498 episodes

Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life. Download the accompanying slide presentations here: additudemag.com/adhd-expert-webinars-index (look for the episode number).

Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from conversations recorded via a computer or telephone, not in a studio. Register to participate in the live webinars at: additudemag.com/tag/webinar.

ADHD Experts Podcast ADDitude

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.4 • 151 Ratings

Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life. Download the accompanying slide presentations here: additudemag.com/adhd-expert-webinars-index (look for the episode number).

Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from conversations recorded via a computer or telephone, not in a studio. Register to participate in the live webinars at: additudemag.com/tag/webinar.

    498- Building a College-Readiness Timeline for Teens with ADHD

    498- Building a College-Readiness Timeline for Teens with ADHD

    College prep looks different for teens with ADHD, who may lag behind in independent living skills and college readiness. Laura Barr, M.Ed., provides a clear roadmap for teens and parents, including milestones, practical steps, and launch and college timeline checklists.
    College Prep for ADHD Brains: More Resources
    Download: How to Get ADHD Accommodations in College Get: The Parents’ Guide to Raising a Teen with ADHD Read: College Packing List for ADHD Undergrads Read: Half of College Kids Stop Taking Their ADHD Medication. Make Sure Your Teen Isn’t One of Them. Access the video and slides for podcast episode #498 here: https://www.additudemag.com/webinar/college-prep-teen-readiness-adhd/
    This ADHD Experts podcast episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/additude and get on your way to being your best self.
    Thank you for listening to ADDitude's ADHD Experts podcast. Please consider subscribing to the magazine (additu.de/subscribe) to support our mission of providing ADHD education and support.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    497- Toxic Relationship Red Flags and Interventions for Teens with ADHD

    497- Toxic Relationship Red Flags and Interventions for Teens with ADHD

    Stephanie Moulton Sarkis, Ph.D., explains what makes a relationship toxic and how to identify the signs, why adolescents with ADHD are at particularly high risk, and how to support teens through ending and recovering from an unhealthy relationship.
    Teen Relationships: More Resources
    Download: Questions to Get Your Child Talking Replay: Gaslighting, Love Bombing & Beyond, by Stephanie Sarkis Read: ADHD Teens and Dating — Relationship Advice for Parents Read: “How Toxic Relationship Residue Poisoned My Love Life” Access the video and slides for podcast episode #497 here: https://www.additudemag.com/webinar/toxic-relationships-teens-adhd/
    Thank you for listening to ADDitude's ADHD Experts podcast. Please consider subscribing to the magazine (additu.de/subscribe) to support our mission of providing ADHD education and support.

    • 1 hr
    496- Oversharing and Underinvesting: The Social Traps That Snare ADHD Adults

    496- Oversharing and Underinvesting: The Social Traps That Snare ADHD Adults

    Interrupting conversations. Appearing not to listen. Revealing too much personal information. Making friends as an adult with ADHD is hard for all these reasons and more. Caroline Maguire, M.Ed., explains how to overcome common social traps.
    How to Make Friends as an Adult with ADHD: More Resources
    Download: The ADHD Friendship Guide for Adults Self-Test: 10 Questions That Reveal Toxic Behaviors Read: 3 Common ADHD Friendship Challenges Read: “How I’m Teaching My ADHD Brain to Listen” Access the video and slides for podcast episode #496 here: https://www.additudemag.com/webinar/how-to-make-friends-adult-adhd/
    Thank you for listening to ADDitude's ADHD Experts podcast. Please consider subscribing to the magazine (additu.de/subscribe) to support our mission of providing ADHD education and support.

    • 1 hr
    495- Health Equity in ADHD: Addressing Racial Disparities in Diagnosis & Treatment

    495- Health Equity in ADHD: Addressing Racial Disparities in Diagnosis & Treatment

    Black children and adults with ADHD are less likely to receive an accurate diagnosis and treatment due to structural racism, socioeconomic inequalities, and stigma. Napoleon Higgins, M.D., explains how we can start addressing these racial disparities in health care.
    Healthy Equity in ADHD: More Resources
    Get: 2024 Scorecard of ADHD Treatments Read: The Ongoing Work of Normalizing ADHD in BIPOC Communities Read: Why We Must Achieve Equitable ADHD Care for African American and Latinx Children Download: How Common Is ADHD in Adults? Access the video and slides for podcast episode #495 here: https://www.additudemag.com/webinar/health-equity-adhd-diagnosis-treatment/
    This ADHD Experts podcast episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/additude and get on your way to being your best self.
    Thank you for listening to ADDitude's ADHD Experts podcast. Please consider subscribing to the magazine (additu.de/subscribe) to support our mission of providing ADHD education and support.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    494- Eating Disorders Comorbid with ADHD: What You Need to Know About ARFID, Anorexia, and Others

