Created with Sketch.
Live Life Clearly With ADHD
24 minutes | Dec 21, 2021
How To Not Freak Out
REPLAY: ADHD Parenting Club on Clubhouse Learn how to keep your cool when you are overwhelmed.
53 minutes | Dec 16, 2021
Being Authentic In Your Parenting
REPLAY: ADHD Parenting Club on Clubhouse How do we show up as ourselves and not how our kids make us feel?
88 minutes | Dec 9, 2021
Detaching Yourself From the Outcome
REPLAY: ADHD Parenting Club, on Clubhouse If your child's behavior is not improving, even when you've modeled & taught them, it does not mean that you aren't doing it right. What they do with the things you teach them is not a result of parenting failure.
74 minutes | Dec 2, 2021
Letting Go of Expectations & Not Accountability
Just because we change/lower or expectations does not mean we absolve our kids from accountability.
76 minutes | Nov 11, 2021
Planning For Triggers During the Holidays
Learn tips on how to plan ahead to make your holidays run smoothly.
40 minutes | Jul 28, 2021
How to Support Your ADHD Child
Today I interview Yakini Pierce, ADHD advocate and parent. She has foster a huge ADHD space online and she is full of knowledge! We discuss how to partner with your ADHD child, strategies for accomplishing tasks, fostering a sense of independence, and knowing when to ask for help. Follow her ADHD community on Insta @adhdlove2020
25 minutes | Jun 30, 2021
Living Uncertain With OCD
This special mental health episode highlights the courageous journey of teen, Jenna Christensen. After struggling with an eating disorder, coming out as a lesbian, suicide attempts, & other mental health challenges, she was diagnosed with OCD. A story of struggle and hope with mental health challenges. If you suspect you or someone you love has OCD: iocdf.org/
47 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
ADHD & Comorbidity
My interview with Chante Franco was like sitting on the couch, hanging with a dear friend! We talk about her kiddos' ADHD diagnosis, in addition to her own ADHD and PTSD. We discussed everything from how her childhood experiences influenced when she got her children diagnosis with ADHD, to finding your people, to deciding when you need to just ask someone else to help you parent.
29 minutes | May 20, 2021
Releasing the ADHD Stigma
AnnMarie Espina is an ADHD Coach for Entrepreneurs. Through her business model and infectious positivity and energy, she has changed lives and businesses all over the world. She helps ADHD entrepreneurs let go of the negative stories they hang onto around their ADHD. This concept can also be applied to helping our ADHD kiddos live their best, most fulfilling lives. Her insight helps us lean into a broader focus on the positive aspects of ADHD. As parents of of neurodiverse kiddos we can help them find success, regardless of the sea of false ideas and stigmas around ADHD.
27 minutes | May 12, 2021
Helping Teens With Mental Health Challenges
Tamu Lewis is a parent support coach, mental health advocate and founder of the non profit, Lee Thompson Young Foundation. She founded the LTY Foundation after losing her brother to suicide in 2013. Her brother struggled in silence with Bipolar Disorder, never sharing with his friends or coworkers. This has strongly influenced her passion for mental health advocacy in schools, communities and organizations. In our interview she shares how parents can recognize signs of a mental health disorder, what to do and how to support them in their mental health journey.
54 minutes | Apr 28, 2021
Helping ADHD Kids To Be Independent
Dr. Molly Oshea is a pediatrician and parenting coach helping parents approach their child or teen's ADHD and neurodiverse challenges, with a fresh perspective. Allowing your ADHD child or teen to make choices in their treatment plan (or picking strategies) provides learning opportunities and empowers them to be independent. This shows your trust in them and improves you relationship. Your ADHD child or teen wants to feel connected to their parent. Partnering with them empowers them to independently make decisions and find success in their lives.
32 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Positive Psychology and Conscious Parenting
There is always more than one way to see your parenting. We can get stuck in the "should" of how to parent ADHD. The truth is, your parenting approach for a neurodiverse child can require you to see their life through an unorthodox view. Today Stacey Sellar and I discuss the important opportunities Conscious Parenting allows us. You will take away 4 actionable steps you can take to find less stress and more joy in parenting your ADHDer.
