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The Neurodiversity Podcast talks with leaders in the fields of psychology, education, and beyond, about positively impacting neurodivergent people. Our goal is to reframe differences that were once considered disabilities or disorders, promote awareness of this unique population, and improve the lives of neurodivergent and high-ability people.
 
This weekly podcast is your go-to resource for real answers to parenting, working with or being neurodiverse. With the right information you will better understand neurodiverse brains, develop the skills to parent or mentor more confidently, and get better outcomes addressing neurodiverse challenges. Join Jason Grygla, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Director of TechieForLife, a specialized mentoring program for neurodiverse young adults and his wife, Debbie Grygla, Certified Life Coach ...
 
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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.
 
What is it like to find out late in life that you are autistic? The Autistic Woman talks about life experiences and how autistic traits affect her. You'll hear personal stories, opinions about research and the importance of autistic voices in autism studies. Includes some fun stuff too! This podcast is one of the top 2.5% most popular shows globally as ranked by Listen Score.
 
Are you or your partner on the spectrum/autistic? Do you have different communication styles; emotional and social needs; different processing speeds and styles; and have different sensory needs? Do you want to better understand, appreciate and accept each other's differences and strengths? If so, this podcast is for you! We share lived experiences, lessons learned and strategies for understanding each other in a mixed neurotype relationship. No relationship is perfect, however, “when you BO ...
 
The ADHD Adults Podcast (in)expertly covers issues around ADHD in adults, sharing evidence-based information and personal experiences. Join us for Alex the round-headed psychoeducation monkey and James's genuinely poor tips for coping as well as regular games, correspondence from absolutely real people and occasionally hearing from more professional guests.
 
My name is Joseph K Muscat and my purpose is to bring you through a journey of Neurodiversity awareness and skillsets in the workplace and with entrepreneurs. This is all about transforming our mindset, finding purpose, discovering our superpowers, setting clear goals and creating solutions that will increase productivity and profitability by becoming more inclusive and diverse.
 
The SquarePeg podcast invites autistic women and nonbinary people to explore navigating a neurotypical world and share their insights, challenges and successes. I hope that these conversations will be inspiring and thought provoking, open you up to new ways of thinking about being neurodivergent, and help you feel more connected to a worldwide community of people with similar experiences.
 
First impressions can take only 6 seconds to make! But if you’re neurodivergent, those quick judgments about you can be misleading. That’s where the Beyond 6 Seconds podcast comes in! Join me, Carolyn Kiel, as I talk with neurodivergent entrepreneurs, creators, advocates & more about their lives and identities. Their stories shatter misconceptions, break stigma and showcase the vibrance of neurodiversity.
 
From my neurodivergent family to yours. I'm Danielle Sullivan, a neurodiversity life coach and autistic parent with autistic and ADHD children. I'm here to help us all explore the world of neurodivergence. Neurodiverging episodes include stories and lessons from my life, deep dives into the traits and histories of ADHD and autism, and guest experts who talk about issues pertinent to ADHD and autistic folks in society. Welcome to Neurodiverging! Learn more on http://neurodiverging.com or http ...
 
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 ...
 
Neuroversity provides a space to educate ourselves and others about neurodiversity, to elevate the experiences of the neurodivergent, to be a source of support for members and allies of this community, and to help move the culture towards valuing and including diverse neurological conditions. This is a space where questions are welcomed and encouraged and honoring individual experiences is the number one rule.
 
Neurodiversity is an essential part of our society (and our lives) but it comes with frenemies that can make life challenging. Join ND coach, Sheila Kiechlin of Big Bang Coaching, LLC and mom of three along with her adult daughter, Paige Kiechlin, as they explore tools for your (and their) toolbox to help you live your best life. If you are interested in ADHD, ASD, Dyslexia, other NDs and have a sense of humor and a sense of fairness, want to hear information in a direct but compassionate ma ...
 
If you are a former gifted kid who grew up to struggle with basic adulting, then you need the Ex-Gifted podcast. Host Ren Eliza talks about gifted kid burnout, and the damage that lasts long into adulthood. Damage like battered self esteem, decimated internal motivation, and a continued failure to live up to expectations even while we were placed on pedestals and alienated from our peers. Ex-Gifted will cover failure, procrastination, imposter syndrome, and chronic anxiety and depression, an ...
 
