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Join Mona Kay as she focuses on increasing understanding of the strengths, differences, and challenges in mixed neurotype relationships. Whether you're autistic, neurotypical or allistic, this podcast is for you! Knowing how your neurology may impact your communication style, emotional and social needs, processing speeds, sensory needs and sexual and physical intimacy desires is critical, especially in your romantic relationships. Listen in and learn about other's lived experiences, lessons ...
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Jodi Carlton is a leading world expert in mixed neurotype relationship dynamics and communication. Her personal, but direct, style of educating and coaching is a favorite of both neurodivergent and neurotypical partners around the globe. Her unique blend of personal experience in her own neurodiverse relationships, as well as her professional expertise, positions her to understand both autistic and non-autistic individuals. She bridges the communication gap for couples with a blame-free mind ...
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Get ready to EXPAND your mind! The word NEUROQUEER goes beyond the intersection of neurodiversity and queerness. Neuroqueering is the practice of queering (subverting, defying, disrupting, liberating oneself from) neuronormativity and heteronormativity simultaneously. Through the lens of the neurodiversity paradigm and the social model and in conversations with neurodiversity-affirming professionals, we are going to challenge, rethink, and reframe systems and institutions. What we love about ...
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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is often talked about but is easily misunderstood. The Understanding Autism Podcast breaks down the misconceptions around autism for educators, parents and community members to promote awareness and understanding of neurodiverse people. Join hosts Nicole Kubilus, who shares her own personal experiences with autism, and Bret Thayer who shares his views on autism as a parent of an autistic child and an educator in this biweekly podcast.
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Aspieland

With your host John Allen

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Join us as we develop an understanding of Asperger’s Syndrome or Autism Spectrum Disorder. With a better understanding of an ‘Aspies’ reactions to the sensory overload in everyday life and the feelings that the overload can bring, In the hopes that we all may become more sensitive and compassionate not only to those who have the disorder, but to all humankind as well.
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Trish O'Dwyer primarily solo hosts an informal, 20-30 minutes, fortnightly on Friday mornings podcast for parents of autistic and/or neurodiverse children (all ages), their families and friends plus anyone wanting to understand what it's really like and how to support. The aim is for listeners to be able to take a breather, listen to someone they connect with, who knows what they are living and to feel validated and less isolated. I hope you laugh, you may cry, you may even gain some valuabl ...
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Neurodivergent Mates
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Neurodivergent Mates

Will Wheeler & Kevin Lennon (Photon Jon)

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“Neurodivergent Mates is a podcast delving into Neurodiversity and Mental Health, hosted by two neurodistinct professionals – Will, the ADHD and Dyslexic host, and Kevin, aka Photon Jon, an Autistic and ADHD cohost. They candidly share their personal experiences, discussing topics like relationships, dating, addiction, trauma, sex, education, careers, parenting, the workplace, and more.”
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Why Does My Partner
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Why Does My Partner

Rebecca Wong, Juliane Taylor Shore, Vickey Easa

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We're couple therapists and messy humans bumbling through our own relationships everyday. Between us we have more than 40 years of experience holding hard relational questions with our clients. We’re going to bring those questions here. And together we’re going to take a stab at answering those questions.
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For years, neurodivergent individuals have been told what to say, how to act, how to feel, what is okay or “appropriate” even when their body is sending them very different messages. Asking these individuals to conform and assimilate, disconnects them from their senses and body. As a result, most of our clients have lost connection to their own opinion or voice. They are actively masking their emotions, sensations, and voice. Many are scared to say the “wrong” thing all the time. The Differe ...
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Ambitious ADHD
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Ambitious ADHD

