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Joining me on the podcast this week is Jake Stauch. Jake is the founder and CEO of NeuroPlus, a company that has developed a platform for helping ADHD children and adults with brain sensing technology. Prior to NeuroPlus, Jake founded NeuroSpire, which used brain scans to test advertising effectiveness. Jake previously worked at Duke Center for Cognitive Science. He’s been named to the Forbes 30 under 30. His works have been featured in Rolling Stone, Popular Science, and IEEE.
This episode is the recording of June’s live Q&A. Brendan Mahan once again joins me on this Q&A. We answer the question, “What should every ADHD house have?” We share some of the items we use regularly. We also discuss ADHD advocacy, strategies and routines for sticking to day-to-day schedules, and avoiding burnout.
Natalie Walker joins me on this episode of the podcast. Natalie is a multi-creative who has tackled some pretty big dreams and always has been determined never to allow her different brain to define or stifle what she has gone after in her life. Natalie is a creative artist, and I think you will enjoy this conversation with Natalie about her background, her ADHD diagnosis, and her music.
Jason Warren joins me on this episode of the podcast. Jason is a writer, theatre director, and acting teacher based in London, UK. He trains actors in London, and his experience with ADHD and neurodiversity are a fundamental part of the skills he teaches. In this conversation, you will hear Jason talk about his career and how his recent ADHD diagnosis impacts it. We cover many topics in the episode, including decision fatigue, routine, language, task management, and much more.
Nathalie Pedicelli joins me on the podcast this week. On this episode, Nathalie will share her knowledge and experience in the area of organization. She shares her history of organizing, and in our conversation, we tackle many areas of life where organization can be a real struggle. In this conversation, Nathalie gives us all practical tips to implement to become more organized.
Jackie Basham joins me on the podcast this week. She has a degree in public health, and scattered around her house are several certificates of graduation. She is an artist and currently has art hanging in two galleries in Springfield, Missouri. In this discussion, you will hear Jackie tell her ADHD story, and she shares some of her personal philosophies. You’ll hear how Jackie developed these philosophies and strategies, and how she has (and sometimes hasn’t) been successful with them.
On this episode, you’re going to hear a mastermind session we recently did with my alumni admin team. Marisol shares her history with weight loss and healthy eating and talks about where she is in this area of her life now. Several participants ask clarifying questions, which help us explore other areas of this topic. By the end of the conversation, Marisol has a clear vision of what she needs to do and how she’s going to do it.
Gabriel Villarreal comes back on the podcast this week. Gabriel is a resident in counseling and soon to be a licensed practicing counselor. On this episode, you will hear Gabriel, and I discuss diet and exercise. While we like to stay rooted in science on this podcast, the science in these areas is emerging. However, Gabriel shares information on where science is taking us on these topics, and he shares the knowledge he has gained from his experience.
About ADHD reWired
ADHD reWired is the show designed for those of us who have really good intentions, but slightly wandering attention.
As a psychotherapist and coach in private practice, Eric Tivers has the unique perspective of being both a clinician who specializes in ADHD and an adult who has it. Eric talks openly about his own ADHD and shares with listeners the strategies he’s learned to be successful as well as the areas that continue to be challenging. Starting with episode 16, Eric begins talking with listeners, coaches and other therapists.