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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.

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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.

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By PhoebeKate87 - Apr 27 2020
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This podcast along with it’s sister podcast Hacking ADHD (15 minute episodes) has had a huge impact on my life. As someone that is well read in ADHD and strategies, I have tried other ADD podcasts that could NOT hold my attention. This podcast helps me feel connected to the wider ADHD community as well as helping me stay in touch with strategies that make an enormous difference in my life. Can’t recommend this podcast enough.

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By Juneinflames - Dec 31 2019
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Even when a topic doesn’t relate to me, I still learn something useful or inspiring

iTunes Ratings

698 Ratings
Average Ratings
644
26
10
10
8

Impactful

By PhoebeKate87 - Apr 27 2020
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This podcast along with it’s sister podcast Hacking ADHD (15 minute episodes) has had a huge impact on my life. As someone that is well read in ADHD and strategies, I have tried other ADD podcasts that could NOT hold my attention. This podcast helps me feel connected to the wider ADHD community as well as helping me stay in touch with strategies that make an enormous difference in my life. Can’t recommend this podcast enough.

Really Helpful

By Juneinflames - Dec 31 2019
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Even when a topic doesn’t relate to me, I still learn something useful or inspiring
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ADHD reWired

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Rank #1: 59 | ADHD and Marriage

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An ADHD marriage consultant, therapist, and author of a number of related books, Melissa Orlov stops by to discuss common problem areas, issues of intimacy, handling of conflicts, what to know when entering a relationship with ADHD, and more. Host Eric asks Melissa some marriage-related questions as posed by the ADHD reWired community. Go to erictivers.com/59 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode. Get a $25 discount off Melissa's new course on recovering intimacy with the code "rewired". Go to her website, , and look for the course on the front page. Take Eric's survey for his upcoming ebook and be entered to win a prize: Go to to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is most likely starting in early May. Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: . Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting – the basic service is totally free. For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit Visit for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Apr 14 2015

1hr 13mins

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Rank #2: 228 | An ADHD and Non ADHD Couple

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On this episode, I am joined by two guests in my studio.  These two people are in, what we are calling, a “mixed (almost) marriage,” where one of the partners has been diagnosed with ADHD.  Emily and Josh, a couple from Chicago, have been together for three years and sat behind my mics for this conversation.    Josh has ADHD and Emily does not.  He was diagnosed with ADHD right before they met, so his journey has coincided with their relationship.  Josh works as a support engineer at a tech company and codes on the side for fun.  Emily works at a non-profit for middle and high school girls.    In this conversation, you will hear Josh and Emily share the techniques and strategies they have discovered and created to have a successful mixed relationship.  The discussion includes their stories, their experiences, and their intentional efforts to overcome. You’ll Learn: [06:25] - Josh talks about his diagnosis.  He met Emily a few months later, and he recounts his first impressions and conversation.  [09:00] - Emily and Josh talk about the step of moving in with each other.  Emily explains what it was like to move in with someone with ADHD.   [12:12] - Emily shares a tip she learned on this podcast.  [14:25] - We talk about self-awareness being part of executive functioning.  [17:00] - Emily talks about the discoveries they have made.   [20:16] - Emily shares that Josh is quick to look at the system, and look for a solution that involves technology.  [23:50] - Josh shares two changes he’s made with technology that has helped them.  This leads to a discussion on setting alarms.  [27:30] - Josh and Emily share what they have learned from each other.  Emily says that Josh has helped her leave open space on her calendar.   [30:26] - Emily gives some advice to the neurotypical person in a mixed marriage.    [33:32] - Emily talks about the idea of suggesting someone “try harder” or “focus more.”  [40:53] - Emily and Josh explain how they have names for features of ADHD.    [48:40] - Emily says if you are with someone who was diagnosed as an adult, they are probably beating themselves up for things that have happened over the years.  [49:45] - Josh explains that Emily pauses and gives Josh time to come up with the words to convey what he is going through.  He provides an example.  [56:23] - Emily explains “the true step one.”  [59:37] - Josh shares what he finds challenging about Emily, as she is neurotypical.  He goes on to explain how people with ADHD have an advantage with systems in this time of technological intrusion.  [1:05:50] - Emily describes some strategies that help her in this relationship.  Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:    ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group  Our fall season of the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group will begin September 24th.  Registration dates and times will be announced later.  If you’d like an email to let you know when registration is opening, sign up at    Support the podcast on Patreon  Patreon allows listeners like you to support content creators like me.  With a monthly contribution, you can get access to different levels of perks.  One perk example is our Patreon-only Adult Study Hall.  Learn more at    ADHD reWired Facebook Group:  If you would like to join the ADHD reWired secret Facebook group, go to  and fill out an application.  Productivity Q&A  Get your ADHD questions answered live!  These Q&A sessions take place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30pm.  Go to.  Want to be a guest?  Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call .