Katie Stibbs & Sara Robinson

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Exploring how ambitious curious people who consider themselves neurodiverse can learn to finally be fully themselves. We are not wrong we are just who we are. When we learn to accept ourselves and understand ourselves more all in all our brilliance messiness perfectionism, procrastination, and unique strengths we can really thrive. We will be sharing with you, our experience and inviting others to do the same. Our wish is for us to come together to celebrate growth and to see what is possibl ...
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Between the two of them, transformative coaches Angus and Rohini Ross have worked with hundreds of couples. They created the Rewilding Love podcast because they believe there is too much suffering in relationships. Too many good relationships fall apart because couples give up thinking their relationship problems can’t be solved. Many couples don’t know how to navigate low moods, conflict, and emotional reactivity. In each season of the Rewilding Love Podcast, Rohini and Angus will help a co ...
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Looking for inspiration and validation on your mental health journey? This is a podcast about ADHD, by those with ADHD. Lobow and his guests offer support, comfort, and that spark to ignite your full authentic self! We all know that there are struggles that come with our ADHD symptoms, this podcast reveals others’ experiences, tips to overcome those, and a guide to self-acceptance. If you’ve ever wondered if you are broken, Lobow will undoubtably help you see the greatness in yourself and li ...
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Hi, friend! Welcome to your new favorite podcast for women with ADHD, because life isn't meant to be this F'N hard! Hosted by Jamie Cutino, a licensed Occupational Therapist, TEDx Speaker, ADHD Coach and Advocate, this podcast is a space for women to come together and learn how to outsmart their ADHD. (Or at least figure out a way to FINALLY put away the laundry!) Each episode, Jamie, inspirational ADHDers, and ADHD experts, will share their knowledge and experience to help you overcome the ...
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Betrayal is traumatic, and those who have been betrayed by partners living secret lives of sexual addiction deserve to be empowered and supported with knowledge and resources to allow them to move from shock through grief and into growth. On Betrayal Recovery Radio, our host, Dr. Jake Porter, lays out important topics for both sex addicts and their betrayed partners through conversations leading to hope and healing. Betrayal Recovery Radio is the official podcast of The Association of Partne ...
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This Food Thing is hosted by Jemma Richards. Jemma suffered with eating disorders for years. Now she’s out the other side she wants to open up the conversation. In each episode, she invites a special guest to join her to discuss their relationship with food, whether it is easy or less so, and how it affects their behaviour. Jemma takes a light approach but she believes if this area of our lives is skewed, then so is the rest. It’s never just about food. This podcast is a series of conversati ...
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Welcome to our mental health awareness podcast. If you're one of the millions of teens, adults and (entire) families being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD (hyperactive)/ADD (inattentive), Anxiety, Depression or other Neurodiverse conditions without a meaningful support group or a roadmap, jump right in with us. Our raw and unfiltered journey will help you. We'll break it down and talk about it in a real, raw and sometimes tragic perspective. We lived it. And thanks to a few key ...
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Join parenting coach and mom-in-the-trenches, Penny Williams, as she helps parents, caregivers, and educators harness the realization that we are all beautifully complex and marvelously imperfect. Each week she delivers insights and actionable strategies on parenting and educating neurodivergent kids — those with ADHD, autism, anxiety, learning disabilities... Her approach to decoding behavior while honoring neurodiversity, and parenting the individual child you have will provide you with th ...
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Dave Finch is a husband, a father, a business owner, and a New York Times bestselling author. And, he just happens to be autistic. Like an alien who crash-landed here on earth and decided to stick around, Dave spends most of his time trying to make sense of human interaction. Filled with humor and surprising wisdom - and based on his bestselling memoir, The Journal of Best Practices - DAVE reveals a candid story of ruthless self-improvement and a unique window into neurodiversity.
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The ADHD Manual: How to survive with a colorful brain in a black and white world. Living with ADHD in a world built for neurotypicals (people with the most common brains) is like trying to follow an IKEA assembly manual for our Hot Wheels race car track pieces. We could toss this rocket launcher and buy crappy plastic pins. Or we could toss the manual and write our own.
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Tim Goldstein draws on his background in business and business management, sales and marketing, and various developer and manager roles in the tech industry. Tim's unique autistic view point combine with his ability to clearly express the most complex ideas make him the world's only Neurodiverse Communication Specialist.Tim discusses a range of issues faced by the autistic and neurodiverse adult in all facets of life drawing from both his experience after being diagnosed with Asperger's at a ...
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This Meetings Today podcast gives event professionals the chance to overhear raw, unfiltered conversations between the event industry’s most influential women. Hosted by speaker and writer Courtney Stanley, Dare to Interrupt brings together industry professionals who shed light on important topics facing women today, from imposter syndrome to sexual harassment to negotiating pay and the list goes on. Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform!
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An unfiltered podcast for neurodiverse humans navigating life, business and relationships. On That Inner Voice we say it like it is, no fluff, no sleazy sales pitches - simply a space of self expression, to be seen & heard. We all have 'That' Inner Voice; right? You know the internal dialogue of people all talking at once? Or is that just me? Do you find yourself thinking, 'Did I actually say that out loud?' If so, you are in the right place, so get uncomfortable and play an episode! The pod ...
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Co-create
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Co-create

