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Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper interviews Dr. Kevin Ross Emery on his beliefs, his book, and his concept around the love affair between ADHD and depression. As an ADHD innovator and catalyst, Dr. Kevin sees managing ADHD as an evolutionary process that should be allowed to adjust the environment and work with it, not medicate it. He further sees the need to separate ADHD issues from issues of an ADHD person living in a non-ADHD environment. - January 17, 2012
Attention; stand at attention; pay attention; gesture to get the waiter’s attention; “I want your attention”; children fighting for their parents’ attention… Attention impacts everything, but do we ever pause and pay attention to what attention is, what we are paying attention to, or how we use our attention? Dr. Ari Tuckman and show host Jeff Copper deconstruct attention like never before. The more we understand how attention works, the easier it is to manage it. - October 04, 2011
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is a collection of concepts and techniques intended to help understand and change human behavior patterns. In the October 5 episode of Attention Talk Radio, host Jeff Copper interviews Richard Bandler, co-creator of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), as they define NLP, explain how it works, and discuss how it can help those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to move forward. - September 27, 2011
Attention Talk Radio host, Jeff Copper, interviews Dr. Beth Briere on paying attention to attention. Dr. Briere discusses how attention can be broken down into components through an individual profile to identify one's unique strengths, affinities, and challenges for a customized learning plan and road map to success. - September 20, 2011
The 2011 Virtual ADHD Conference is around the corner. In this episode, Jennifer Koretsky, founder of the ADD Management Group that is producing the conference, will be on hand to discuss the history of the conference, what to expect, how a virtual conference works, and how to make the most of the experience. - September 14, 2011
Host Jeff Copper interviews Gregg Krech of the ToDo Institute on attention, meditation, and exercises to improve the ability to control what we pay attention to. For those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), struggling to control attention, this show may shift the paradigm on what meditation is and how it works when paying attention to the now. - September 06, 2011
Carol Barnier was a guest on July 20, 2011, in a show addressing the question of homeschool or high school, offering insight after insight on both homeschooling and teaching ADHD children in general. In this sequel, Jeff Copper and Carol Barnier pick up where they left off. Recommended for educators and anyone considering homeschooling. - August 30, 2011
Host Jeff Copper and Bob Novotni discuss how to manage students with ADHD in a classroom setting. As a math teacher for 35 years, Bob Novotni stood out in his ability to manage ADHD and other learning disabilities in the classroom. Jeff and Bob discuss Bob’s strategy, tips, experience, and their collective insights to help educators and parents understand the challenges and ways ADDers can coexist in the classroom with a positive learning environment. - August 24, 2011
Show host, Jeff Copper, interviews ADHD coach Susan Macintosh. They share stories about unique and creative solutions used by ADHD clients to help them move forward. It will be a fun show with many out-of-the-box solutions that are not on the top ten list of obvious ADHD solutions. Listeners may join them and share their own stories during the show. - August 17, 2011
Learning, when it comes to ADHD, is all about motivation. Attention Talk Radio show host and attention coach Jeff Copper interviews Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, Master Certified Coach (MCC) and founder of JST Coach Training, discuss the relationship between motivation and learning, as parents and teachers focus on learning in the education process but often fail to pay attention to what motivates a person to learn. - August 16, 2011
Transitions can be difficult for those with ADHD, especially for children headed back to school. Host Jeff Copper talks with Dr. Kenny Handelman about strategies to transition back to school after the freedom of summer by gradually reintroducing homework. - August 09, 2011
Can those with ADHD benefit from acupuncture, hypnosis, and acupressure? In this episode, host Jeff Copper interviews Dr. Max Muenke discussing the science, the doctor's experience, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. - August 02, 2011
When a child leaves the nest to go off to college, it is both exciting and frightening, especially for those with ADHD. Every December with predictability, attention coach Jeff Copper receives numerous calls from parents whose high school honor student is on academic probation after one semester at college. In this episode, Jeff interviews Rachel Masson of Landmark College who helps new, unprepared ADHD students transition to college. - July 26, 2011
Many children with ADHD struggle in a traditional school setting and have their own unique learning style. One alternative is homeschooling your ADHD child. On July 20, host Jeff Copper interviews Carol Barnier who has been homeschooling her two ADHD children (plus a typical one) for 18 years. Jeff and Carol talk about homeschooling resources and the advantages and disadvantages of homeschooling an ADHD child, along with the challenges of homeschooling when the teacher (parent) has ADHD. - July 17, 2011