18 minutes | Jul 22, 2020
Partner Conflict with Covid-19
Join me today as I talk about the lessons I've learned about conflict during COVID-19. Learn how to be okay with unresolved conflict, how discomfort can actually serve us, and how to have the conversation when you and your partner disagree about the quarantine/pandemic.
42 minutes | Jun 4, 2020
Bipolar & Mental Health with Keirstyn Secord
The symptoms of Bipolar Disorder can often be overlooked because of their similarities to ADHD. Studies show that thirty percent of people diagnosed with ADHD will have a depressive episode or have a mood disorder in their lifetime. I have always been fascinated with this association because of my own anxiety and depression disorders and also having family members with Bipolar Disorder. Today I discuss mental health with Mental Health advocate, Keirstyn Secord @dancingwithdarkness on Instagram. We discuss some BIG TOPICS and suggestions that those of us with ADHD can directly relate to: -The empowerment and grieving process of a diagnosis. -How to differentiate between who you are and your diagnosis. -How to embrace the awkward with mental health. -How to know if your therapist is a right fit for you. -Going beyond the grocery store response. -Self compassion and empathy.
51 minutes | May 27, 2020
Conflict Resolution With Kids During Quarantine
Today is an interview with Dr. Sharon Saline. She teaches us how to communicate and negotiate with our kids and teens by using Reflective Listening and giving them a sense of autonomy through Directed Free Choice. We discuss how to get on the same page as your partner and meet in the middle with struggles you may be having during through the quarantine.
56 minutes | May 4, 2020
Running Your Family Like a Successful Business
Join me today for an EXCELLENT interview with David Kozlowski. David is not only a licensed therapist but is host of my favorite parenting podcast, Light the Fight! David and Heidi Swapp produce a parenting podcast to learn his relationship philosophy and how to develop a true partnership of trust with their teenagers. In this episode we discuss relationship roles, how to connect and partner with your teen, how to evolve as parents and become more intentional in our efforts, the key to running your family like a business, Netflix vs. Blockbusters, and SO MUCH MORE!
30 minutes | Feb 13, 2020
Day One Digital Journaling App
Today I interview Elli Kennedy of my FAVE digital journaling app, Day One! Journaling has always been an outlet for me to destress and organize my life. It gives me an opportunity for self connection and clarity. Day One has over 10 MILLION downloads and a 4.8 rating on the Apple Store! They have also been nominated as Apple Store's Editor's Choice, App of the Year, and received the Apple Design Award. I have used Day One since 2013 and they continue to improve their user platform and enrich the journaling experience.
34 minutes | Feb 6, 2020
EPISDOE 16: HUMAN CONNECTION
Join us today for an interview with Molly Bice Jackson, a keynote speaker and Child Loss Survivor. She shares her story of the loss of her sweet daughter, Lucy and how the power of human connection got her through the most tragic experience of her life.
40 minutes | Jan 16, 2020
EPISODE 15: What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew
Today I interview Dr. Sharon Saline, a licensed clinical psychologist. She helps families navigate through the confusing maze of diagnoses and conflict to successful interventions and connections. She is also an author, lecturer, and workshop facilitator. I had the privilege of meeting Sharon at the CHADD conference in St. Louis in 2018 after the presentation on her book, What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew: Working Together to Empower Kids for Success in School and Life. She even signed my copy! (The pic you see of us together is at the CHAD conference--she was seriously so nice and we had a great conversation with her!) In our podcast interview we discuss the 5 C's in her book and it's practical application to help parents aid in our ADHD child's success!
25 minutes | Jan 10, 2020
EPISODE 14: BOOK: Hi It's Me, I Have ADHD
Today I am joined by speaker, author, reading specialist, and ADHD advocate, Katelyn Mabry. She is the author of the children's book, "Hi, It's Me! I have ADHD". This book will make every ADHD child feel understood, connected, and loved. In the show we discuss helping your child recognize and use their strengths, finding unique strategies for their ADHD brain, rumination and obsessing, training our brains and thoughts, Executive Function and Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2022