Jul 24 2018

1hr 15mins

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Rank #3: 181 | Emotional Regulation and Shiny Objects with James Ochoa

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This Week’s Episode:  James Ochoa returns to the podcast on this episode. James is a licensed professional counselor and the author of .  He is the founder and Director of the Life Empowerment Center in Austin, Texas. James offers action-focused counseling and executive coaching to help his clients discover ways to empower themselves in all areas of life.  His passion is treating the emotional distress of ADHD so clients can build their internal worlds using their imagination to manage their attention challenges.   In this conversation, you will hear James talk about emotional regulation.  He discusses the concept of emotional distress syndrome and the stress model, which involves distress and eu stress.  James shares how micro-meditations in the middle of the day create the activation of the kinesthetic muscle and how that activity helps keep us in balance.  He shares how slowing down actions by 25% at any given moment puts the mind in a state of pause and contemplation.  You will hear helpful strategies that are customizable and easy to implement.    Connect with James Ochoa:  Website -   LinkedIn -   Twitter -   You’ll Learn:  [04:02] - I share what has been going on in my life, which includes a recent move, working on becoming a minimalist, and trying to find an office space.  [17:00] - James shares that he has been diving into the emotional distress of ADHD. He explains that this is a balancing factor.    [20:03] - James shares that he came up with the concept of emotional distress syndrome, a low-grade post traumatic stress.    [21:07] - James would like people with ADHD to think about the stress model from a two component system, distress and eu stress.   [23:13] - James talks about handling eu stress and moving forward.  [25:41] - I share that I recently listened to a guided meditation with poor audio quality and I was able to shape this into a really good experience.   [27:12] - James talks about elevating meditation to a higher level of need.    [33:19] - James shares that as he walks on the beach, he will close his eyes.  He explains that it helps keep him connected to himself.   [35:00] - James talks about Emotional Distress Syndrome. He explains micro-traumas and why it is critical to understand them.  [37:36] - James states that it is important to customize and personalize strategies that work.  [42:24] - James explains the shiny object du jour.  [47:51] - James would like to develop a professional consultation model, and he talks about this.   [51:50] - James talks about a new podcast series he is working on. It will be called “The Complex.”   [56:24] - James follows up on our conversation when he was on the ADHD reWired Hot Seat the last time he was on the podcast.   [59:41] - James shares that exercise has been difficult for him and customized short-term goals have helped him.  Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:    ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group  The 10th season of the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group is now full. If you would like to join the waitlist go to .  The 11th season of the group starts on January 8th. When I have details on early registration, I will let you know!    Support the podcast on Patreon  Patreon allows listeners like you to support content creators like me.  With a monthly contribution, you can get access to different levels of perks.  Learn more at    ADHD reWired Facebook Group:  If you would like to join the ADHD reWired secret Facebook group, go to  and fill out an application.  Productivity Q&A  Get your ADHD questions answered live!  These Q&A sessions take place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30pm.  Go to.   Want to be a guest?  Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call .

Aug 29 2017

1hr 7mins

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Rank #4: 202 | Women and ADHD with Linda Roggli

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Linda Roggli joins me on this week’s episode. This is Linda’s third appearance on the podcast.  She is a professional certified coach, award-winning author, founder of the ADD Diva Network, and co-founder of the ADHD Women’s Palooza, which is just around the corner.  Linda is an expert in later-life ADHD. Linda is a popular speaker at national and international conferences and has coached 100s of women. In this conversation, you will hear Linda share the role that estrogen plays in ADHD behavior.  This is something that a lot of OB GYNs don’t know about.  She also shares information on her observational study that you can participate in.  This could be an awakening and explain as much as an ADHD diagnosis. Linda also talks about the upcoming ADHD Women’s Palooza conference.  This leads to a discussion on the importance of connecting with other people.  Linda explains how Women’s Palooza offers the opportunity to connect and speak with others. Connect with Linda Roggli:  Website -  You’ll Learn: [03:10] - In Episode #199, I talk about my year in review.  I share that I would like to bring music back into my life and give you access. [13:18] - Linda talks about attending a conference last week and hearing details a lot of interesting research.  She talks about how it was clarified for her that ADHD is not about willpower. [17:44] - Estrogen plays a huge role in your ADHD behavior, Linda explains. [24:26] - We talk about stimulant medications being with severe depressive episodes. [25:46] - Linda shares that most OB GYNs don’t know about the role of estrogen in ADHD. [34:40] - Linda talks about her survey, which is a deep, observational study. [36:45] - Linda shares a conversation she had with a presenter at this conference.  This woman is setting up a world-wide study. You can donate at  [43:17] - We talk about the importance of connection with other people.  Group work has helped us achieve results we never saw without connecting with other people. [43:33] - Linda explains that ADHD Women’s Palooza was created to bring people and information into one place. [47:15] - Linda shares that the Women’s Palooza offers the opportunity to connect and speak with each other through a phone interface. [49:52] - Linda encourages you to go to use  to connect with local people. [51:38] - Linda talks about organizing the Women’s Palooza without Terry, her counterpart. [57:16] - Linda recently finished one of Stephen Hinshaw’s books, and he is a featured speaker at this year’s Women’s Palooza. [1:06:52] - Linda says that there are health issues that people with ADHD struggle with at a higher rate. [1:09:00] - Linda talks about purchasing 33 sets of necklaces and earrings. Your Resources: - Stephen Hinshaw Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:  ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group  Early registration of our 12th season of the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group is now open. To learn more and schedule your interview, .  Early registration pricing is limited to the first 18 people. Support the podcast on Patreon  Patreon allows listeners like you to support content creators like me.  With a monthly contribution, you can get access to different levels of perks.  Learn more at  ADHD reWired Facebook Group:  If you would like to join the ADHD reWired secret Facebook group, go to  and fill out an application. Productivity Q&A  Get your ADHD questions answered live!  These Q&A sessions take place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30pm.  Go to. ADHD Women’s Palooza   I will be one of the presenters at the 3rd annual Women’s Palooza!  Join me and over 30 other ADHD experts at this conference.  This is an online event, and you can catch all of the sessions and the replays.  Learn more and register at  Want to be a guest?  Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call .

