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Living Beyond ADHD

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Living Beyond ADHD

Dr B - Barbara A. Cohen, Ph.D., MFT, innovative educator, coach and psychot

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ADHD is one of the most researched yet least understood conditions of our time. Living Beyond ADHD host, Dr B, is here to explore relevant information that just isn't making it from the experts to the general public, and to close that gap. Those diagnoses missed in earlier years and made in adulthood, add many burdens to the discovery. Failed marriages, bankruptcy, unemployment, academic failure, underachieving, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and a deep mistrust of self, are just the ...
 
Welcome to the top education entrepreneurship hub on the internet. If you are an educator who wants to earn more, you are in good company. Whether you are working to get your first client or are running a multi-million dollar business, you are sure to find gems that will amplify your message and optimize your finances in these episodes. Ready to earn more?
 
Welcome to the podcast, Full PreFrontal: Exposing the Mysteries of Executive Function hosted by Sucheta Kamath. Executive Function is a core set of cognitive skills that allow humans to focus attention, block out distractions, plan ahead, stay engaged, temper emotions, and think flexibly while creatively solving problems to fulfill personal and social goals. The prefrontal cortex region of the brain, which governs Executive Function, is often compared to an air traffic control system at a bu ...
 
Join me, A single dad of one on a journey of parenting discovery...This podcast is for parents and families wanting simple solutions and techniques to help in the development of their children. In my weekly podcast i dive into the most important child development research, child psychology and speak with some of the most influential doctors, scientists and authors in the parenting space. all to help us as parents build and develop our own parenting tool kits. All to help our children grow an ...
 
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Alpha Parent

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Alpha Parent

Yulia Rafailova, Executive Function Coach

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Alpha parents are confident and outcome independent. They focus on creating a safe, secure, and non-judgmental space for their child to explore, learn, and grow. Alpha's know that in order to teach their child how to navigate the world, they must model the behavior, habits, and skills they want their child to learn.
 
The CharacterStrong Podcast: Weekly conversations for anyone in education. CharacterStrong is an organization that provides curricula and trainings for schools internationally. Our trainings help educators infuse character and social-emotional learning into the daily fabric of any classroom or campus. Our curricula focus on character development in order to help students cultivate social-emotional skills, their emotional intelligence, and help them develop a stronger identity and purpose in ...
 
The show details actionable guides, tactics, tricks and insights listeners can use to realize their potential. Firmsconsulting is a training company that finds and nurtures tomorrow’s leaders in business, government and academia via bespoke online training to develop one's executive presence, critical thinking abilities, high performance skill-set, and strategy, operations and implementation capabilities. Learn more at www.firmsconsulting.com
 
Join Speech-Language Pathologist Lacy Morise and Physical Therapist Nicole Sergent as they host warm and helpful conversations around their table where the early childhood world and daily parenting life meet. The friends and professionals from their village will inspire, challenge, and support you in your own journey as a parent, early childhood professional, or therapist.
 
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Curious Neuron

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Curious Neuron

Cindy Hovington, Ph.D.

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Curious Neuron breaks down child development and parenting research to help you apply it with your child. Our hosts, Drs Cindy Hovington and Marion Vanhorn are neuroscientists and moms of 3. They take a compassionate approach to science-backed parenting by not only chatting with experts but with real parents, like you! Our goal is to help you feel confident as a parent knowing that you are applying science-backed parenting and to help you feel less alone by sharing the journey of other paren ...
 
This podcast will help all parents with kids of all ages to learn how to decode the mysteries and challenges of being a parent in today's challenging times. We will concentrate on practical parenting approaches that you as a parent can use right away! There are tips and tricks as well as plenty of real life stories to help you see that you can make a difference in your family's life in simple yet noticeable ways. In order for your kids to change, you need to change first! The ripple effect i ...
 
