask you to skip this one

Feb 1st
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Tom Arnott

Sort the audio its fucking unlistenable

Jan 27th
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Cheyenne Christine Naegler

The guest mentions slides. Is there somewhere that we can see these?

Dec 27th
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shaghayegh hatke

the voice quality is awful!!!

Dec 2nd
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Jacob Anderson

I thought I had the wrong podcast. seriously the voice? for people with ADD? I lasted until the guest started, thankfully... will skip the host from now on, if I keep listening...

Nov 25th
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Amber Rae Winstanley

well this has nothing to do with summer....

May 11th
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Stieven Lootens

explains everything that i do and what im feeling... i will try these from now on... thank you!

Apr 3rd
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Phx8166

This guy needs a speech coach badly. I’ve never heard so many umm and ahhs from a presenter, it makes it hard and distracting to absorb his information which is unfortunate.

Feb 3rd
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Storm

i found it very hard to keep focused during this podcast, because of the large amount of information and the enormous number of stop-words ... but i highly recommend the book mentioned in the introduction. it is a very structured step-by-step (self-)learning guide to being more mindful, even with an adhd-brain. i needed a lot more than the proposed 8 weeks, but it thought me what mindfulness is and how it can help me to steer my focus, and relax as a consequence of that.

Jan 18th
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dangdriver

The audio is terrible and very distracting!!! I got approximately five minutes in and had to shut it off , my mind is now popping like popcorn. Nnnnugh!

Dec 10th
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E. B.

good stuff!

Nov 14th
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Fawn Farrier

"Ethics Manual" is what we need. Thank you.

Aug 30th
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