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The man, the myth, the legend, David Giwerc joins me on this episode of the podcast. He is a global leader in coach training and education. In this conversation, you will hear David share some of his expertise in coaching. He starts by explaining what coaching brings us as people with ADHD. He also describes what the purpose of ADHD coaching is, and maybe more importantly, what coaching is NOT. You’re also going to hear David describe one of his models, the “I Model.”
This episode is the recording of April’s live Q&A. The questions answered in this episode were submitted by listeners of this podcast, both ahead of time and live. I am, once again, joined on this episode by Brendan Mahan. In this discussion, you will hear us discuss several topics, including asking for workplace accommodations, breastfeeding mothers unable to take ADHD medication, imposter syndrome, children “outgrowing” ADHD, and much more.
Marcelle Clowes has always lived with ADHD and Complex-PTSD. However, she wasn’t diagnosed until her early-30’s. Her story illuminates the parallels between PTSD and ADHD, what it’s like living with both conditions and how the disorders can contribute to the cycle of family violence. In this conversation, you will hear Marcelle share her personal experiences with ADHD and PTSD. She shares details about her childhood, and she explains that she was the only adult in her house from the day she was born.
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. 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.
Randy Kulman joins me on this episode of the podcast. Randy is the founder and president of an educational technology company, LearningWorks for Kids. They specialize in using video games to teach executive functioning and academic skills. In this episode, you will hear Randy talk about translating game-based learning into the real world. He also talks about the career fields individuals with ADHD and processing speed deficits are drawn to and explains that parents can help nurture positive self-esteem in their children by nudging them into certain activities.
This episode is the recording of March’s live Q&A. The questions answered in this episode were submitted by listeners of this podcast, both ahead of time and live. I am, once again, joined on this episode by Brendan Mahan. In this episode, you will hear Brenden and I answer several listener questions on medication, managing emotions at the end of the day, procrastination, cell phone notifications, and much more.
Joining me on this episode are Jessica McCabe and Edward Newton. Jessica is the creator of the extremely popular and successful How To ADHD YouTube Channel. She recently did a Ted Talk 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.
This episode is the recording of February’s live Q&A. I am, once again, joined on this episode by Brendan Mahan. In this conversation, you will hear several listener questions. This month, a lot of these conversations involved medication. We also talk about employment and recovering from a loss of employment.
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.