Center for Talent Development (CTD) at Northwestern University is dedicated to serving the gifted community and ensuring that gifted students receive the education, encouragement and support they need to learn and grow into confident and accomplished adults whose love for learning grows stronger each year. CTD provides research-based assessment, advanced programs and resources to enhance a child’s schooling.
 
Parenting is not an exact science, but we explain the science behind it so you can parent with more understanding and less stress. Welcome to the Parent Lab podcast. We believe the secret to happier parenting is helping parents build confidence in their parenting skills and the ability to tackle any challenging situation.
 
Do you ever wonder if you're the only woman who runs errands in sweats so it will look like she went to the gym? Or how about the only mom who feeds her kids raw cookie dough and drives the kids to school in her PJs? Or if you're the only wife who “cooks” her husband cereal (or take out) for dinner? Do you need more laughter and less loudness, more self-love and less self-loathing, more joy and less judgment? You're not alone. Come to The Living Room, a place we get comfy, candid, and confid ...
 
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Today’s Episode with Sarah Ward: Sarah Ward is an executive function specialist whose work includes speaking, teaching, and writing. She gives presentations on developing and building executive function skills as well as providing executive function coaching interventions to children and young adults. Sarah originally worked in a hospital and speci…
 
When you set a goal, you are setting a direction for yourself. And setting a direction can change the course of your life; it depends on the goal that you set. In my 50s, I wrote a goal on my flipchart one day that I wanted to have a positive impact on the lives of at least a million people in my lifetime. I had no idea what that goal really meant …
 
Today’s Episode with Damen Fletcher: Damen Fletcher is the founder of Train of Thought, a program that gives every child access to the wonderful game of Chess. The purpose of Train of Thought is to give children the tools they need to make the right decisions in chess, but also in life. Growing up in Compton, Damen lived in a place of frequent viol…
 
Royce Bryan has been in education ever since graduation from Bemidji State University in 2003. He's taught in multiple states in the Midwest at multiple levels: middle school, high school, and higher education. Royce believes whole heartedly that life is all about being good at relationship and a good relationship is at the heart of wholistic educa…
 
What’s the urgent and yet preventable crisis in America? It’s poverty! The discussion about the maturation of the prefrontal cortex, down-regulation of amygdala as well as the flourishing of Executive Function skills throughout childhood is incomplete when according to the Children’s Defense Fund one in six children in United States live in poverty…
 
How to Talk to Kids about the Lifechanging Benefits of Friendship This podcast episode focuses on friendship and how important it is—not just to our psychological wellbeing but to our physical health as well. Friendship, as it turns out, affects us down to our cellular level. How can we talk to kids about these important benefits and how loneliness…
 
Today’s Episode with Jesica Levi: Jesica Levi is the founder of Canta con Jess (Sing with Jess), which helps children and adults learn Spanish in a unique and fun way. Learning a language has so many benefits including building stronger thinking skills, better memory and increased focus. And, learning through music makes it so much fun to learn! Je…
 
Kaia St. John graduating high school in 2020 and spent her freshman year of college at Washington State University. Throughout high school, she was highly involved in ASB through which she gained a love of servant leadership and SEL. She also has a year of experience tutoring middle school students and leading afterschool activities through the 21s…
 
Douglas Horton has said, “While seeking revenge, dig two graves - one for yourself.” Nothing is quite as satisfying as well-executed revenge where by taking justice into one’s own hands feels empowering, quenching the thirst for fairness. However, there’s another option; conventional wisdom often refers to as taking the higher road; letting the bet…
 
In today’s episode, we chat with actor, director, producer, father, and author of Man Enough to discuss masculinity and fatherhood. We need to make it ok for our boys to express emotions and to be vulnerable. This starts with us, in our home. We need to do the work so that dads can express themselves and feel that they are man enough. Join the conv…
 