When we're young, being different is scary, and for some reason, we go to great lengths to look, act, and think like everyone else. As a neurodivergent youth, the fear of being different can be even more terrifying. We are often afraid that others will see our creativity, free spirit, and general knowledge as something to be rejected and chastised for, but not anymore! Join Dr. Kristen Eccleston (published researcher, professor, and school mental health advocate) as she explores the amazing ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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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Neurodivergent Moments

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Neurodivergent Moments

Joe Wells and Abigoliah Schamaun

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Comedians Abigoliah Schamaun and Joe Wells are neurodivergent, meaning their brains work differently to how society expects brains to work. Abigoliah has a diagnosis of ADHD and Joe has an Autism diagnosis. In this new podcast they talk to other creative neurodivergent people about their experiences of having differently wired brains. Subscribe to our Patreon for bonus content. https://www.patreon.com/neurodivergentmomentspod If you've had a Neurodivergent moment you're happy to share with u ...
 
Neurodiversity - Eliminating Kryptonite & Enabling Superheroes is the Podcast that brings diversity of thought to life. In this Podcast we will be hearing from: The Rainmakers: Those people and organisations making the difference! The Advocates: Those people who are supporting Neurodiversity at Work. The Superheroes: Those leaders who are Neurodifferent and proud. This podcast will be the game changer we are all after. Theo Smith will be your host, a loud and proud Neurodifferent, Neurodiver ...
 
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A Team

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A Team

Robert Smythe and Rafael Mantesso

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A podcast hosted by Robert Smythe and Rafael Mantesso, two autistic artists having fun talking about being neuro-atypical. Only when they were well into adulthood did Mantesso and Smythe learn they are autistic; Mantesso was in his 30s and Smythe in his 50s. Their diagnoses explained a lot, but it wasn't until they met that each finally had the experience of talking to someone who thought just like them. Their freewheeling conversations have helped other people, autistics and neurotypicals a ...
 
"A World of Difference" celebrates and supports families who are navigating the journey of learning differences. The show is produced by Beacon College (America's first accredited baccalaureate institution dedicated to educating students who learn differently). Episodes examine neurodiversity issues related to learning disabilities, ADHD, dyslexia, autistic spectrum disorders, and learning differences from birth through the baccalaureate years through compelling storytelling, conversations w ...
 
We are Witherslack Group and we provide inspirational education and care to children and young people. We are the leading provider of specialist education and care for children and young people with social, emotional and mental health needs, communication difficulties (autistic spectrum disorder; Asperger’s Syndrome; speech, language and communication needs), ADHD and complex learning needs. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Hosted by a Canadian-born Asian with ADHD | Sharing perspectives & experiences of having ADHD through storytelling, keeping it fun and light with a bit of humor | Bringing awareness & advocating for ADHD brains from ALL backgrounds and communities, because we know ADHD is not defined by skin color, ethnic background, or where we are on the globe.
 
If you're raising an out-of-the-box kid, you've likely struggled with doubt, guilt, and shame in your motherhood. "Am I crazy?" you've likely wondered. "What am I doing wrong?" You've probably never met another mother raising a neurodiverse child like yours, and truth be told, your mental health has suffered. Host Megan Champion gets it and has a mission to bring connection and support to mothers raising neurodiverse children. Each week, a brave and vulnerable mom shares her story to the wor ...
 
The podcast for adults with ADHD. Hear stories, learn strategies, and get great productivity tips as we talk about the real-life struggles and what it takes to achieve success. Host, Eric Tivers, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, coach and entrepreneur (with ADHD) in private practice. Eric interviews a variety of guests. Many are people just like yourself, as well professionals, entrepreneurs, and ADHD experts.
 
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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Psychologically verified ADHD-haver Sarah and spergs Jeremy and Julian give advice with a neurodiverse twist, talk about food and get nostalgic about the pop culture of their childhoods. ---------- Sarah, Jeremy and Julian discuss the unsung losses of a romantic relationship and being forced by parents to socialise as an adult. ---------- How obnox…
 
You never know what you will get, and honestly, we never know what we will give when you tune into Two NeuroDiverse Moms. We are two friends full of passion, wine, ADHD, and all things mom-related. So join us for our feel-good talks about everything and nothing at all. You will surely leave with a few laughs and a smile! Don't Forget to leave a com…
 
Nichole is the broker/ owner of 1st Class Real Estate Platinum. Additionally, you should look to check Nichole out on the upcoming season 5 of Wes Bergmann’s television show The Blox, which is scheduled to drop this winter. Instagram: @1stclassrealestate_platinumr.By Kristen C. Eccleston, Ed. D.
 
