11 episodes

Journey With Me Through ADHD: A Podcast for Kids is designed for children with ADHD to listen to and feel understood. It will educate, empower, and encourage listeners to understand their uniquely wired, neurodivergent minds. The challenges will be discussed, mindset growth will be encouraged, and strengths/gifts will be celebrated! ADHD will grow from an excuse to a reason that we need to face challenges head on and become an advocate for the incredible strengths that we have!

Journey With Me Through ADHD: A Podcast for Kids Katelyn Mabry

    • Education for Kids
    • 4.9 • 29 Ratings

Journey With Me Through ADHD: A Podcast for Kids is designed for children with ADHD to listen to and feel understood. It will educate, empower, and encourage listeners to understand their uniquely wired, neurodivergent minds. The challenges will be discussed, mindset growth will be encouraged, and strengths/gifts will be celebrated! ADHD will grow from an excuse to a reason that we need to face challenges head on and become an advocate for the incredible strengths that we have!

    Growing Through the Challenges of ADHD- Interview with High School Graduate Zachary Staubitz

    Growing Through the Challenges of ADHD- Interview with High School Graduate Zachary Staubitz

    ADHD can be challenging on many levels, in many different ways. Let's hear how struggles can produce perserverance. Our guest, Zachary Staubitz, is a high school graduate from Tallahassee, FL. Although he has faced challenges growing up with ADHD and Autism, he has grown to break through the struggles with strength and gained confidence. He is now pursuing a degree in theater. He's also used his brilliant mind to create relatable memes all about ADHD, to help spread awareness, connection, and understanding.

    • 7 min
    ADHD with "Rejection Sensitivity": Feeling deeply about what others think of me!

    ADHD with "Rejection Sensitivity": Feeling deeply about what others think of me!

    Do you feel easily rejected by a friend, family member, or even someone you just met and want to become friends with? Does that feeling of rejection feed into obsessive negative thinking that causes beliefs that often have no evidence of being true?  Those of us with ADHD often struggle with something called, "Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria!" This is a common struggle that kids with ADHD have and it ties into our deep seeded emotions, but you're not alone and steps can be taken to ease that feeling.

    • 6 min
    Discovering the Colors of Friendship with ADHD

    Discovering the Colors of Friendship with ADHD

    Do you ever feel like it's hard to make and maintain friends? You might think, "why won't she call me back?" or "I thought he was my friend, but now he'd rather hang out with someone else!" If so, you are not alone. Special guest, Kamden Hainsworth, joins in on this episode as she shares her personal insights on ADHD and friendship. Kamden is the founder of "ADHDirectory." Kamden gives a brilliant visual of visiting a butterfly farm. Learn how to take a step in the right direction of growing friendships.

    • 7 min
    Get Rid of the Gunk to Get Out of the ADHD "Funk"

    Get Rid of the Gunk to Get Out of the ADHD "Funk"

    ADHD has a rollercoaster of thoughts & emotions that at times lead down a path of gunk, which leaves you in a funk! This episode will share stories, valuable insight, and some helpful tips and strategies. Get out your magnifying glass to capture and investigate thoughts, ask questions, and find evidence around these thoughts. Discover there is so much peace and calm if we tap into interests and ignite passion. Take this step and you will see that there are great tools and strategies to practice with ADHD.

    • 6 min
    Overcoming the Shame Game- "The Awfulizer" and ADHD

    Overcoming the Shame Game- "The Awfulizer" and ADHD

    Do you ever feel like you are playing the shame game in your head? This hamster wheel of negative, self- destructive thoughts often causes us to feel stuck and unable to live to our full potential based on false beliefs we have allowed shame to build. During this episode, you will meet Kristen Maher, who is the brilliant author of "The Awfulizer." Kristen shares this creatively crafted visual of what it feel like to live in shame and what steps we can take to get ourselves free from it.

    • 6 min
    Our ADHD Minds Are Made to Move

    Our ADHD Minds Are Made to Move

    Is school in any environment feeling like an uphill battle sometimes? In this episode, we will uncover the internal struggles we often feel, while sharing some helpful strategies that can help calm the mind and make our work feel more manageable. Exercise is proven to help any child become more focused and better able to learn for a period of time. Breaking large tasks into bite size pieces can reduce anxiety and allow for us to celebrate each small success we have. This journey is taken one step at a time.

    • 5 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

Lolita walker ,

Forgetting the D!!! That’s it😆

This is sooooo good and now it makes sense. My little dreamer is 8 years old and sooo super smart. I knew he was hyper energetic and his forgetfulness is at an all time high. i could relate. He lovvesss this podcast and relates to it so much. Thank you for blessing our little soldiers and for educating the parents that help them with the struggle that is on so real! 5 stars for being quick and informative. Love it.

Lolita from Coaching, Cocktails & Conversations Podcast.

Carissa Abrams ,

Love this for my daughter!!

First ever podcast review, I love this and am so grateful for it! I listen to the episodes in the mornings with my 10 year old daughter with ADHD. They are the perfect length, hold her interest, and talk so positively about ADHD, it’s strengths, and tools that really work. She sings the little chant at the beginning and I know it is helping her gain SO much confidence in herself and her abilities. Thank you thank you! I wish there were more podcasts like this for kids!

SaoirseBrooklyn ,

This such a gift

This podcast is great at talking about ADHD to children in a way that helps them sort through their challenges and opportunities in living with ADHD. It is reassuring and compassionate. I wish I had access to something like this when I was a child.

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