    494- Eating Disorders Comorbid with ADHD: What You Need to Know About ARFID, Anorexia, and Others

    Despite being serious mental health conditions, and highly comorbid with ADHD, eating disorders often go undetected. Christine Peat, Ph.D., helps caregivers and others understand symptoms and treatments for different types of eating disorders.
    Eating Disorders: More Resources
    Get: The Eating Disorders Linked to ADHD Self-Test: Eating Disorders in Adults Read: Body Image, Bigorexia, and Eating Disorders in Men and Boys Read: Red Flags and Recovery Steps for Teens Access the video and slides for podcast episode #494 here: https://www.additudemag.com/webinar/eating-disorders-adhd-arfid-anorexia/
    Thank you for listening to ADDitude's ADHD Experts podcast. Please consider subscribing to the magazine (additu.de/subscribe) to support our mission of providing ADHD education and support.

    • 1 hr
    493- An Educators’ Guide to Fortifying Executive Function

    493- An Educators’ Guide to Fortifying Executive Function

    Brandon Slade provides educators with the tools they need to teach crucial executive function (EF) skills. While EFs lag in many children with ADHD and learning differences, integrating EF support strategies will help all students in your classroom.
    Executive Function Skills for Students: More Resources
    Self-Test: Could Your Child Have an Executive Function Deficit? Read: A Classroom Exercise That Teaches Self-Advocacy and Celebrates Differences Get: The Ultimate Executive Function Guide Read: The Misconceptions That Stifle Students with ADHD Access the video and slides for podcast episode #493 here: https://www.additudemag.com/webinar/executive-function-skills-educators-guide/
    Thank you for listening to ADDitude's ADHD Experts podcast. Please consider subscribing to the magazine (additu.de/subscribe) to support our mission of providing ADHD education and support.

    • 1 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
151 Ratings

151 Ratings

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Jessamy104 27Nov2022

The suggestion Jessamy puts forward is a winner. I go down the rabbit whole when it’s not relevant to me all the time. So please Parenting section and a Self section

Tfac ,

Under produced podcast

Show topics interest me however to endure a show ave an hour each while hosts / speakers sound like they’re on a starfish board room conference call being recorded on a laptop in the corner. Cmon really! I feel let down because listening to learn and educate myself to help myself comes with a toll of dissonance. I don’t feel like im pressing play I feel like im pulling the trigger on myself.
Hey yas might as well tell me exactly how MY anxiety affects ME and what will work for me and what wont based upon statistics collected printed from another country and different culture.
You have a degree… good for you!
You think you us, can help us treat us
This podcast is the epitome of why “ professionals” continue to fail to understand help treat all those suffering anguish mostly conditions that have manifested from being traumatically abused by others until we find our own way of coping still whilst suffering and being abused by this point the people we trust are paid to help us who are too busy reading from their biblefival and TELLING us THE VULNERABLE exactly what is wrong with us after ten minutes how now sending us home with a bouquet of whoopsi daisies aka life altering threatening changing prescribed addiction medication that we thank you so much for in all humility and emotional pain only to get your stink eye upon returning and a few sentences manipulating us time and time again until we mind a drug that works to mitigate the issues YOU WERE SCHOOLED AND PAID TO HELP US RESOLVE. Hang your masters of puppets on the wall then hang your heads in shame sending home the vulnerable with medication….. 🤪🤪🤪NONE OF YOU EVEN UNDERSTAND or know how they work in our brains, but who cares right, you get your commissions and our money however it streams to you, so all the compounding complications are obviously of course exactly chapter two of bsms which you judge upon our behaviours / reactions to your misdiagnoses, failing duty of care, negligence, malpractice.. apply applicable label… they can all be found on the back pages of the unlawful acts recited over a hard bar by the other people schooled and paid to protect the vulnerable BUT NEVER DO

If you are a professional and made it to the end of my rant touching your face and holding your breath, or rolling your eyes as you hold your bsmIV tight against your chest validating yourself i am whatever you say i am because your book says so.

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DisapDi ,

Suggesting some improvements

Please hire someone who edits podcasts rather than using the recording source as an excuse for the poor quality of the audio. I edited my own podcast and every episode was recorded via a phone so writing that as an excuse doesn’t work for me. Honestly it is amazing what you can do when you know how to improve audio. An editor will also spend time removing the irrelevant content from the episode which will help to make the length more ADHD friendly. The editor can write better show notes so people know exactly what is in the episode. I also recommend that you have 2 podcasts, 1 for all of the episodes about children and the other for adults who have ADHD after all we are the ones who are more likely to listen to them. You have a lot of great content going to waste as it is not audio friendly. Help us by spending the money to make this listenable. More adult content for all of us trying to navigate life with a late diagnosis would be great. Thank you.

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