Caroline Addington, PhD

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A podcast about life in the gym and beyond. Hosted by Dr. Caroline Addington, former scientist turned personal trainer. Co-create is a laid back a mix of strength training and mobility talk, interviews with people wiser than we are, and the occasional deep dive into movement science. We've ranked in the top 100 for our category on iTunes and new episodes drop every other week [more or less]. Welcome to co-create and enjoy! 👽🫧
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The podcast where we explore and celebrate the lives of ARTISTS with ADHD. Life, art, superpowers, and... wait what was I saying?! Hosted by Sarah Gise, your fellow ADHD artist. We'll have interviews with all different types of artists with ADHD, as well as some mental health experts. Hear stories, jot down some tips, fight the stigma, and have a great time hanging out with us! Original music for this podcast was composed by Christopher Aaron Knarr. You can find more of his work at www.Chris ...
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Whether you are student or recent grad looking for guidance, an entrepreneur starting your own business or a seasoned worker looking for some motivation and inspiration to try something new - you have come to the right place! This podcast creates a space for students, recent grads, and seasoned workers to share their voices with a focus on life experiences including their high school to post-secondary to work transitions as well as insights into the working world. Each episode is produced "f ...
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Blaze

Megan Smyth

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The go-to podcast for trailblazing entrepreneurs who believe in doing business (and life) DIFFERENTLY. Tired of hearing the same fluffy advice over and over again? We’re pulling back the curtain to give you an honest take on entrepreneurship. No BS, just real, practical strategies to fuel your growth — and remind you that wherever you are on your journey, you’re not in this alone. Join host Megan Smyth for weekly interviews, roundtable discussions, and solo soapbox episodes to help YOU blaze ...
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In this podcast, master certified coach, speaker and trainer Else Kramer shares strategies from her coaching practice for people with smart minds. This podcast is geared towards gifted adults - and the people who work with them. She discusses how to avoid bore-out and burnout, how to love your fast brain whilst accepting some of the challenges it may bring, and how to design a life that perfectly supports your smart mind. She also advocates for wider understanding and acceptance of giftednes ...
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Join our expert clinical therapists as they interview psychologists, researchers, and practicing clinical therapists. Learn about the tools therapists use to help their patients with Anxiety, Trauma, Postpartum Depression - and so much more. Watch along on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChXdGAlEq_zt55Eev7sv5lQ/videos Disclaimer: Therapy Talks does NOT provide medical services or professional counseling, and it is NOT a substitute for professional medical care. The content found in ...
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How does technology influence our lives, work and relationships? Join Cisco co-hosts Collette and Rosie as they embrace a balanced life in the tech world and interview inspiring guests. Disclaimer: We like things explained simple. We’ll take the tech acronyms out and put the fun in.
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We all would like to think that we're immune to being persuaded, but were that true, advertising wouldn't work, the best candidates would always get elected, and our personal relationships would always be equitable. On Belief examines why, with so much information available to us to dissuade us from joining harmful groups. I ask people who have had first hand experience with harmful groups and sects how they were seduced, how they were tricked, and how they got out.
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According to the Government of Canada (see link below), 1 in 3 Canadians experience mental illness during their lifetimes. Our mission statement is to destigmatize mental illness. Our lived experience with mental illness may help others recognize symptoms in their lives, or understand the struggles of neurodiverse individuals. This podcast is released by Peer Health volunteer students. Peer Health USask is a Student Wellness Centre initiative and run by student staff and volunteers. All stud ...
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Design Your Life And Business: The Podcast For Leaders is brought to you by BrightMind Consulting Group. In each episode, host Jevon Wooden sits down for meaningful conversations with leaders, experts, and entrepreneurs, giving you the tools to become the architect of not just your business, but your life too.
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“How can I give my kids a normal childhood, when mine was anything but?” Post-Traumatic Parenting is the podcast for anyone who has ever asked themselves that question. Robyn Koslowitz, Ph.D., clinical psychologist and Post-Traumatic Parent, combines the fields of post-traumatic recovery and growth with our best understanding of how to raise Little Humans. Through interviews with experts in the fields of behavior science, psychology, trauma, and child development, as well as interviews with ...
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Everybody In
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Everybody In

The Wayfaring Band, Inc.