Dr Laura Jana is a Pediatrician, educator, health communicator and award-winning author, Dr. Laura Jana finds connections across disciplines and crystallizes big ideas into far-reaching, real world applications, with a focus on social impact. Her most recent book, The Toddler Brain: Nurture the Skills Today That Will Shape Your Child’s Tomorrow int…
 
If you could get yourself to focus when and where you need to AND could shift your state or feelings so you feel like doing things you’ve planned, when it’s time to take action, would having those skills change your life? If you’re like other adults I’ve asked over the years, the answer is a resounding yes. But how? You are where your attention is.…
 
How to Talk to Kids about Porn This podcast will focus on talking to kids about porn. How do we raise children in a pornified culture? How does porn interrupt normal development in preteen and teen boys and girls? Parents, teachers and key adults play a huge role in helping kids grow up robust and healthy—and talking about the dangers of porn and t…
 
Physical and occupational therapists often advocate for children to climb UP the slide, hang from the monkey bars, spin upside, and climb trees. But why? There are many benefits to taking age typical motor risks. Join us for a delightful, fun, and informative conversation with expert Dr. Stacy Menz, PT, DPT, PCS. Stacy is the owner of Starfish Ther…
 
Today’s Episode with Jay Veal: Jay Veal is the CEO of INC Education, with almost 11,000 students and continues to have a 95% success rate. He is also the creator of Black Tutors of Social Media and The Jay Veal brand, all of which add positively to the education field. INC Education is not only a tutoring company. They also offer professional devel…
 
Jordyn Famimiko is a graduate of Raisbeck Aviation High School in Tukwila, WA. She strives to be a compassionate student-leader with a strong sense of civic responsibility. She inspires others to spread positivity and is looking to evoke change! Jordyn has been very active throughout her high school career. As a 2018 Teens in Public Service Intern,…
 
“I like you exactly the way you are.” These are the words brought to life by beloved TV host, Fred Rogers, and seems to be exactly what children need to know and experience that they are valued and loved. As culture has taken the time to pause and reflect on the powerful teachings of Mr. Rogers in the heavily consumed medium of television, the evid…
 
We kick off SEASON 4 with CharacterStrong Co-founder Houston Kraft and talk about the importance of having a strong foundation as we face adversity, and the difference between mental health and mental illness. We also chat about AET vs TDI, and the impact that focusing on academic engaged time has in our classrooms.…
 
In this weeks podcast i have the great pleasure of speaking with Mr Jonathan Juravich. As an Art educator and 2018 Ohio State Teacher of the Year Jonathan Juravich is interested in finding ways to teach empathy and Awareness. He teaches us the importance of self-awareness, and how social-emotional learning is fast becoming and important structure i…
 
How to Talk to Kids about Breaking Free of Anxiety and OCD This podcast will focus on how to talk to kids about anxiety and OCD. Dr. Robyn Silverman interviews Dr. Eli Lebowtiz about the key to helping kids cope with their anxious behavior—acceptance and confidence. This podcast provides many scripts and strategies for parents and educators. Specia…
 
I pursued an ADHD diagnosis with many professionals, only to be refused an assessment with two and granted an assessment with one who decided there was nothing significantly amiss with me – just a little anxiety. Seriously?! The two that turned me away said it would be a waste of time (whose time?) to assess me and the one that did, asked questions…
 
This episode is for any parent or caregiver with children or teens participating in organized sports, considering venturing into the world of youth sports, or for any coach or therapists working with student athletes. Sports medicine experts Dr Brad Dinklocker, PT, DPT, MS, ATC and Larry Shipley, LPTA, Performance Coach from Pro Physical Therapy jo…
 
Today’s Episode with Jay Bacrania: Jay Bacrania is the CEO and co-founder of Signet Education: a tutoring, test-prep, admissions consulting, and academic coaching company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Jay has realized over the years that certain pathways lead to more pain for the student and the family. In the more successful pathways, the com…
 