Host and attention coach, Jeff Copper, talks with David Giwerc about his Machine, Mind, and Mission ADHD model. Listen as David describes the model and uses it as a tool to understand how to move forward with ADHD. David and Jeff also discuss how the model can be used to understand how meds and other multi-modal treatments, like coaching, can impact progress differently. - July 08, 2011
In this episode, host Jeff Copper interviews Keith Kosierowski, an ADHD coach and a certified school counselor with eleven years of experience. The two will be discussing college placement for the ADHD teen. - June 29, 2011
A lot of attention is paid to children with ADHD, but what about the non-ADHD siblings? Attention Talk Radio host, Jeff Copper, interviews Keath Low around the impact of ADHD on siblings and strategies to help parents manage the family dynamics. - June 21, 2011
Host, Jeff Copper interviews Keath Low about the topic of explaining an ADHD diagnosis to your child for the first time. This simple task can be very nerve wracking and challenging for many adults, simply because they love their children. Listen to this insightful conversation as Jeff and Keath share helpful tips to help prepare for the task at hand. - June 14, 2011
Parenting calls for structure, organization, and consistency. While that’s true, it flies in the face of an ADHD parent raising ADHD kids. What is an ADHD parent to do? Dr. Patricia Quinn will be giving ADHD-friendly parenting advice in her interview with host, Jeff Copper, attention coach. The show provides tips on how to make doable what seems insurmountable. - June 07, 2011
For many ADD-ers, there are only two kinds of time: now and not now. On June 8, Attention Talk Radio host, Jeff Copper, interviews Sandy Maynard around the topic of time and time management. The discussion focuses on ADHD and time in general, as well as tips that many with ADHD have found useful. - June 01, 2011
No more teachers, no more books--or so it goes. Summer is here. Time to relax and take a homework hiatus. Host, Jeff Copper, talks with Keath Low on transitioning an ADHD child to a summer routine, and Keath shares insights and helpful tips for those searching for guidance. - May 24, 2011
Attention Talk Radio host, Jeff Copper, interviews Dr. Terry Dickson, a physician who has ADHD, diagnoses and treats ADHD, and is learning to be an ADHD coach. Dr. Dickson shares his paradigm shift and his struggles in stifling his “fix and treat” mentality, realizing ADDers are naturally creative, resourceful, and whole, and that they have their own solutions. - May 18, 2011
Are sex and intimacy an ADHD-free zone? Not. ADHD has an impact at work, at home, in relationships, and in the bedroom. On Attention Talk Radio, host, Jeff Copper, interviews Gina Pera, author of “Is It You, Me, or Adult A.D.D.? Stopping the Roller Coaster when Someone You Love Has Attention Deficit Disorder.” Their discussion reveals how impulsiveness, distractibility, hyperactivity, and boredom affect intimacy and sex. - May 11, 2011
Host Jeff Copper interviews Dr. Roberto Olivardia, instructor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard Medical School, on the topic of ADHD, weight gain, and eating disorders. Dr. Olivardia reviews the research and explains why those with ADHD are more prone to weight issues, obesity, and eating disorders, such as bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder. They also discuss the many ADHD challenges like sleep deprivation, impulsivity, and distractibility. - May 03, 2011
Many adults with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder cannot take meds, or medications are not enough. In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, attention coach Jeff Copper will interview Dr. Russ Ramsay to obtain an education on alternative treatments that can help effectively manage ADHD when medications are not possible, or when they are not enough. - April 26, 2011
Host Jeff Copper interviews art therapist Holly Oberacker and Tracey Bromley Goodwin of Navigating ADHD, Inc., on how Holly uses art-based activities to address the social, emotional, and communication needs of children and adults and how Tracey uses Holly's concepts to help the same clients build skills and create action steps to implement strategies for dealing with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. - April 19, 2011
Hold onto your hats! This show is ADD on steroids. Host Jeff Copper interviews two of the most outrageous ADDers on the planet around the conception, creation, and development of Totally ADD and its website. Learn about the whimsical video that puts ADD into context while educating and informing in a humorous way. - April 13, 2011
Attention coach Jeff Copper interviews Robb Garrett, president of the ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO), to gain insight on the organization and what to expect at this year's national conference held in Chicago between April 29 and May 1. - April 10, 2011
Tactical tools can be invaluable to those with ADHD to increase productivity. In this special edition of Attention Talk Radio, host Jeff Copper interviews Jan Rogers of Time Timer and Kevin Thomas of Copytalk. Time Timer is a visual timing device that engages those with ADHD, helping them experience the passage of time, thereby enabling them to better manage time. Copytalk is a voice dictation service (not software) that enables you to capture your thoughts anywhere, anytime with just a phone. - April 10, 2011
Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper interviews child neurology specialist Dr. Jose Foradada around three topics: ADHD and neurology, what we know about ADHD and the physical brain, and what it is like to be a neurologist who diagnoses and treats ADHD having ADHD himself. - March 30, 2011
Host Jeff Copper interviews Dr. Michael Linden on neurofeedback and its role in helping those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) reclaim control of their lives. Dr. Linden discusses the advantages of using QEEG for an accurate diagnosis of ADHD, how neurofeedback treatment can be customized for each individual, and how the combination of neurofeedback and learning programs can condition one's brain to pay attention to things differently. - March 23, 2011
