This podcast is for smart, high-ability ADD/ADHD (diagnosed or suspecting) women who see their symptoms as more positive than negative. I’m Tracy Otsuka your host and I’m committed to changing the conversation around ADHD. When I was diagnosed eight months after my son, my entire life suddenly made perfect sense but all I heard about was everything that my ADHD brain SHOULD be struggling with when in fact I would come to learn that my ADHD is responsible for some of my greatest superpowers.
One other thing, we constantly hear about all the successful ADHD men, but no one talks about the women. This podcast is here to change that dynamic. ADHD women are my people, and I’m here to acknowledge, support and cheer them on.
*THE CONTENT IN THIS PODCAST IS NOT INTENDED TO BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE, DIAGNOSIS OR TREATMENT AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE MEDICAL OR PROFESSIONAL ADVICE. NEVER DISREGARD PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE OR DELAY IN SEEKING IT BECAUSE OF ANYTHING YOU HAVE SEEN OR HEARD FROM TRACY OTSUKA OR THIS PODCAST.
EP. 127: How to Improve ADHD & RSD Symptoms with Yogi, Adell Bridges
Join Tracy as she welcomes Adell Bridges, an international yoga teacher, health coach, and author who applies her degree in psychology with her training in the neurology of movement to her yoga and movement teachings. She now shares her love for the power of mindful movement to her online community on MoveWithAdell.com and her half a million Instagram followers. She is currently coauthoring a book on hyper-mobility.
EP. 126: From Homeless Shelter to Covid Infection Control Scientist with Tiffany Jackson
Tiffany Jackson shares her story of being abandoned, bouncing from one home to another, and spending a perfect year at an elite boarding school only to end up at a homeless shelter as a minor. Since then she’s graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication from the Dan Rather School of Communications, and graduated from Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences with a Master of Biomedical Science.
EP. 125: ADHD and How to Respond to the Non-Believers
Tracy welcomes you to Episode #125 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women where she invites the ADHD non-believers to join her for a little education. She gets requests for this podcast every week so she decided to do something about it.
For the complete show notes and links mentioned in this episode visit: https://www.tracyotsuka.com/podcast
EP. 124: ADHD, Art, and the Music Industry with Rebecca Brianceau
Join Tracy as she welcomes Rebecca Brianceau to Episode 124 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Rebecca is an autodidact artist and an international mindfulness art teacher who hails from Toronto, Canada.
Rebecca's Instagram: @rebeccabrianceauart
Rebecca's Ocean Soul Series Riviera Maya art exhibit in Playa Del Carmen: https://oceansoulseries.com
For the complete show notes visit: https://www.tracyotsuka.com/podcast
EP. 123: ADHD and Tapping for Procrastination
This week Tracy welcomes you to episode #123 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women where she is going to talk about ADHD, procrastination and tapping. Tapping combines Ancient Chinese accupressure and modern psychology. Find out the science behind why it works.
For more resources visit: https://www.tracyotsuka.com/podcast
EP. 122: Women and ADHD Medication with Dr. Carolyn Lentzsch-Parcells
Join Tracy as she welcomes Dr. Carolyn Lentzsch-Parcells to Ep #122 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Dr. Lentzsch-Parcells is a board-certified pediatrician and the owner and President of Girls to Women/Young Men’s Health and Wellness Fort Worth, a multi-faceted clinic providing integrated medical care dedicated to meeting the physical and emotional needs of young women and men from 10-25 years old.
Dr. Lentzsch-Parcells' website: https://www.gtw-health.com
ADHD Medication Chart: https://bit.ly/2StFJIb
This podcast is a launching board towards next right steps
I was diagnosed with ADHD at 34 years old this week. I have a lifetime of experiences that should have led me to this realization sooner but here I am. Just now putting it all together.
I took the weekend to get away on a solo trip and took the time to really dig into my feelings about all of this… I was on a hike and randomly searched podcast for Woman with ADHD and found your podcast. I listened to that one, and then another and another and another. It wasn’t just the hyper focus kicking in… I was relating and learning so much! I’ve got tangible next steps of coaches and yoga I want to look into. That’s huge for me.
I have forgiven myself for things I didn’t even know I was holding onto . I’m tapping into understanding myself in a whole new way. So thank you. Thank you for each and every episode . You are changing lives by casting the light on how to thrive and pivot with as a woman living with ADHD .
Keeps me interested
And that can be hard to do with an ADHD brain! Tracy is my favorite podcast host. She’s smart, funny, relatable, and helps me so much with understanding my ADHD. Thank you, Tracy!
Relatable and informative
As an adult woman, it's been hard to find info, especially on the correlation between ADHD and perimenopause which I suspected for year. This podcast is a relief and helps me to understand that I'm not alone. I took one star off because there are times where Tracey launches into an episode using terms and acronyms without explaining them, even briefly. I assume this is because she has covered these topics and terms in earlier episodes, however, to those of us who are new, we may be skipping around (ADHD!) to listen to episodes that are both new and old. Also, it seems anxious ADHD is referenced much more than depressive ADHD. I'd love to hear more about it! Aside from those small observations, a great podcast!