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Today I have the pleasure of speaking to noted ADHD podcaster Will Curb who shares his most useful ADHD strategies and how managing your energy could be the key to avoiding burnout.
After his ADHD diagnosis but still struggling to get things done, Will decided to create the Hacking Your ADHD Podcast. Today he has had over 2 million downloads and 100 episodes.
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Altri episodi di "The ADHD Skills Lab"
ADHD-friendly working and the power of asking questions with ADHD coach Karen
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30:24Skye and Sarah are joined by Unconventional Organisation Head Coach Karen to talk diagnosis, ADHD-friendly workspaces, dopamine activities and the importance of asking questions. Karen has worked in the community, disability and neurodivergent sectors for over 20 years. After an ADHD diagnosis in her mid-forties, she focused her attention in this area, helping others embrace their unique strengths and utilise research-based strategies to navigate a world not always suited to the ADHD brain.The ADHD AcademyUnconventional Organisation
ADHD Research Insights: Dyslexia, dyscalculia and subclinical symptoms
35:23Join Sarah and Skye as they explore the potential links between ADHD and dyslexia, dyscalculia and other neurodivergence. The pair also discuss the individual differences in ADHD traits and how they present across the wider population. Could ADHD symptoms be a bell curve? Tune in to find out.The ADHD AcademyUnconventional OrganisationComorbidity and causality among ADHD, dyslexia, and dyscalculia.Neurocognitive Profile in Children with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Dyslexia. Mechanisms of cognitive disinhibition explain individual differences in adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder traits.
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Lindsay Guentzel: On ADHD, rejection sensitivity and burnout
41:36Until the age of 35, Lindsay Guentzel often struggled to remember day-to-day tasks without understanding why. Now, after an ADHD diagnosis in 2021, she is navigating her new normal and helping others do the same through her ReFocused Podcast.The award-winning journalist joins Skye on this week’s ADHD Skills Lab to share her experiences with masking, rejection sensitivity, burnout and executive dysfunction -- and the strategies she puts in place to overcome them.The ADHD AcademyUnconventional Organisation
ADHD Research Recap: Exploring the Genetics of ADHD
41:43In this podcast episode, Abbie, Sarah and Skye discuss two research papers, both related to ADHD and genetics. They explore a paper that delves into the role of microRNA in ADHD. The other study they discuss is a meta-analysis of ADHD genetics, which identifies 27 risk loci.Hit play and learn more about ADHD and genetics!The ADHD AcademyUnconventional OrganisationAlterations in microRNA of extracellular vesicles associated with major depression, attention-deficit/hyperactivity and anxiety disorders in adolescents.Genome-wide analyses of ADHD identify 27 risk loci, refine the genetic architecture and implicate several cognitive domains
Eric Tivers: How to build a strategy-based life with ADHD
41:00“My first diagnosis was lazy… I told my mum, my teacher thinks my name is ‘Don’t-Eric’.” This was Eric Tivers' experience growing up with undiagnosed ADHD. In the years since, he qualified as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and ADHD coach, produced over 500 episodes of the ADHD reWired podcast and won numerous awards for his work along the way. This week, he joins Skye to share his incredible expertise. The pair discuss playing to your strengths, recognising what you’re not so good at, and how to build a strategy-based life around your ADHD. You won’t want to miss this one!The ADHD Academy: https://courses.unconventionalorganisation.com/the-adhd-academy Unconventional Organisation: https://www.unconventionalorganisation.com/
ADHD Research Recap: Emotional dysregulation, white matter and working from home
26:24Did the pandemic impact how you work today? This week, Sarah and Skye take a look at the long-lasting legacy of working from home during COVID-19, take a deep dive into emotional dysregulation, and look into the white matter and inner workings of the ADHD brain. Hit play and let’s get into it! The ADHD Academy: https://courses.unconventionalorganisation.com/the-adhd-academy Unconventional Organisation: https://www.unconventionalorganisation.com/
ADHD burnout, balance and realistic expectations with Rosie Turner
45:07There’s much more to ADHD than forgetting where you left your keys. This week Skye is joined by ADHD wellness coach, Rosie Turner, to discuss navigating the corporate and personal world while contending with chaos, RSD and burnout. With her coaching business, Rosie is on a mission to break the stigma of ADHD and help those with it to reframe their mindset and unlock hidden strength. If you’re struggling with any aspect of ADHD, you won’t want to miss this episode.ADHD UntangledInstagram: @adhd_untangled, @rosieturnerstrengthFailing at Normal: An ADHD Success Story | Jessica McCabeThe ADHD Academy: https://courses.unconventionalorganisation.com/the-adhd-academy Unconventional Organisation: https://www.unconventionalorganisation.com/
ADHD insights: COVID-19 pandemic, sleep patterns
27:02Are you late to bed or early to rise? This week, Sarah and Skye are looking at the sleep patterns and circadian rhythms of those of us with ADHD. They also look at the impact of COVID-19 on ADHD symptoms and behaviours. There’s lots to cover, so hit play and let’s get started! The ADHD Academy: https://courses.unconventionalorganisation.com/the-adhd-academy Unconventional Organisation: https://www.unconventionalorganisation.com/The Experience of Adults With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in 2021 During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The UNCOVER StudyADHD, chronotype, and circadian preference in a multi-site sample of college students Morningness-Eveningness Questionnaire (MEQ)
ADHD psychology, parenting and self-criticism: A conversation with Emily Kircher-Morris
35:46Life with ADHD can be frustrating. That’s why it’s so important to silence self-criticism. Counsellor, author and host of The Neurodiversity Podcast, Emily Kircher-Morris, joins Skye to discuss this and plenty more -- from parenting and overwhelm to mental health and support strategies.When she’s not podcasting, Emily provides professional development worldwide and has a private practice in Missouri specialising in mental health support for neurodivergent individuals and their families.The ADHD Academy: https://courses.unconventionalorganisation.com/the-adhd-academy Unconventional Organisation: https://www.unconventionalorganisation.com/
ADHD Research Recap: Practical support strategies and stressed out study life
43:58Why do those of us with ADHD do the things we do? That’s one of the topics explored by Sarah and Skye in this week’s ADHD Research Recap. The pair also discuss research-backed strategies to support life with ADHD and how medical student stress levels impact self-reporting. Come for the latest research, stay for the practical strategies and shared experiences.The ADHD Academy: https://courses.unconventionalorganisation.com/the-adhd-academy Unconventional Organisation: https://www.unconventionalorganisation.com/A new paradigm for adult ADHD: A focused strategy to monitor treatmentHigher Perceived Stress Increases the Subjective Reporting of ADHD: A Sample of Medical Students.