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Mackenzie Beauvais-Nikl, the co-host of "Everybody In," experiences autism. But this podcast isn't really about that, exactly. This podcast is about conversations and connections. It's about how we are the same, and how we're different. For each episode, Mackenzie and her co-host Andrea Moore interview a different guest. Some of their guests experience intellectual and developmental disabilities, also known as I/DD, and some don't. They talk about friendship, family, adulthood, and -- when i ...
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Help for anxiety, with Chloe Brotheridge, expert hypnotherapist, coach and author of The Anxiety Solution and The Confidence Solution. Check out my Hypnotherapy Downloads www.calmer-you.com/collection or get your FREE High Functioning Anxiety Workbook at www.calmer-you.com/workbook . Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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I have spent over 18 years in the sector and through this journey I’ve always thought we don’t truly understand or appreciate who the people are within our industry and their challenges, big or small, their values and motivations. Whether it’s because of the organisations we work in, the disciplines we are categorised into, the locations we work from, or the role we undertake. Ultimately… we all have barriers, and I’ll be getting behind these by talking to people from across our industry to ...
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Neurodiverse Relationship expert, Jodi Carlton, shares a tip about improving communication with your autistic partner. Autistic individuals think in images more than in words, so using images like photos instead of texting words can be much more effective in communicating requests to an autistic partner or family member. 👩‍💼 Hi, I'm Jodi Carlton, a…
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Today’s listener question comes from a partner in a neurodiverse couple, asking us to talk about navigating differences when one partner has neurological differences like Autism or ADHD, and the other is “neurotypical.” Oh boy do we have thoughts and feelings about this! We end up spending a lot of time sharing how neurodiversity impacts our own li…
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When this episode first aired, it was just directed at OT practitioners. But it’s simply too full of insight to not share again with our broader audience. Jen Schonger is the part time operations manager at Communication FIRST and the mom to two daughters, one of whom is Autistic. In this conversation, Jen shares her insight about the important bli…
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Does what we eat have an impact on our mood and memory? And should we be thinking about brain health when we make diet choices? Claudia Hammond speaks to Dr Ellen Smith from Northumbria University about the latest food supplement taking TikTok by storm; Lion's Mane mushrooms. We are used to foods being promoted for their physical health benefits, b…
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In this episode, we interview licensed social worker and QPR Gatekeeper Instructor, Katelyn Szymanski on the research and advocacy work she has done around suicide awareness and prevention for the neurodiverse community in Maryland.By Nicole Kubilus, Bret Thayer
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If you and your partner are looking for ways to improve your communication in your mixed neurotype relationship, then you will want to register for the workshop that Greg Fuqua and Mona Kay are co-facilitating on March 1st: "Strategies and Tools for Increasing Healthy and Respectful Communication in Your Neurodiverse Relationship" The topics that w…
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Anxiety is a signal that’s really good at letting you know something isn’t working – the only thing is, it’s not so good at pointing out exactly what that thing is. Diving into today’s question about anxiety in a relationship brings us to unpacking just what anxiety is, attachment styles, culture and epigenetics, and a whole lot more. We also talk …
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In this episode of Design Your Life & Business - The Leaders Podcast, host Jevon Wooden is joined by Karan Rhodes, Founder and CEO of Shockingly Different Leadership. Join them as they explore: How people can feel empowered as leaders in their professional lives Top tactics that set elite leaders apart The importance of infusing personal values int…
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Neurodiverse Relationship expert, Jodi Carlton, shares a tip about improving communication with your autistic partner. Autistic individuals think in images more than in words, so using images like photos instead of texting words can be much more effective in communicating requests to an autistic partner or family member. 👩‍💼 Hi, I'm Jodi Carlton, a…
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In this episode (part 2 of 2) we continue with our interview with Martin Moxness. If you haven’t listened to Part 1, please start there. Martin is an autistic adult who lives in Denmark and is a successful Instagram and TikTok influencer - you can find him by searching A_Different_Spectrum. He uses his personal journey and unique perspective to edu…
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A great and harmful myth perpetuated for decades is that autistic people are incapable of deep connection, empathy, and loving relationships with others. Over the years, diagnostic criteria have included wording to this effect. We now know that this generalization is inaccurate, largely due to an understanding that autistic children and adults may …
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Katie Stibbs: Solo Episode How Agitation Around My Big Birthday Inspired This Inquiry Show Notes: I talk about friendship and inspiring amazing women in my life Jo Parkes https://theplace.org.uk/profile/jo-parkes https://www.joparkes.com/ Exploring how our expectations around important events, people, and situations can cause us feelings of huge di…
