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This podcast provides real life perspective, information and support for ”Busy Brains” who have been diagnosed with ADHD or think they may have it. Podcast host Kamden Hainsworth has ADHD herself, is an ADHD advocate, coach, business owner and mother to children with ADHD. Weekly she provides tools that have helped her live joyfully and create real results working with her ADHD brain. If you are looking for a confident life of self acceptance, growth and satisfaction with your ADHD, this podcast is for you

The Busy Brained Saint Podcast thebusybrainedsaintpodcast

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This podcast provides real life perspective, information and support for ”Busy Brains” who have been diagnosed with ADHD or think they may have it. Podcast host Kamden Hainsworth has ADHD herself, is an ADHD advocate, coach, business owner and mother to children with ADHD. Weekly she provides tools that have helped her live joyfully and create real results working with her ADHD brain. If you are looking for a confident life of self acceptance, growth and satisfaction with your ADHD, this podcast is for you

    What is ADHD Coaching?

    What is ADHD Coaching?

    In this podcast episode, I discuss my approach to ADHD coaching in more detail. If you’ve been considering ADHD coaching but have many questions about what to expect, this episode will help you understand my methods and philosophy. You'll also hear about my background and why I became a coach, giving you a clearer idea of whether coaching is right for you.
     
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    • 28 min
    Experiencing Life Inside Our Body with Denita Bremer

    Experiencing Life Inside Our Body with Denita Bremer

    In this episode of The Busy Brained Saint, we delve into the intricacies of the nervous system, offering valuable insights for those living with ADHD. Join us for an enlightening interview with Denita Bremer and Kamden Hainsworth as they share their journeys of discovering the importance of embracing their entire body for safety and healing, rather than solely relying on their minds. Denita's transformational story, transitioning from mindset coaching to somatic healing and coaching as a trauma coach, is not only inspiring but also enlightening, providing a unique LDS perspective on the process. You'll not only be inspired by her journey but also gain deeper understanding of your own lived experiences.
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    • 56 min
    Creating a Resilient Nervous System with Coach Leah Davidson

    Creating a Resilient Nervous System with Coach Leah Davidson

    Join us as we dive into the world of nervous system resilience with Coach Leah Davidson, a speech pathologist and expert in nervous system resilience. In this episode, we explore the concept of a flexible nervous system, strategies for cognitive resilience, and the impact of long-term nervous system dysregulation. Discover practical ways to regulate your nervous system, including the importance of co-regulation and the "Ragdoll" technique. Learn how building a resilient nervous system can lead to a more empowered and hopeful mindset, especially for those with ADHD who often navigate life with an activated nervous system without realizing it.
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    • 42 min
    Risks vs. Benefits of ADHD Medication and Treatment

    Risks vs. Benefits of ADHD Medication and Treatment

    In this episode of "The Busy Brained Saint," host Kamden Hainsworth explores the risk-benefit analysis of ADHD medication inspired by Dr. Ratey and Dr. Hallowell's book "ADHD 2.0." Kamden poses three key questions for listeners to consider: Have they learned as much as they can about ADHD from reputable sources? Are they doing everything they can in terms of non-medical treatment and lifestyle factors? And how much is ADHD negatively impacting their lives or the lives of their loved ones? Through insightful discussion and expert insights, Kamden navigates the complexities of ADHD management, empowering listeners to make informed decisions about their health and well-being.
     
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    • 35 min
    Learning to Breathe: An Interview with Stacy Luckey

    Learning to Breathe: An Interview with Stacy Luckey

    Join us for a transformative episode as we sit down with Stacy Luckey, a breathwork coach, ADHDer, life coach, and trauma-informed coach. Over the past few years, I've had the joy of getting to know Stacy, experiencing her incredible coaching firsthand. However, it's her remarkable story that will truly inspire you this week.
    Stacy's journey has been marked by adversity. Losing her mother at a young age, she navigated her teenage years as a self-described "couch hopper" and became a single mom in a complicated relationship before she was 20. Despite these challenges, Stacy's faith and resilience have guided her path.
    In this episode, you'll not only learn from Stacy's life experiences but also discover the power of transformation and breathwork. Tune in to gain insights and inspiration from Stacy's story of overcoming adversity with grace and strength.
     
    Stacy Luckey Website: https://breathreborn.com/
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breathreborn/
     
     
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    • 56 min
    Non-Emergengy Success

    Non-Emergengy Success

    In this episode, we explore a unique perspective on productivity, particularly for individuals with ADHD. While many people rely on a sense of urgency or crisis to fuel their productivity, those with ADHD often experience a different response. Due to structural and chemical differences in the brain, individuals with ADHD may find that a crisis actually calms them down, allowing for improved focus and problem-solving. However, this episode challenges the notion that crisis is necessary for productivity. We discuss the importance of learning to tolerate negative feelings, such as boredom or understimulation, and reprogramming our approach to productivity. By recognizing that not everything needs to be "on fire" to be worthy of our time and attention, individuals with ADHD can cultivate a more sustainable and fulfilling approach to productivity.
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    • 28 min

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