We are joined by two guests, Keri WIlmot and Rosemary Richings, both of whom are dyspraxia experts in their own right. Rosemary is dyspraxic, and Keri is an occupational therapist. We look at the condition from both perspectives, and talk about accommodations, diagnoses, and more. Also, if you’re an educator, we have a great continuing education co…
 
Peter Sandeen is often called the “marketers’ marketer” because more than half of his clients are other marketing experts. They come to him to get clarity to what actually motivates people to buy what they sell, what makes people choose them over all the other options, and what impacts their results the most. Peter's approach is based on a decade o…
 
Greg Fuqua came into the counseling profession a few years ago after spending more then 20 years working as a professional artist and teaching at 10 different schools. He is an AANE certified therapist and has been on his own neurodiverse journey for the past few years. During this episode, Greg shares how Internal Family Systems has made a differe…
 
Chantal was diagnosed at a young age with both dyslexia and Irlen Syndrome. She takes us through her journey from her education to the workplace, In each milestone, she describes her challenges and the hurdles she had to overcome. In particular how the workplace, from her experience, is rigid to understanding and adapting to Neurodiverse Talent ___…
 
When a person's faith and spiritual values are used to coerce, convince, or control and manipulate, devastating harm is done. Weaponized faith is all too common, and I see the trauma it causes in so many of the men and women who contact me for help. "Scripts" about the roles of men and women, and husbands and wives, are often conveyed by well-meani…
 
Social media is almost inescapable in today’s world, for better or worse. Today around seven-in-ten Americans use social media to engage the world, according to the Pew Research Center. The numbers are growing as quickly as the new social media platforms to accommodate the connections. And while too much of it amounts to doom scrolling society’s sl…
 
When advocates discuss Neurodiversity, we include ADHD alongside autism, and many autistics also have ADHD diagnoses. As this audience knows, my daughters and I all have ADHD diagnoses. Our struggles differ, however, because ADHD takes many forms. On this episode of the podcast, I’m being joined by mental wellness advocate Carolina Gutiérrez. Carol…
 
This week we welcome Dr Sarah Bernard on the podcast. Dr Bernard is a disabled autistic ADHDer doctor based in Perth. She is a research team member at Autistic Doctors International and is passionate about disability advocacy and neurodiversity in healthcare. We cover a lot in this episode, including Sarah’s experiences as a neurodivergent woman in…
 
Episode 48 kicks off ADHD Awareness Month 2022, and ADHD Adults James and Alex are joined by some proper podcasters in the amazing Dawn and Laura from ADHD as Females. discuss the almost incredibly unresearched issue of imposter syndrome in ADHD. Alongside the usual game of 'What has James lost, forgotten or mislaid this week?", correspondence from…
 
About This Episode: Mom Katrina is sharing so vulnerably what mom guilt feels like when you're raising a neurodivergent kid. She put so much blame on herself for a lot of her child's struggles (and for losing her temper), and we unpacked that feeling in this conversation because it's just so relatable. Here are just some of the topics we discussed:…
 
Welcome to Season 5 of The SJ Childs Show- Today I had the fantastic opportunity to do this episode LIVE from the International Podcast Day Summit. In this great conversation, I speak to Tara Lynn Townes. She is the Founder and CEO of the Bullying Buddy App. She has authored two books, and we discuss how her son with dwarfism endured horrible bully…
 
D.L. Mayfield is a freelance writer from Portland, USA. She has written for Christian publications in the US for over 10 years, and is the author of several books, the latest of which, Unruly Saint, explores the life and work of the late American journalist, social activist and anarchist Catholic Dorothy Day. D.L. herself grew up highly religious i…
 
Autistic individuals are more likely to attempt suicide at rates alarmingly highly than in the non-autistic population. In this episode, Barry and Dave discuss critical issues regarding suicide and mental health with autistic professional, Lisa Morgan, based on her personal experiences and her professional mission to educate others around the risk …
 
Saira Nagda is a high school senior, looking towards her future and making a difference in her community. She is a captain of her Varsity Cross Country and Track Team. She is on the leadership board for her school's One Love Club, which educates students on what are healthy and unhealthy relationships. She founded the non-profit organization, RePla…
 
Today's episode is a beautifully practical; we're talking about memory with Danielle Winton of Memory Strategies! Danielle founded Memory Strategies in 2018 with a focus on how to help students and professionals learn effective and efficient techniques for studying, learning, remembering, focus, and productivity. We're talking about some things Dan…
 
About The Episode: Welcome to my new weekly series: My Turn! I receive wonderful questions every day from moms of neurodivergent kids, and I thought it would be helpful to compile a list of these questions and chip away at them, week after week, giving you my take on them based on my personal experiences. Today's Question: "Why does my gifted kid c…
 
This is number three in a series on ‘Smart People Problems’ - things that are challenging especially for humans with smart minds. This week, I'm looking at the challenge of picking and sticking to One Thing. How do you pick a career, a subject, a niche when, basically, there are an infinite number of things you could do? When you're a multipotentia…
 
In this episode, Laura Key from joins the show! Laura is a mom of two kids, a long-time editor and content-creator, hosts the , and is the editorial director at Understood.org! Understood.org is a resource for people with learning and thinking differences like ADHD and dyslexia, where Laura also co-leads the ! Join in as Laura and Eric share their …
 