Jan 23 2018

1hr 18mins

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Rank #5: 152 | Dr. Russell Barkley Research on Updates and What Loved Ones Need to Know About You

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This Week’s Episode: Joining me for this week’s episode is Dr. Russell Barkley.  Dr. Barkley is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina. He is a clinical scientist, educator, and practitioner who has published 23 books, rating scales, and clinical manuals. He has also published over 270 scientific articles and book chapters related to the nature of assessment and treatment of ADHD and related disorders. In this conversation, you will hear Dr. Barkley talk about his new book, . This leads to an interesting discussion on attachment and relationships with people diagnosed with ADHD.  In the second half of this conversation,Dr. Barkley shares a lot of the recent findings on gender in ADHD, adult onset, neuroimaging, genetics, environmental factors, and psychosocial treatments. Connect with Dr. Russell Barkley: Website - You’ll Learn: [07:13] - Dr. Barkley explains why he wrote the book, . [09:42] - In this book, Dr. Barkley talks about family members creating a safety net without enabling. [12:19] - Dr. Barkley talks about being an expert in the area of ADHD and having family members with that diagnosis. [15:03] - Dr. Barkley talks about the research of James Prochaska in the willingness of a patient to engage in the change process.  Dr. Barkley lists the different stages. [18:07] - Many people that don’t have ADHD don’t want to acknowledge ADHD, even if someone they love is diagnosed. [20:00] - Dr. Barkley addresses a question from a person that is in a relationship with someone that displays symptoms of ADHD, but will not get tested or adopt different strategies.  Dr. Barkley explains how handle these types of situations. [28:45] - Dr. Barkley answers a question from Tiffany.  She asks how ADHD impacts attachment and relationships.  Dr. Barkley also explains some of the risk areas that women with ADHD find themselves in. [32:40] - Dr. Barkley also describes some of the consistent characteristics linked to males with ADHD. [34:23] - Dr. Barkley talks about recent findings on women with ADHD and he shares his opinions on the role of gender with ADHD. [39:44] - Dr. Barkley talks about adult onset ADHD.  He explains that these self-reports are unreliable and inaccurate. [51:36] - Dr. Barkley shares some thoughts on the power of accountability for individuals with ADHD.   [53:59] - I have seen growth and development from people that participate in the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group. Dr. Barkley gives me some tips on showing this is an effective clinical intervention. [57:45] - Dr. Barkley talks about some new research that he’s recently learned about. [1:02:23] - Dr. Barkley believes we are 2-5 years from neuroimaging diagnosing cases of ADHD. [1:04:40] - Dr. Barkley talks about advances in the genetics of ADHD.   [1:08:55] - Dr. Barkley talks about the role of environmental factors in the ideology of ADHD. [1:10:42] - Dr. Barkley shares some new developments in psychosocial treatments. Resources: Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles: ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group! You can save $450 by registering now for one of our spring sessions for the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group.  Early registration ends on January 31st.  Go to and schedule a call if you want to join.   Productivity Q&A Get your ADHD questions answered live!  These will continue in 2017 on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30pm.  Go to . ADHD Women’s Palooza Women are diagnosed with ADHD much later in life. The 2nd Annual ADHD Women’s Palooza will be happening February 6th-11th.  This is a free event and you can register at ADHD Friendly Guide to Understanding Insurance Go from “WTF!” to “Done!” with our three-part series.  Jessica Stillwell will be presenting the information and answering all of your questions. Go to to register! ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group Do you want to improve your productivity, develop better habits, and experience the true power of accountability from members of our own tribe?  Learn more at . Want to be a guest? Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call .

Jan 24 2017

1hr 19mins

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Rank #6: 309 | Rethinking Adult ADHD with Dr. Russell Ramsay

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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 with many articles with issues relating to ADHD.  How do we break down tasks to make them more actionable? Listen as Eric, and Dr. Ramsay discuss Cognitive Behavior Therapy, the difference between agency and efficacy, automatic negative thoughts, and core beliefs. Dr. Ramsay also shares that there are no trade secrets with coping strategies; the issue is with implementation and follow-through. Eric wonders if clients can be taught to change the questions they ask themselves and instead of being discouraged because all of something does not work, look and see if a part of it will work, look at the smaller picture.  Listen in as Dr. Ramsay shares the difference between procrastination and front end perfectionism, along with general cognitive disorders in the general population versus overgeneralization with ADHD. Dr. Ramsay says that it is ok to start toward something with the end in mind, but remember to implement the next incremental step to reach the goal.  Eric and Dr. Ramsay both share some extraordinary information about ADHD. Even though Cognitive Behavior Therapy sounds hard, these two break it down into layman terms so that we can all understand it. Small steps with realistic expectations can help you reach whatever goal you want to achieve. You'll Learn: [02:47] Dr. Russell Ramsay, welcome back to the show! [03:09] Dr. Ramsay why are we rethinking adult ADHD? [05:40] He speaks about the main cognitive theme in CBT [Cognitive Behavior Therapy]. [08:04] Dr. Ramsay discusses a scale that measures distorted positive thoughts. [09:57] Do you know the difference between agency and efficacy? [12:30] Dr. Ramsay speaks about automatic negative thoughts and core beliefs. [15:45] There are no trade secrets for coping strategies we know they work, the problem is implementation. [18:06] How do we break down tasks to make them more actionable? [28:56] Dr. Ramsay addresses the overgeneralization of distortions in positive and negative ways. [31:46] Eric wonders if maybe clients should be taught to change the questions they ask themselves. [33:17] Dr. Ramsay says that writing is hard for everyone, so if you can sequence your thoughts conversationally, it can help you express things in a more precise way. [34:20] Are there differences in general cognitive distortions in the general population versus overgeneralization with ADHD? [37:02] Dr. Ramsay speaks about procrastination and front end perfectionism. [38:03] Dr. Ramsay shares some areas of perfectionism that many people do not recognize and productive procrastination. [41:04] What something you can do behaviourally even though it is not actionable? [47:44] Dr. Ramsay discusses the unrealistic expectations of reality, lowering the bar of sufficiency. [50:30] Organizing behavior across time towards an outcome that we want to achieve. [51:33] Dr. Ramsay says to start with the end in mind but implement the next incremental step toward your goal. [53:51] How long does it take for replacement thoughts to become automatic? [56:39] Dr. Ramsay gives examples from a study of framing bias and remarks that framing a task so that it is actionable makes it seem more natural to accomplish. [57:43] Dr. Ramsay, do you have any final thoughts for our listeners? [59:28] Thank you so much for being on the show today. [1:00:41] If you're a regular listener, consider becoming a patron and on our Patreon at Find Dr. Ramsay: by J. Russell Ramsay