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#1 Food wars vs food relationships and the battle with their sensory systems that are constantly changing. There is so much more going on than just the food. It's different to the neuro-typical journey of fussy or picky eaters. My own experiences and advice from having raising a now 20 yr old son who is adhd plus my youngest Henry who is on speakin…
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🎙️ Welcome, Coffee With Convery listeners! In today’s episode, we are joined by a remarkable individual, Chris Hooten, who is on a mission to reshape the narrative surrounding neurodiversity and foster inclusivity in teams, organizations, and communities. 🌟 Chris is a passionate advocate working tirelessly to change the way we think and talk about …
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Healing from childhood trauma is at the heart of today's podcast episode, where I sit down with Brandi Cox, author of "In Better Hands: An Appalachian Memoir of Healing and Grace." Brandi's raw and inspiring narrative, released just this year, offers a beacon of hope to anyone navigating the aftermath of a turbulent past. As a debut author, she sha…
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In this episode of Beautifully Complex, I’m sharing a deeply personal story about a challenging experience with my son and the valuable insights it brought us regarding challenging behavior and supporting our neurodivergent kids. Through sharing this experience, I emphasize the need for flexibility and understanding in dealing with challenging beha…
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Neurodiverse relationship expert, Jodi Carlton, shares advice on handling emotional responses in neurodiverse relationships. Jodi emphasizes the importance of acknowledging the validity of emotions from both partners, and discusses the problems that arise when fight or flight responses overwhelm the conversation and issues are not resolved. She sug…
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If you are looking for tools and strategies to increase healthy and respectful communication in your mixed neurotype relationship you can register at the link below for the amazing workshop that Greg Fuqua and Mona Kay are co-facilitating on Zoom on March 1st from 1-3pm EST. https://www.neurodiverselove.com/product-page/strategies-tools-for-increas…
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Whether you’re single or in a relationship, whether you work with your loved ones or you just want to feel more supported and understood…we’ve got you covered in this episode. Karina Daves is a relationship coach who teaches women how to enjoy more satisfying partnerships. Leveraging her experience as a former social worker and adjunct professor of…
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Welcome back to the WDMP podcast. Today’s question brought up a lot of feelings in us. More than anything, we want to offer our support and compassion to this listener, and any of you out there, who are feeling iced out of your relationship like this, whose partners react to conflict by threatening to leave or shutting them out for weeks at a time.…
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In this episode of Design Your Life & Business - The Leaders Podcast, host Jevon Wooden is joined by motivational speaker and author Terry Tucker. Join them as they discuss: Why it’s important to be curious How to sustain success through continuous growth and adaptability Surrounding yourself with positive influences The importance of being a lifel…
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Steve is a nutritionist and owner of the Mind Muscle Clinic. “Trying to educate people that it isn’t as difficult as it may seem, a lot of people who have come to me as a client dread it… but once they see the benefits it becomes a new habit. A new way of life." On one level, the “it” Steve talks about is health and fitness but on another, he’s all…
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With an increasing number of actors speaking out about their neurodivergence, neurodiversity is gaining prominence in the film industry. That’s why we’ve invited Kyle Goldfinch, this week’s guest, to discuss his upcoming film “Neuromance” Which is about a person called Nate who is twenty-three years old, living with Autism and discovering the horro…
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In this episode (part 1 of 2) we had the pleasure of interviewing Martin Moxness and we are so excited to share it with you. Martin is an autistic adult who lives in Denmark and is a successful Instagram and TikTok influencer. He also has a gift for music and photography. Martin is autistic and uses his platform to raise awareness of Autism, as wel…
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In this episode of Ambitious ADHD, we delve into the profound impact of change work, particularly for women with ADHD. After struggling to break through my client's narratives and self-judgment, adding in more tools for self-hypnosis and journeys to access their inner knowing and wisdom has been the game changer. Not only have they been able to get…
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On this episode of Neurodivergent Mates, we are discussing “What Does Neurodiversity-Affirming Psychotherapy Actually Look Like?” To delve into this topic further, we will be joined by our American mate, Mallorie Rodgers. Check out the questions below to see what we will be discussing. QUESTIONS: 1. Tell us a bit about yourself 2. Tell us a bit abo…
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🌿☕️ Welcome to Coffee with Convery! Today, we're delving into the captivating realms of chemistry, sustainability, academia, and innovation, one cup at a time, with our special guest, Ayodele Fatona! 🚀🔬 Ayodele's career journey, from overseeing introductory chemistry labs to teaching and guiding research projects at McMaster University, is nothing …
