We’re trying something a little different this week. We’ve just finished back-to-back episodes with Dr. Marcy Caldwell talking about ADHD & Anxiety, and we thought that it would be good to revisit some of the things in those episodes that resonated with us as neurodivergents. Joining us is Jaye Lin, an ADHD coach, educator, speaker, and podcaster based in the Seattle area. Like many of us, she too has dealt with anxiety. In fact, before her ADHD diagnosis, she was diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder. Also joining the show is Phil Rodemann, the show’s Coordinating Producer, who also has dealt with anxiety many years longer than his ADHD.
Jaye Lin was the first and only ADHD-trained peer coach at Google, where she also co-founded and co-led the ADHD-Women@Google ERG. She received her coaching training from ADDCA and an e-Learning Instructional Design graduate certificate from the University of Washington. She also has a BS in Hospitality Management from San Jose State University, along with a culinary diploma from the Professional Culinary Institute, and is currently writing a cookbook for those with ADHD.
Resources mentioned in the podcast:
Website: The Monoceros Initiative
Book: “The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom” by Don Miguel Ruiz
Jaye’s Podcast: Now Presenting: ADHD