Feb 18 2020

1hr 4mins

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Rank #7: 190 | Emotions, Accepting ADHD, and Productivity as a Feeling with Noelle Matteson

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Noelle Matteson joins me on this week’s episode of ADHD reWired.  Noelle has lived in various places around the United States and the world.  Her background is mostly in writing and publishing.  She has an M.A. in Shakespeare Studies, and she has published a short book on the Civil Rights Movement, .  Noelle currently writes for Healthy Place’s blog, Living with Adult ADHD. In this conversation, you will hear Noelle share her ADHD story.  Like most of these stories, this starts back with Noelle in school.  Because of her success in school and the structure of her schooling, she did not recognize her ADHD symptoms.  She talks about a therapist identifying these symptoms, her reaction to this news, and her experiences with medication.    Connect with Noelle Matteson: Twitter - Blog - Blog -   You’ll Learn: ● [07:30] - Noelle shares her background with us.  She talks about a therapist identifying her ADHD symptoms. She explains that her first reaction to this news was “shock.” ● [12:35] - At that time, Noelle was looking for work and her therapist.  Her therapist shared with her that her ADHD was holding her back in this effort to get a job. ● [16:06] - Noelle talks about meeting her psychiatrist and trying medications for her ADHD. ● [18:16] - Noelle shares her religious background and how this shaped her opinions on medication. ● [27:14] - Noelle talks about being overwhelmed with how the medication helped her. ● [31:08] - Noelle points out that she needs to remember that she still has ADHD and those tendencies, even when she’s on medication. ● [33:28] - Noelle talks about moving from being overwhelmed to the point of acceptance.  ● [34:47] - Noelle did well in school, and she explained why this fact, and the structure of her schooling, led to her not recognizing her ADHD symptoms. ● [37:27] - Noelle started on medication in April.  She talks about how it is impacting her life now. ● [45:27] - Noelle shares her list. ● [57:33] - Noelle talks about productivity and organization. ● [1:00:48] - Noelle explains what productivity “feels like” to her. ● [1:04:18] - Coming back from breaks can be difficult, and Noelle talks about this step in productivity. ● [1:08:28] - Noelle is now thinking ahead, and she discusses some of her aspirations and goals.   Your Resources: Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:   ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group October is ADHD Awareness Month, and we are kicking off with early registration for the 11th season of the ADHD Coaching and Accountability Group.  January 8th is the start date for this season, and you can go to my website and reserve your registration time.  Registration is November 14th through the 25th.  To learn more and schedule your interview, .   Support the podcast on Patreon Patreon allows listeners like you to support content creators like me.  With a monthly contribution, you can get access to different levels of perks.  Learn more at   ADHD reWired Facebook Group: If you would like to join the ADHD reWired secret Facebook group, go to and fill out an application.   Productivity Q&A Get your ADHD questions answered live!  These Q&A sessions take place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30pm.  Go to .   Want to be a guest? Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call .

Oct 31 2017

1hr 18mins

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Rank #8: 250 | Best Productivity Episode Yet with Emily Parks

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The guest of this episode is Emily Parks.  Emily is a productivity consultant and the owner of Organize for Success.  She is an Evernote certified consultant. A lover of technology, Emily can help with prioritization, email, calendar management, and everything else that we could all use help with.   In this conversation, you will hear Emily share a ton of super helpful tips and strategies.  This is a can’t-miss episode if you would like to become more efficient in areas of your life with things like digital clutter, time-blocking, and email.  At the end of the episode, you’ll even hear Emily share some tips specific to this holiday time of the year. Connect with Emily Parks Website - You’ll Learn: [02:26] - “Our brain is made for thinking, not remembering.” [03:28] -  Emily shares her answer to “What’s the best tool for remembering things?” She shares a few reasons she loves Evernote. [05:36] - Emily says that she uses Evernote as her external brain. [07:19] - When it comes to Evernote, Emily never recommends having too much of anything.   [08:57] - Emily shares tips on naming folders in Evernote. [10:54] - I describe my “1-2-3 Hack.” [12:42] - If using the subject line is too overwhelming, you can rename your default notebook and use it as an inbox to hold items for processing. [15:38] - “One is the most productive number” is Emily’s line of thinking behind having people do an audit [24:57] - We tend to scatter our organization.  Emily talks about managing this clutter. [27:27] - Emily addresses the issue of social media notifications. [31:00] - It’s easy to get sucked into the neverending stream of videos on Facebook.  Emily shares how to keep yourself from falling into those traps. [34:49] - Emily encourages me (and all of us) to do our daily wrap-up. [43:11] - Daily planning is very important for people with ADHD, and Emily gives tips on staying on track.   [51:20] - Emily talks more about time-blocking methods. [57:26] - Emily and I share a hatred of email.  Emily shares some tips and tricks related to email. [1:00:35] - Emily gives a few tips on keeping phone calls short in length. [1:03:00] - Email: Checking vs. Processing [1:07:24] - Emily talks about staying productive and on-task during the holidays. Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles: ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group Registration for the winter session of our ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group is almost over. There may be a spot or two left!  To learn more or RSVP for the group registration, go to .   Support the podcast on Patreon Patreon allows listeners like you to support content creators like me.  With a monthly contribution, you can get access to different levels of perks.  One perk example is our Patreon-only Adult Study Hall. Learn more at ADHD reWired Facebook Group: If you would like to join the ADHD reWired secret Facebook group, go to and fill out an application. Productivity Q&A Get your ADHD questions answered live!  These Q&A sessions take place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30 pm.  Go to . Want to be a guest? Hey, What about you?  Do you have a story? Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call .

