Refocused with
Lindsay Guentzel

Join me as I gain real insight into attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder by talking to the people who know it best — the ones living with it and the mental health providers working with them.

Our stories connect us

So much is misunderstood about ADHD and the only way to change that is by having real, straightforward conversations.

Lindsay Guentzel was almost 35 years old when she was diagnosed with ADHD. It turned out to be the answer she didn’t know she was looking for.

The journalist and mental health advocate has teamed up with ADHD Online to explore the often misunderstood world of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Discover tools and mindset shifts to help you start living your best life.

Those old, outdated assumptions about ADHD? Refocused with Lindsay Guentzel is changing that narrative. Those stigmas have held us back for long enough. It’s time to refocus our energy and we hope you’ll join us.

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Meet Lindsay

Lindsay Guentzel is a television and radio host, producer, writer and mental health advocate who started a new chapter in life after being diagnosed with ADHD in January 2021.

“It was like receiving a manual for my brain that had been lost in the mail,” she says. “I immediately wanted to know everything I could and as I dove further into the emotional symptoms of the disorder, I realized everything I had been treated for over the years came back to ADHD. I am slowly seeing how ADHD has held me back and allowed me to set up roadblocks in my own life and the power that comes from simply identifying that is indescribable.”

An award-winning radio journalist and producer, Lindsay’s work has appeared in The New York Times, ESPN, CBS Radio and FOX Sports, among others.

Like many people with ADHD, Lindsay’s interests are vast — she loves cooking, running, DIY projects, animals, traveling, spending summers on the lake and at the ballpark, and enjoying time with family and friends. She lives and works in the Twin Cities.

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