ADHD Podcasts

ADHD Podcasts

All Things ADHD and ADHD 365

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October 12, 2022 33 min

Several aspects of ADHD, such as distractibility, impulsiveness, issues with organization, under planning, and emotional regulation can affect eating habits. How can parents help children with ADHD create and maintain healthy eating habits that will stay with them for life? In this episode, Mark Bertin, M.D., a developmental pediatrician, shares how ADHD can make healthy eating habits difficult to maintain, signs that indicate diso...

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ADHD can influence emotional regulation skills, organizational skills, and one’s ability to make and maintain social connections. These symptoms can create a negative impact when they interfere with a father’s ability to manage his own life and his children’s lives. In this episode, Dr. Carey Heller, Psy.D. discusses the best interventions for men with ADHD, tips for how to overcome common challenges that arise when you have ADHD a...

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Your child constantly loses homework, misses deadlines, and procrastinates about starting assignments until the last minute. Why is this happening and what can you do to help them develop the skills they need to stay motivated, organized, and on top of assignments? Executive function skills are at the root of it all, and they take time to learn and master. In this episode, Ann Dolin, MEd, shares strategies and tips that caregivers ...

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Parenting any child comes with rewards and challenges, especially when your child has ADHD. However, if the symptoms of ADHD—disorganization, emotional irregularity, difficulty staying on task—go unmanaged, they cause disruption to family life, creating stress and anxiety for everyone. In this episode, Dr. Carey Heller talks about behavioral strategies that can help you manage a child’s ADHD at home, especially during the summer br...

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For students with ADHD, the transition from high school to college is a time for them to show their independence and not rely much on their parents' support. But college is dramatically different than high school. With increased academic demands, differences in teaching methods and grading procedures, and fewer available accommodations and supports, many students with ADHD soon find themselves falling behind. Judy Bass, a Certi...

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College isn't for every student graduating from high school. How do you know if college is the right choice for your teen with ADHD? Judy Bass, a Certified Educational Planner, talks about the career options for students with ADHD after high school, how to evaluate colleges to find the right fit, college application requirements, and how to help teens develop self-advocacy skills.

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Executive functions: we all have and need them to manage everyday living. But many children with ADHD have executive function deficits and need help to learn how to manage their time better, stay organized, and be motivated. There are strategies and interventions that you as a parent can teach your child to help them improve in those challenging areas. In this episode, Dr. Carey Heller talks about time management, organizational, a...

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People report that marijuana use helps improve their ADHD symptoms. But does it really help? Or does it mask a person’s ability to care about their problems rather than work to solve them? What are the benefits and downsides to using marijuana if you have ADHD? CHADD's resident expert Dr. Gene Arnold and guest Dr. Maggie Sibley discuss the research on the therapeutic role of marijuana, the potential downside of using unregulate...

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The symptoms of ADHD can have profound effects on intimate relationships such as dating and marriage. But even though ADHD is present, it doesn’t mean that the person with ADHD is the sole cause of problems. Transforming your relationship starts with both partners understanding the role that ADHD plays and nondefensive listening. Melissa Orlov, the founder of ADHD Marriage, provides tools to help couples create a responsive relatio...

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Historically, suicide rates have been higher among whites than any other racial group. Recent studies confirm this but show the growing rate among Black youth, which now surpasses that of their white counterparts. Despite making up 15% of the population, Black y...

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The national obesity rate continues to climb, and the minority communities in the US are being hit the hardest. Black women and Hispanic men and women all have obesity rates that are higher than the national average. Having ADHD increases the odds of developing ...

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The Black community continues to have difficulty discussing and acknowledging ADHD and other mental health issues. On the flip side, it’s being reported that Black children are being over- and under-diagnosed, due to implicit racial bias and cultural incompetence among professionals. So, how do we change the mindset of Black Americans about mental health issues and culturally insensitive educators and healthcare providers? Dr. Bran...

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October 28, 2021 14 min
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Are you a parent of a teen or a teenager who’s transitioning into adulthood? Well, this episode of the All Things ADHD podcast is for you. We gave our mic over to guest host Liam Tolbert, a teenager who is managing ADHD and learning to be independent. Many te...

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Descripción: Los padres latinos muchas veces están navegando por aguas difíciles cuando se trata de proporcionar apoyo a sus hijos que tienen TDAH. Muchos padres tienen conexiones fuertes con su cultura y relaciones con amigos y familiares que no están familiarizados con el diagnóstico de TDAH. Las escuelas muchas veces luchan con su diferenciación entre lo que es el TDAH y un problema cultural, disciplinario, familiar o problemas ...

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October 5, 2021 11 min

Many women struggle at midlife with undiagnosed and untreated ADHD complicated by hormonal changes. They typically report feeling overwhelmed, inadequate, misunderstood, and distressed at a time in their lives when they often have the greatest demands on their time and energy. Women not diagnosed with ADHD until adulthood are more likely to suffer from depressive symptoms, anxiety, sleep disorders, eating disorders, substance use, ...

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ADHD impairments are made worse for many individuals by their struggles with excessive anxiety, persistent depression, compulsive behaviors, difficulties with mood regulation, or other coexisting disorders that persistently disrupt their daily lives. Sometimes this could lead a person struggling with their ADHD down a dark road to contemplating suicide.

Talking about suicide, suicidal ideation, and self-harm with a loved one you su...

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September 14, 2021 17 min

ADHD is found in all communities. For Latinos, cultural norms and barriers to healthcare affect the perception of ADHD symptoms in children, which may go unnoticed or undiagnosed. What are some of the cultural barriers to ADHD treatment? How can cultural beliefs affect treatment for ADHD? Dr. Lauren Haack will discuss common symptoms of ADHD and its presence in the Latino population. In addition, she gives insight into important cu...

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August 31, 2021 22 min

The death of someone you love is often met with sadness. But the heartache felt by family members and friends can become more confusing and unnerving when the cause of death is suicide. Researchers say adults with ADHD have a high prevalence of attempted suicide. But is there a direct link between ADHD and suicide? What other risk factors are involved? Dr. Jill Harkavy-Friedman shares insight and understanding of risk factors and o...

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August 27, 2021 20 min

Children and teenagers are more exposed than ever due to social media. They share what they are doing in real-time. As a result, experts say kids are growing up with more anxiety and less self-esteem. For parents, knowing what their child or teen is thinking and feeling becomes even more challenging. So, when do the usual ups and downs of a child with ADHD become something to worry over?  What if your teen is thinking about suicide...

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August 3, 2021 16 min

Transitioning from high school to college is a sign of independence for many teens. But is your teen with ADHD ready for the responsibilities that come with college life? Do they have the self-advocacy skills needed for college? Judith S. Bass, a certified educational planner, provides insight on ways to help parents determine if their teen is college-ready. She also discusses the life tools students need to survive college and the...

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