Dec 18 2018

1hr 18mins

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Rank #9: 215 | 4 Motivators with Lisa Alexoff

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Lisa Alexoff is an experienced licensed clinical professional counselor with a demonstrated history in the mental health and healthcare fields.  She specializes in helping children, teens, adults, and families in dealing with ADHD, anxiety, and medical issues.  She enjoys collaborating with clients as they discover the next best steps on their journey to a healthier life.    In this conversation, you will hear Lisa’s ADHD story.  Right now, the group of people being diagnosed with ADHD at the highest rate is women over 40.  This was when Lisa realized she has ADHD.  We talk about some of the developments in ADHD diagnosis in women.    The bulk of this discussion revolves around motivation.  Lisa explains that ADHD is about energy management. If we can put our energy in the right place, we can be successful.  Lisa tells us that we are motivated because we are blissed, dissed, or pissed.  We each share some of our strategies for motivation, and some of these could be defined as Lisa’s “woo woo” strategies.    Connect with Lisa Alexoff:  Email -   Phone - 847-962-1639  You’ll Learn:  [08:21] - Lisa introduces herself, and describes her “former lives.”  [10:36] - Lisa was in grad school in her early 40’s and realized that she has ADHD.    [13:34] - Lisa explains that she doesn’t get the desired effect from stimulants.  This leads to a discussion on medication.    [20:34] - I share my current medication cocktail.  [22:23] - We talk about developments in ADHD diagnosis in women.    [24:45] - Lisa explains how motivation works for people with ADHD.    [25:28] - Lisa says that people with ADHD experience three forms of motivations.  They need to be blissed, dissed, or pissed.    [27:10] - Lisa talks about being in a classroom during one of the first school shootings.  [30:45] - Lisa shares that one of her clients said that he is most motivated when he is desperate.    [32:25] - I share my new approach, “diversify joy by scheduling joy.”  I also talk about my struggles in March, and how my response has helped me.  [36:16] - Lisa talks about paying for a personal trainer.  We consider what the motivational framework would be to stay on schedule with the trainer.   [44:41] - We talk about finding motivation if you’re not blissed, dissed, or pissed.  [47:55] - I explain that part of being successful when you have ADHD is being able to push through a task when you don’t feel like doing it.   [51:00] - Lisa shares that we should focus on our top five priorities.  [54:34] - I share that things can drop off your to-do list.    [56:00] - We both share our distaste of paperwork, and talk about other work tasks we struggle with.   [1:02:37] - Lisa talks about the things you can do when you’re in a self-destructive mode.   [1:05:50] - Lisa shares the “woo woo” things she does.   Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:    ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group  We are trying something a little different with our ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group this summer.  This summer, I’ll be hosting our first 8-week intensive, called “One Big Thing.”  These groups will fill up quickly.  For more information, go to .  Support the podcast on Patreon  Patreon allows listeners like you to support content creators like me.  With a monthly contribution, you can get access to different levels of perks.  One perk example is our Patreon-only Adult Study Hall.  Learn more at    ADHD reWired Facebook Group:  If you would like to join the ADHD reWired secret Facebook group, go to  and fill out an application.  Productivity Q&A  Get your ADHD questions answered live!  These Q&A sessions take place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30pm.  Go to.  Want to be a guest?  Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call .

Apr 24 2018

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Rank #10: 111 | ADHD Strategies with Doug Puryear

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Dr. Doug Puryear, over the last few years, has established himself a blogger an author and an advocate for ADHD people and professionals. Doug provides real life strategies for those with ADHD to learn ways to cope with the problems they have has a result. In this episode, one of the ADHD community’s heroes, Doug Puryear joins the ADHD reWired virtual studios. This is truly one of the most amazing episodes we have ever put out. Doug shares details of his life seemingly without fear or reservation. This certainly is among the more powerful episodes of ADHD reWired. Doug speaks about his childhood with ADHD and the abuse he suffered. Doug battled most of his life with ADHD and was not aware of it until age 64. Doug has a new book out called “The Bully” This is the story of Doug going from being a bully to being the fun-loving guy so many have come to love Website: Facebook: Facebook profile LinkedIn: Blog:

Apr 12 2016

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Rank #11: 212 | I Take My Pills Because... with Jessica McCabe and Edward Newton