Wrapping up Season 4 with an amazing episode and guest who I have known for over a decade! Not only has she changed the lives of MILLIONS of families and deaf individuals, but she talks about her journey as a mom, TV Host, and Producer, and you will just love to be able to know more about Rachel Coleman, Creator, and Host of Signing Times. https://…
 
Researchers say autistics miss context in communication by taking things literally. Non-autistics often communicate using innuendos and assumptions. Whose responsibility is it to make meaning clear - the speaker or the listener? Please take a moment and rate/review the podcast. It takes seconds to rate it and just a minute to review it. By doing so…
 
On episode 139, as part of Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month, we address depression and suicide among neurodivergent people. We talk about intervention techniques that can help parents, teachers, or anyone who interacts with neurodivergent people to understand and support them through trauma, depression, and suicidal ideation. We are joined by…
 
In the delayed second of a double-fister, the ADHD adults James and Alex discuss parenting with ADHD from a father's perspective. As James has zero children, another ringer, the brilliant Jules (Alex's better brother) is brought in to help. As usual, the podcast contains psychoeducation on the subject delivered by Alex the Psychoeducation Monkey, A…
 
*This replay episode is worth hearing once, twice, eight times - it's THAT GOOD. Avril gets me in a way that I had never really experienced before. You will feel SO seen while you're listening! And while I'm talking about Avril, I have to mention: She's one of our amazing mentors for the Mothers Evolve program. Our pilot launch starts next week - s…
 
In this episode Michelle and Monique explore two of the most common mental health conditions: depression and anxiety. We unpack what separates normal sadness and worry from clinical levels of depression and anxiety and what the ‘purpose’ of these emotional states are. We discuss the overlap of depression and anxiety in neurodivergence, including ho…
 
I'm autistic. And I can't DO social groups. I don't think I'm alone. So, I'm launching a hashtag. #GroupProcessingDisorder. Transcript: https://autisticaf.me/ #AutisticAF Out Loud Podcast Listen & Subscribe: Apple https://neon.ly/mDd3e Spotify https://neon.ly/p1Vay Audible https://neon.ly/vkXa1 Stitcher https://neon.ly/vx5Zn PocketCasts https://neo…
 
My guest this week is Dr Kate Tomas, a Spiritual Mentor who lives in mid Wales in the UK. Kate developed powerful psychic abilities from an early age, and by 22 had built a thriving international practice as a witch, healer and psychic for individuals, multinational brands, governments and CEOs. She holds a Doctorate of Philosophy in Theology from …
 
Brenden is the founder and CEO of MasterTalk, a coaching business he started to help ambitious executives & business owners become TOP 1% communicators in their industries so that they can accelerate their success in the workplace & companies. He also hosts a successful YouTube channel by the same name with over 11,000 subscribers. He has coached m…
 
David Henzel is the CEO of Upcoach and a veteran entrepreneur who has been building in the saas and e-com space for over 20 years. He had multiple exits, including MaxCDN. His passion is to help individuals and their organizations reach their full potential. Aside from Upcoach (Coaching Delivery System), he has a small portfolio of companies includ…
 
In this conversation, we talk about how passionate self-study is at the core of autistic experience, hobbies vs. independent study, autistics and employment, self-sabotaging thoughts, and how masking leads us to be interested in neuroscience and psychology. Links 00:02:59 Auticomm https://auticomm.mn.co/landing?space_id=773616 00:07:30 Autism commu…
 
About The Episode: Welcome to my new weekly series: My Turn! I receive wonderful questions every day from moms of neurodivergent kids, and I thought it would be helpful to compile a list of these questions and chip away at them, week after week, giving you my take on them based on my personal experiences. Today's Question: "How do I handle my neuro…
 
Here’s the truth: if we aren’t engaging in a process to learn about our clients’ cultures and our own biases, we are likely causing harm. In this episode, intersex and transgendered SLP AC Goldberg helps us explore how culturally responsive care can be the difference between causing micro-traumas for our clients or creating meaningful, positive rel…
 
This is number two in a series on ‘Smart People Problems’ - because yes, it’s amazing to have a smart mind, but it also comes with a unique set of challenges. In this second instalment, I look at how boreout affects smart humans. You'll learn: What boreout is In what arenas it occurs Why smart people are at higher risk of boreout What you can do to…
 
Problem: It's hard to remember that June and December have different struggles when it comes to productivity, mental health, and executive dysfunction if we don't actually mark the passage of time through the year. Solution: Celebrating the two solstices and two equinoxes is a great way to welcome a new season and actually tangibly remind yourself …
 
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