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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
Kali Stanton joins me on this episode of the podcast. She lives in Minnesota and is a teacher, wife and mom. Her most recent hobby she enjoys are piano lessons. I previously interviewed Kali in Season 6. She has had many changes in her life since then, including moving to a new town and a new job. Kali was diagnosed in 2015 with ADHD and has now been told she now does not have ADHD.
Todd Ellis joins me on this episode of the podcast. Todd is 43, is a grandfather of one and works for Microsoft Corporation outside of Seattle for the past 18 years. He was diagnosed at age eight. He recalls being a “spark plug” for his parents. As the youngest of three and the only boy, his parents didn’t understand his behavior. His parents moved around quite often because of his parent’s work, so he was often the “new kid” at school. He found school boring and dull, except for science classes. He skipped most of high school,
Paul Phenix joins me on this episode of the podcast. Paul, at the age of 75, has an extraordinary story of his journey with ADHD and is the oldest (and most wise) guest on my show to date. Paul has struggled with ADHD throughout his life, especially when attending medical school to be a veterinarian. Since his retirement, Paul has learned to enjoy life, leisurely activities and how to say, “Thank You.”
Adeola Sogbein joins me on this episode of the podcast. Adeola is a listener of the podcast, and he has an inspiring story to share with us. Over the last four years, he has lost the weight equivalent of two adults (330 lbs) and was diagnosed with ADHD at the same time. He comes on the podcast to talk about the importance of having people on your side and not giving up.
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.