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Joining me on this episode are Jessica McCabe and Edward Newton.  Jessica is the creator of the extremely popular and successful .  She recently did a  that has over 10 million views!  Edward has a background in television production and has played a large role in the success of How To ADHD.    On this episode, you will hear Jessica and Edward talk about how How To ADHD has grown since they were last on the podcast.  They also share the backstory behind her Ted Talk, including how the talk was put together and executed.  Jessica has also organized a grassroots campaign in response to the Netflix documentary, “Take Your Pills.”  We discuss why this film isn’t accurate and does a disservice to those who would benefit from ADHD medication.  Connect with Jessica McCabe and Edward Newton        You’ll Learn:  [05:07] - Jessica talks about being asked to do a Ted Talk.   [07:32] - Jessica started How To ADHD about a year into their relationship.  Edward stepped in to share his expertise with video production.    [09:30] - Jessica shares how Edward helped craft the ending of her Ted Talk.   [11:10] - Edward tells his version of the Ted Talk story.  They admit to writing the second half of the talk on the plane.    [16:55] - Jessica explains how time restrictions impacted her talk.    [17:59] - Jessica describes what it was like to see a million views a day on her video.  [20:58] - Since the last time she came on the podcast, Jessica and Edward have been able to go full-time with How To ADHD.   [25:18] - We discuss some ADHD cooking tips.   [28:00] - With around 100 videos completed, Jessica shares how their videos are evolving.  [35:37] - Jessica and Edward talk about his ADHD characteristics and diagnosis.    [38:53] - We talk about the Netflix documentary on the abuse of ADHD medication, Take Your Pills.    [41:46] - Jessica explains that this production is painting everyone with a broad brush and did not draw a distinction between people diagnosed and appropriately prescribed medication and those who may have been abusing it.   [45:29] - Jessica and Edward talk about how this film misrepresented ADHD meds and compared it to meth.    [47:25] - Jessica talks about her response to this film, including the hashtag #ITakeMyPills.  [49:40] - We talk about the idea that medication should be a last resort, and how this is not what the research says. We also discuss how safe these medications are.  [54:43] - I share that my brain is like a clock and how it operates differently with and without medications.  Jessica shares the positive effects of her starting medication.  [56:35] - Jessica describes her grassroots campaign to change public perception of ADHD medication.   [1:00:17] - Jessica shares how you can tell your own story about meds helping you.  [1:05:28] - I share that this is the 4-year anniversary with ADHD reWired.  [1:08:18] - Jessica shares how much time they invest in each video.   Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:    ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group  Registration of our 12th season of the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group is now over.  If you would like to join the waiting list for our spring season, schedule a call with me at .  The spring session begins April 9th.  Our summer session begins July 9th.   Support the podcast on Patreon  Patreon allows listeners like you to support content creators like me.  With a monthly contribution, you can get access to different levels of perks.  One perk example is our Patreon-only Adult Study Hall.  Learn more at    ADHD reWired Facebook Group:  If you would like to join the ADHD reWired secret Facebook group, go to  and fill out an application.  Productivity Q&A  Get your ADHD questions answered live!  These Q&A sessions take place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30pm.  Go to .  Want to be a guest?  Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call .

Apr 03 2018

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Rank #12: 108| Getting Organized with Shelly Collins

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ADHD ReWired Episode 108. Meet Shelly Collins Shelly has been organizing businesses, homes, and people since 2011 She does what she loves for a living every day. “Organizing is a means to an end: being organized gives me the time, room, and clarity to live a life I love.” Shelly Collins Hear from Shelly: I have a great sense of humor. I hope you do, too. Organizing doesn’t have to be scary or depressing. I love laughing my way through a session with my clients. It makes the time pass quickly and makes the work seem fun! That doesn’t mean you won’t have a bad day or a tough session, but I’ll be there to help support you so we can get back to laughing through our sessions. Organizing can be fun. I promise. Yes, I am a real person! A really real, really non-judgmental person. My house gets messy too. Sometimes my office looks like someone set off a paper bomb.  I truly believe that sometimes you need a fresh set of eyes on your space when you are too overwhelmed to organize on your own, which is why I occasionally call in reinforcements by hiring an organizing colleague to help dig me out of my own mess. Clients often ask me if they are the worst case I’ve ever seen. Honestly, there is no worst – you are an individual and your situation is unique. I can assure you, though you may look at your space and only see clutter, I’m busy thinking ahead to the many organized possibilities. Contact:    Memberships:  Active member of the since 2011 Active member of since 2011 Subscriber to the since 2013 Member of the Education: Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Summa Cum Laude Honors – Lindenwood University 4x Attendee: NAPO National Conference (2012-2015) 1x Attendee: ICD National Conference (2014) Graduate: Coaching Essentials – Coach Approach for Organizers Graduate: Foundations Courses – Coach Approach for Organizers Graduate: Graduate Course, Coaching the ADHD Client – Coach Approach for Organizers Industry Leadership:  Currently serving as POINT Committee Chair for NAPO National Currently serving on the Corporate Associate Member Advisory Council for NAPO National Served on the Nominating Committee for NAPO National (2014-2015) Former Director of Professional Development for NAPO-St. Louis (2012-2014) Former Vice President for NAPO-St. Louis (2013-2014)

Mar 22 2016

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Rank #13: 101 | Stress Reduction and ADHD

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Stress and stress reduction are the topics at hand, as Diane Dempster of Impact ADHD walks through ways those with ADHD can better manage themselves while under stress. Problem-solving, storytelling, emotional triggering, and resiliency are all addressed during Diane's discussion. Go to erictivers.com/101 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode. If you want more information about the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group, go to coachingrewired.com. For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m

Feb 02 2016

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Rank #14: 94 | ADHD, Sex, and Intimacy Survey Results w/ Ari Tuckman