Conventional wisdom propels the notion that children from low-income backgrounds perform poorly because their families are less invested or do not value education as much as those from higher-income backgrounds. However, by applying a sociological framework to education, the evidence shows that schools, instead of contributing to the breaking of ec…
 
Kwame Ambaah is a senior attending Sam Houston State University and majoring in International Business, where he serves as a student leader in multiple organizations and a College pastor at a ministry called Second College. He is driven by a passion to help people in any way he can. Throughout his life he has dedicated his time to leadership and se…
 
In this weeks podcast we look at the art of resilience and how we can start helping our children become more resilient. SUPPORT MY WORK insta - https://www.instagram.com/simple_dad_happy_parent FB - https://www.facebook.com/simpledadhappyparentpodcast if you enjoy my podcast, the easiest way to show your kind support is by leaving us a positive rat…
 
How to Raise Humans in a Digital World This podcast will focus on digital citizenship, digital leadership and how to raise humans in a digital world. Diana Graber helps us understand how to help kids create a healthy relationship with technology by providing them with the skills they need to be safe, confident and productive online. Special guest: …
 
You may not know if being free of negative self-talk is going to be right for you. You may not know if you’re going to be SO happy with your new-found freedom that you’ll have to email me and tell me about it. You may not know if this transformation is going to be really fun and exciting. And, if it’s not as wonderful as others have experienced and…
 
Lacy is joined by Jeanette Washington, M.Ed., speech-language pathologist and educator. In this episode Jeanette defines what dyslexia is and how we can appreciate signs of dyslexia in children as young as one year of age. Jeanette shares common diagnoses that coexist with dyslexia. She thoroughly explains what executive functioning skills are and …
 
Today’s Episode with Anthony Salcito: Anthony Salcito is the Vice President of Microsoft Education, helping others do more with technology as a tool around the world. Microsoft Education’s main goal is to help drive student successes and have students leave schools with talent aligned to workplace needs and entrepreneurial spirit. Some specific wor…
 
In this podcast I cover a few things. First, what do bad teachers look like? How do they behave? Next, what can you do about it as a parent and, lastly, what can your child do about making it through the year in once piece having learned what they need to. Three types of bad teachers: Fluffy - ones that are nice but don't teach the material Boring …
 
Addy Esco is a native Texan but has made Alaska her home for the last 10 years. After completing her Bachelor's and Master's programs in Social Work at the University of Texas at Austin she relocated to Wrangell, Alaska. Addy's life was forever changed as a teenager by a few people willing to invest in relationships, so this work is her passion. Af…
 
In this episode I talk with Dr. Weisinger about their approach of transforming harmful parental pressure into healthy pressure. He has just released a new book with Dr. Christopher Thurber, The Unlikely Art of Parental Pressure: A Positive Approach to Pushing Your Child to Be Their Best Self. This book provides a roadmap for parents to engage in he…
 
When the New York Times in a student opinion piece asked “How do you think American education could be improved?”, Skye Williams from Sarasota, Florida wrote, ”I think that the American education system can be improved by allowing students to choose the classes that they wish to take or classes that are beneficial for their future. Students aren’t …
 
Michael Powell works with the birth to three population providing evaluations and guidance for families on how to deal with toddler behaviors. One of the most common topics of discussions he has with families is how to handle tantrums. Michael views tantrums through a unique lens that will inspire you to do the same. He explains why toddlers engage…
 
In this weeks episode we look at the importance and the meaning of empathy, as we gradually grow our knowledge on building character in our children. SUPPORT MY WORK insta - https://www.instagram.com/simple_dad_happy_parent FB - https://www.facebook.com/simpledadhappyparentpodcast if you enjoy my podcast, the easiest way to show your kind support i…
 
How to Talk with Kids to Build Motivation, Stress Tolerance & a Happy Home This episode of How to Talk to Kids about Anything focuses on effective communication tools that parents can use to best reach their children as they enter middle school and the teen years. How do we engage in respectful and effective dialogue, give constructive feedback, pr…
 
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