The Stimulus Driven Brain-logo

The Stimulus Driven Brain

69 Favorites

People with ADD/ADHD don’t struggle because they choose to. It is not a matter of lacking intelligence or being lazy. In addition to trouble with focus, people often need to overcome the assortment of myths that surround ADD/ADHD, including questioning that it even really exists. Explore the cutting edge of what leading coaches, medical clinicians, authors have to share about effectively overcoming the challenges of ADD/ADHD. Learn practical ways of not just effectively managing the challenges but capitalizing on the many assets that ADD can be.

People with ADD/ADHD don’t struggle because they choose to. It is not a matter of lacking intelligence or being lazy. In addition to trouble with focus, people often need to overcome the assortment of myths that surround ADD/ADHD, including questioning that it even really exists. Explore the cutting edge of what leading coaches, medical clinicians, authors have to share about effectively overcoming the challenges of ADD/ADHD. Learn practical ways of not just effectively managing the challenges but capitalizing on the many assets that ADD can be.
More Information

Location:

United States

Description:

People with ADD/ADHD don’t struggle because they choose to. It is not a matter of lacking intelligence or being lazy. In addition to trouble with focus, people often need to overcome the assortment of myths that surround ADD/ADHD, including questioning that it even really exists. Explore the cutting edge of what leading coaches, medical clinicians, authors have to share about effectively overcoming the challenges of ADD/ADHD. Learn practical ways of not just effectively managing the challenges but capitalizing on the many assets that ADD can be.

Language:

English


Episodes

The Stimulus Driven Brain – Organization from Big to Small

12/20/2010
More
Can we look at organizing a whole year . . Of course we can! The planning for the year involves using a master calendar. Dialing the pages of our lifecloser, we can look at the organization of a quarter at school, a month in our lives,and dial it down to a week at a time and finally a day at… Read more about this episode...

The Stimulus Driven Brain – ADD and Self Esteem

12/6/2010
More
How does self esteem and self concept form? We live our lives as the person and capabilities we believe we have. Is this carved in stone or can we change how we see ourselves? Start today by taking command of your beliefs and live the life that you want.

The Stimulus Driven Brain – When woman with ADD ride the Estrogen rocket, i

11/29/2010
More
Menopause is often a time where ADD symptoms can increase. It can feel like a return to the challenges that were there before treatment of ADD/ADHD. Join George H. Glade as we find out what woman can do about these changes. You might even want the men in your life to give a listen so they can have some understanding… Read more about this episode...

The Stimulus Driven Brain – Lynn University, a school with the ADD/ADHD Stu

11/22/2010
More
This weeks show features my interview with Stacey Bauberger, M.Ed. and ADD coach at Lynn’s Center for Achievement and Learning. This school has a very well developed academic coaching program and an assortment of other supports for the ADD college student. This is a school to not miss hearing about, perhaps for you or for you for someone you know!… Read more about this episode...

The Stimulus Driven Brain – The Good, The Bad and the Ugly or all about sti

11/15/2010
More
This is the program that if you are working with a therapist or a coach, you want to get them to listen! It tells you the basics about the two major classess of Stimulant Medications and how they are used in contemporary practice. Are they a pathway to addiction? Find out by listening to The Stimulus Driven Brain as host… Read more about this episode...

The Stimulus Driven Brain – Having trouble getting off of the mark to get t

10/11/2010
More
Do you start projects only to have them sit partially completed. This week George talks with certified life coach Jodi Pierce about getting untracked in your life to start and complete your goals.

The Stimulus Driven Brain – The negative Effects of Stimulants

10/4/2010
More
Hear what a person who prescribes medications has to say about the negative side of stimulants. There are no perfect medication. Separate the evidence based information from the hysteria that can accompany people’s perspective on taking medications

The Stimulus Driven Brain – ADD/ ADHD, The unique sleep issues for Children

9/27/2010
More
Does your child frequently wake up in the middle of the night? Are they hard to get to bed and even worst to try to get up in the morning? Do they have bad dreams, or even night mares and remember them so they can tell you about them latter? If any of these questions ring true for you, then… Read more about this episode...

The Stimulus Driven Brain – Sleep issues with ADD/ADHD

9/20/2010
More
To sleep perchance to dream. We can drean if we have trouble falling asleep, or staying asleep. ADD can lead to some unique difficulties with sleep. find out some effective ways of dealing with them

The Stimulus Driven Brain – Week 1038

9/13/2010
More
Week 1038

The Stimulus Driven Brain – Are you just reacting to problems at school and

9/6/2010
More
Turn the tables and go from reactive to proactive in helping your child in your family manage childhood ADD/ADHD. Explore more of the Mets surrounding childhood ADD/ADHD.

The Stimulus Driven Brain – Is your child an exuberant, highly active child

8/29/2010
More
Find out what separates the two, and how learning disabilities are yet another wrinkle to what can be a complex picture. Explore some of the many myths around children with ADD/ADHD.

The Stimulus Driven Brain – Conquering Clutter

8/23/2010
More
Do you feel that you’re drowning it quicksand of paperwork stacked on your desk? Did you ever mis- place a small child or perhaps a pet because clutter threatening to overtake you and swallow you whole? Beat back the clutter monster in your life. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to find things again?

The Stimulus Driven Brain – From Brush Fires to Inferno. How to pour water

8/16/2010
More
Do you feel like you’re constantly putting out brush fires at work, but secretly enjoy the rush of doing so. The planning to avoid working in crisis mode may be less exciting. It keeps work from changing from a brush fire to the whole forest going up in flames.