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Psychologist and therapist Ari Tuckman shares the results of a survey he conducted on sex and relationships in couples where one has ADHD. Surprised by some of the results, Ari delves into some of the most interesting questions and answers brought to light by the nearly 3,000 respondents' answers and provides sound advice and perspective on the role motivation, scheduling, pornography, and more can play in a relationship. Eric his hosting a free webinar on on December 21, 2015 at 1 PM (GMT-6) Central Time (US/Can).  Go to erictivers.com/94 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode. Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group. For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Dec 15 2015

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Rank #15: 55 | ADHD Sex and Intimacy with Ari Tuckman

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Psychologist and author Ari Tuckman discusses with us how sex and intimacy intersect with ADHD. Ari delves into common sex-related relationship issues ADHD couples encounter and provides an informed perspective with potential strategies, responses, and various factors to consider. Topics range from dealing with the dichotomy between those with and without ADHD, how people's style of processing information can affect their relationship, introducing new sexual thoughts to a partner, and more. Go to for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode. Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: or  . Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting – the basic service is totally free. For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit Visit for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Mar 16 2015

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Rank #16: 03 Top 7 tools for tracking and monitoring your time

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In this episode we will discuss 7 tools -- 3 of them apps to help you get better at tracking time.  I will also talk about the top 5 lies people with ADHD tell themselves and really believe.

Apr 06 2014

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Rank #17: 102 | Forgetfulness, Mindfulness, & Science

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High-school science teacher and yoga instructor, Alex Hofeldt is a high-energy individual. Open and honest, Alex shares the story of his own tribulations through school before becoming a teacher himself, what drives him to continue learning and teaching science, and how mindfulness practices can be worked into the classroom. Go to erictivers.com/102 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode. Go to meetme.so/erictivers to schedule a free 20-minute consultation with Eric if you're interested in the next Coaching and Accountability Group. Or, if you want more information about the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group, go to coachingrewired.com. For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Feb 09 2016

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Rank #18: 282 | Mastermind Session: Doing Stuff You Don't Feel Like Doing - Madeline

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Welcome back to another mastermind episode. Today we have Madeline in the hot seat as we work through the issues she has been facing with getting more done and having productive free time. We discuss ways that she can get more done while still playing video games but also doing things in her free time that restore and rejuvenate not just kill time. This mastermind begins with a discussion on how to break through and do the I don’t wanna’s, ways to help Madeline do her chores, study and how “I’ll do it later” is just a lie we tell ourselves. They talked about what they feel like when they think I don’t wanna, is it resentment because you have to do it?  Is there guilt because you feel the resentment? Madeline is given some great advice in this mastermind! Listen in and learn some fantastic tips to manage your I don’t wannas, learn to rewrite the script in your head and make the I don't wannas into a positive outcome.. You’ll Learn: [02:04] Welcome back! Madeline is in the hot seat on this episode. [02:16] Everyone is introduced by Eric. [03:04] Madeline tells us what she wants to Mastermind today. [03:58] Has Madeline done research on whether play is part of productivity?  [05:26] Does anyone feel rejuvenated after using technology?  [12:27] Madeline talks about how she likes to do non productive things first thing in the morning. [25:49] We are back from the break and dive into working through the transitions of I don’t wanna’s. [27:51] What video game has Madeline played that does make her feel good? [32:52] We now shift to how to be more productive and how to beat the I don’t wannas. [32:58] What are Madeleines key I don’t wannas that she is struggling with? [35:17] What chore does she do that when it is done she it makes her feel really good? [42:02] How can we help Madeline do her chores like drying dishes, scooping kitty litter and decluttering her desk? [46.38] Stopping the I’ll do it later syndrome. [54:19] Is there a degree of opposition when someone asks you to do something? [55:58] Madleine needs to learn new scripts in her mind and use scripts to do it. [58:24] What's the equivalent of wiggling the pinkie finger for the tasks you don't wanna do? [1:03:12] How is accountability brought into the situation? [1:09:29] After listening to what has been discussed, what things does Madeleine think she can commit to? [1:11:17] Final thoughts? [1:12:27] If you’re a regular listener, consider becoming a patron and click on our Patreon button at Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles: ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Groups The 16th season of the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability groups are ending soon.  ArC 17 Summer Sessions run July 11th – Sept. 19th. We only have 9 spots remaining. Please visit to learn more and sign-up for our Last Scheduled Registration Event on June 11th at 3 PM CT.  You don’t want to miss it! Support the Podcast on Patreon Patreon allows listeners like you to support content creators like me. With a monthly contribution, you can get access to different levels of perks.  One perk example is our Patron-only Group Coaching Sessions. Learn more at . ADHD reWired Facebook Group: If you would like to apply to join the ADHD reWired Secret Facebook group, go to and fill out the application. Productivity Q&A Get your ADHD questions answered live! These Q&A sessions take place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30 PM CT. Go to Want to be a guest? Hey! What about you? Do you have a story? Are you a coach? Are you an ADHD Clinician? If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, .