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In this episode of Beautifully Complex, I have a candid conversation with Anouk Briere-Godbout about the challenges of parenting neurodivergent children. Our discussion focuses on the impact of societal pressure on parental confidence and the importance of finding supportive communities for parents facing similar struggles. Anouk shares personal ex…
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In the bonus episode, explore the crucial aspects of setting boundaries and recognizing deal-breakers in neurodiverse relationships. Discover the importance of conveying both physical and emotional limits to your partner and learn strategies for explaining your responses to specific actions without trying to control your partner. Hear about the imp…
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As professionals, we are always working towards something with our Autistic clients. But are we working on the things that will truly help them lead the lives they want to live? In this episode, Autistic researcher Dr. Monique Botha helps us dive into the nuance, meaning, and impact of this question. They also help us identify what research should …
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If you would like to join the "mixed neurotype" support group that Mona Kay and Jodi Carlton co-facilitate called "Navigating Your Neurodiverse Relationship" you can register at: https://jodicarlton.com/groups/The cost is ONLY $25 per session and we offer 2 groups (12:30-2PM EST and 6:30-8pm EST) and they both meet on the 1st Wednesday of each mont…
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“Know, like, trust is dead.” Do I have your attention? Good, because today we’re tackling a much-neglected topic in the online business world: cold leads. A lot of marketing advice (especially for women, let’s be real) is very warm lead-centric—it’s all about nurturing, providing value, and building relationships. And all of that is great! But it’s…
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When we talk about repair, we’re talking about a whole lot more than saying you’re sorry. Sometimes jumping to apologize right away can actually be counterproductive. On the other hand, letting something stay unresolved in a relationship leads to festering hurt and resentment. With today’s listener question, we talk about what happens when one pers…
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In this episode of Design Your Life & Business - The Leaders Podcast, host Jevon Wooden is joined by Shelley Zalis, the CEO of The Female Quotient. Join them as they discuss: The power of collaboration for transformation The importance of prioritizing inclusivity What the algorithm of equality is And much more! Shelley Zalis is a pioneer and an exp…
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In this episode we explore the sensitive topic of suicide. How does autism impact suicidal thoughts? What social and cultural factors might contribute to thoughts of suicide? Nicole shares her own struggles with this topic and shares resources and strategies that helped her overcome thoughts of suicide.…
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“I always said I’m recovering from eating difficulties and eating disorders. When I realised it’s much less about recovering, but about uncovering I started to call my journey the uncovering journey.” Flurina is an osteopath, dancer and creator of The Breathing Body Podcast. When Flurina was eleven she had an idea that being thin would make her hap…
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Temple Grandin on Understanding Different Minds: Its importance in Education, Life Skills and Eventual Employment for Younger Autistic Individuals One of the many groundbreaking contributions that Dr. Temple Grandin has made in her career is increasing awareness of different learning styles demonstrated by autistic and neurodivergent individuals. H…
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On this episode of 'My Friend Autism', Orion Kelly explores the toxic narrative and portrayal of Autistic people. Orion Kelly is an Autistic YouTuber, podcaster, author, actor and Autistic advocate. Find out more and check out his podcasts & YouTube videos at Orion's website: https://orionkelly.com.au All rights reserved.…
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In this episode we give you a few examples from episode 8 where we talk about the new ideas that we have been discussing on this podcast so far and how difficult it can be to embrace doing something different than what has been done for so many years. Listen on Podbean Listen on Apple Facebook: Mindsight Therapies Instagram: Mindsight Therapies…
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🎙️ Welcome to "Coffee with Convery" ☕, where we sip on stories and explore the world of work! Join us as we unravel the journeys of our incredible guests. 🌟 Today's spotlight is on Matthew Chin, the culinary virtuoso from Toronto, Canada. 📸 As a freelance Food Content Creator and Recipe Developer, Matthew transforms flavors into captivating visuals…
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Dr. Nathan Regier, your host, welcomes Caverly Morgan to today’s episode. Caverly is a spiritual teacher, author, speaker, and nonprofit founder. She is the founder and Lead Contemplative of Peace in Schools—a nonprofit that created the nation's first for-credit mindfulness class in public high schools. She is also the founder of Presence Collectiv…
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In this episode of Beautifully Complex, I’m talking with Emily Hamblin about the unique ways neurodivergent kids might show their love for you. Emily shares her personal journey of recognizing and appreciating her children's unique love languages, discussing the impact of neurodivergent traits on their communication of love and care. The conversati…
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