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Refocused Podcast Highlights: Emotional Dysregulation

ADHD experts Tyler Dorsey and Katelyn Mabry share insights on emotional regulation and executive function in ADHD. Discover their strategies to empower kids and parents.

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It’s Often Not ADHD Alone: The Mental Health Conditions that Can Come with ADHD

Discover the high prevalence of mental health comorbidities in adults with ADHD, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and substance use disorders.

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The links between ADHD and Suicide

Discover the link between ADHD and suicide, learn key stats, and find out how to help. Understand the signs and take action during Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.

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Autism and ADHD: More Alike Than Different?

Discover the overlap between ADHD and autism, their differences, and effective coping strategies for both diagnoses to better support your child.

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Episode 16. ADHD and transitions: Why are they such a struggle?

Discover why transitions are challenging for people with ADHD and learn expert strategies from Dr. Gayle Jensen Savoie to manage these difficulties effectively.

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Episode 14. The Power of the Pivot

Lindsay Guentzel’s latest podcast episode is a raw, live recording addressing ADHD struggles, honesty, and the power of deadlines. Discover her inspiring journey!

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“But They’re Gifted”: Recognizing ADHD in High-Achievers

Discover how high achievers like Simone Biles, Bill Gates, and Leonardo da Vinci manage high-functioning ADHD. Learn the signs and seek professional help.

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Episode 9 – ADHD served with a side of procrastination and avoidance

Join journalist Lindsay Guentzel and Dr. Joseph Ferrari as they explore procrastination, especially in ADHD, and its impact on our lives. Listen now!

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Episode 4 – The different types of ADHD

Explore the three types of ADHD with insights from Dr. Gayle Jensen-Savoie and journalist Lindsay Guentzel, revealing real-life symptoms and impacts.

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