Aug 06 2019

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Rank #19: 246 | Adult ADHD Assessments - Part 1: My Results with Laurie Peterson M. Ed, MA, LPC

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On this episode, I am joined by Laurie Peterson.  Laurie is the owner and director of Diagnostic Learning Services in Plano, Texas.  Laurie and her group assess and diagnose students and adults with ADHD, Dyslexia, and other learning disabilities.  Laurie was diagnosed with ADHD in her late 20s. In this conversation, you will hear Laurie and I discuss the battery of diagnostic assessments she administered to me.  You will hear us discuss the verbal comprehension, perceptual reasoning, working memory, processing speed, and memory assessments I took.  We describe what these tests are, and what my results tell Laurie. Connect with Laurie Peterson: Website - You’ll Learn: [04:08] - Laurie shares her ADHD story.   [06:37] - Laurie talks about how she views and approaches the diagnosis when she meets with people.   [09:02] - I describe the battery of tests that Laurie did with me. [09:56] - Laurie explains why she looks at verbal comprehension when assessing for ADHD.  This leads to a discussion on how I am more of an “audio reader.” [14:23] - Laurie puts the scoring of these texts into context, and how scores can improve. [17:14] - We discuss how “verbal regulation” is where impulsivity and the organizing of ideas meet. [18:08] - Laurie talks about some vocational options for people who score higher in verbal comprehension testing. [19:20] - I scored in the “very average” range of perceptual reasoning. I explain why this surprised me.  Laurie explains this realm of the testing. [24:52] - Laurie talks about vision therapy, which retrains the muscles in your eyes. [32:01] - The next domain we cover is “working memory.” [37:43] - Processing speed is a domain in which I scored “below average.”  Laurie explains that score is common for people with ADHD. [43:18] - Coding and symbol search were two subsets that I didn’t enjoy.  I explain why I struggled with these. [46:42] - Laurie explains the adult memory test. [51:00] - Laurie describes the kind of background information she gathers. [53:00] - Laurie shares a few areas where my wife and I have different perceptions of my skills. [57:07] - I confess I thought, “What if I don’t have ADHD?”  Laurie confirms that I do have ADHD. Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles: ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group Registration for the winter session of our ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group is now in full swing. The next registration event is Thursday, November 29th at 3pm Central.  To learn more or RSVP for the group registration, go to .   Support the podcast on Patreon Patreon allows listeners like you to support content creators like me.  With a monthly contribution, you can get access to different levels of perks.  One perk example is our Patreon-only Adult Study Hall. Learn more at ADHD reWired Facebook Group: If you would like to join the ADHD reWired secret Facebook group, go to and fill out an application. Productivity Q&A Get your ADHD questions answered live!  These Q&A sessions take place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30 pm.  Go to . Want to be a guest? Hey, What about you?  Do you have a story? Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call .

Nov 27 2018

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Rank #20: 271 | Russell Barkley on Life Expectancy and ADHD Part 1

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Russell Barkley joins me for the third time as a guest on my podcast.  He is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the Virginia Treatment Center for Children and Virginia Commonwealth Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia. Board certified in three disciplines: clinical psychology, clinical child and adolescent psychology, and clinical neuropsychology. Russell is a clinical scientist, educator, and practitioner with 23 published books and 41 editions, more than 290 scientific articles and chapters related to the nature, assessment, and treatment of ADHD and related disorders. He is the founder and editor of the newsletter “The ADHD Report”. He has spoken at over 800 events and has been recognized for his contributions. ADHD and Russell’s work has sometimes been considered “over pathologizing”, however, his message is to get the science out for those with ADHD so these individuals can get proper treatment and lead healthy lives. Russell has learned how ADHD is a bigger factor in life expectancy than the big five killers put together. His goal is to get people to take ADHD more seriously to avoid negative outcomes which are correlated with not treating ADHD. Genes related to nicotine addiction and smoking, which are identified as ADHD genes, in and of themselves reduce life expectancy. Your lifestyle habits with ADHD are modifiable and, with positive changes, can expand your life expectancy. The higher the level of conscientiousness, the better lifestyle choices, and higher life expectancy. Your Resources | Dr. Barkley’s website | How you can make a difference on outcomes | Russell’s book for those who live with adults who have ADHD You’ll Learn: [04:02] Russell is welcomed to the show and explains his “why”. [05:45] Why ADHD is considered the “diabetes of psychology”. [07:15] How Russell conducted research for his book “ADHD for Adults” and why this led to his research on life expectancy and ADHD. [10:35] Reduction in life expectancy based on time of diagnosis. [12:41] Putting reduction in life expectancy in focus related to other health care factors. [14:48] How ADHD genes reduce your life expectancy, outside of the other factors studied. [23:30] Conscientiousness is stopping to contemplate the outcomes of your actions to effect and self-regulation as a factor of a healthy lifestyle. [26:36] The best predictor of your lifespan is conscientiousness. [27:38] Self-regulation and executive functioning measures and how this affects life expectancy. [29:10] Creating cues in your environment for self-talk, self-imagery which creates self-regulation. [31:12] Addressing the underlying problems of self-regulation and self-control to create the basis for change. [32:22] Develop self-compassion in order to move forward and obtain your goals. [33:33] Message which resulted from Dr. Barkley’s research. [35:12] Primary care physicians need to understand the underlying problem and take a different approach to changing behavior. [38:16] How you can bring this information to your primary care physician’s office. [40:10] It’s OK to be vulnerable in disclosure and have the courage to talk to others about ADHD. Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles: ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group Early registration for ADHD reWired’s Spring season of our online, video-based coaching and accountability group has ended, and the groups are full. Our next registration signups begin May 10th.  To sign up on the email list, which allows you to register on May 7th, visit . ADHD Women’s Palooza Encore packages of this amazing conference are available for only $97!  That includes audio and video downloads, as well as abridged transcripts. Learn more at Support the podcast on Patreon Patreon allows listeners like you to support content creators like me.  With a monthly contribution, you can get access to different levels of perks.  One perk example is our Patreon-only Adult Study Hall. Learn more at ADHD reWired Facebook Group: If you would like to join the ADHD reWired secret Facebook group, go to and fill out an application. Productivity Q&A Get your ADHD questions answered live!  These Q&A sessions take place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30 pm.  Go to . Want to be a guest? Hey, What about you?  Do you have a story? Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call .

May 21 2019

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