Dr. Michael Linden, director of Attention Learning Center, discusses the pitfalls of diagnosing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) based on symptoms and the advantages of using quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) for a more accurate diagnosis. - March 15, 2011
Wendy Richardson knows a thing or two about ADHD and addiction. She is a certified addiction specialist in private practice and the author of "When Too Much Isn’t Enough, Ending the Destructive Cycle of AD/HD and Addictive Behavior" (2005) and "The Link Between ADD & Addiction, Getting the Help You Deserve" (1997). - March 08, 2011
Medical papers dating back to 1798 always include emotion in the conceptualization of ADHD. This continued up to the 1970 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 2nd Ed. (DSM-II). Since then, emotional dysregulation has been excluded from the clinical conceptualization of the condition. In this episode, Attention Talk Radio host, Jeff Copper, interviews Dr. Russell Barkley who argues why emotion needs to be returned to a central place in ADHD. - March 02, 2011
In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, host Jeff Copper interviews Ruth Hughes, acting director of the organization of CHADD--Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The show discusses the benefits of being a member of CHADD, as well as being schooled in the different levels of membership, making it easy to determine which is right for each individual. - February 23, 2011
Dr. Russ Ramsay joins host Jeff Copper to review the history of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Dr. Ramsay talks about when ADHD was first identified, the evolution of our learning, and how treatment has evolved. - February 16, 2011
On Attention Talk Radio, host Jeff Copper interviews Stephanie Sarkis PhD on the impact of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder on finances and money management. Dr. Sarkis is the author of "ADD and Your Money: A Guide to Personal Finance for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder" (2009), in addition to three other books on adult ADD. She also counsels and coaches children and adults with ADHD/ADD. - February 09, 2011
“ADHD and Sleep” is the topic on the February 9th edition of Attention Talk Radio. Host Jeff Copper interviews Roberto Olivardia Ph.D. of Harvard Medical School in a discussion of the difficulties those with ADHD have with sleep and the competition for sleep, asking the question, "After all, who has time for it?" - February 02, 2011
Melissa Orlov knows a thing or two about ADHD relationships, as she has lived in one and studied them extensively. She is a marriage consultant and the author of "The ADHD Effect on Marriage." In the February 2 episode of Attention Talk Radio, host, Jeff Copper, interviews Melissa on the topic of moving past defensiveness and denial to move forward in an ADHD relationship. - January 26, 2011
In Part 2, "ADHD Advocacy and the Real World," host and attention coach Jeff Copper interviews attorney Matt Cohen around the laws that pertain to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and the reality for the real-world application. The program provides information for those seeking accommodations or to apply Section 504 of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) laws. - January 19, 2011
Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper will interview attorney Matthew Cohen of Chicago on the legal rights afforded those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Their discussion will walk through the basics and the laws people should know when advocating for themselves or others who are diagnosed with ADHD. - January 12, 2011
In the January 12 episode of Attention Talk Radio, host Jeff Copper will interview Dr. Wendy Rice on the topic of computer-based cognitive training and her experience in educating and treating adolescents on how to most effectively deal with problems in the areas of attention, impulsivity, working memory, and processing speed. - January 05, 2011
Attention Talk Radio host and attention coach Jeff Copper interviews Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, Master Certified Coach (MCC) and founder of JST Coach Training. Jeff and Jodi will discuss the difference between regular coaching and ADHD coaching, as well as Jodi’s training program that is used and endorsed by the Edge Foundation. - December 29, 2010
In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, host Jeff Copper and co-host Linda Roggli, found of ADDiva Network, discuss the hereditary nature of ADHD and why many adults are not getting diagnosed until later in life or are getting diagnosed with their kids. - December 21, 2010
Many women with attention deficit disorder (ADD) are stay-at-home moms. The symptoms and characteristics of ADD make it quite challenging for them to function and to be happy in such environments. On Attention Talk Radio, host, Jeff Copper, shares a conversation he had with a stay-at-home mom. He will discuss her insights and challenges of looking away from alcohol as a means to cope with her situation. - December 15, 2010
Robert Tudisco is interviewed by host Jeff Copper to understand the Edge Foundation, the role the Foundation played in the recent research on the effectiveness of ADHD coaching, and the Foundation's vision for the future. - December 08, 2010
Melissa Malen is an education consultant pursuing her Ph.D. in adult education with special training and interest in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and other learning disabilities. She advocates for those with ADHD. In this episode of Attention Talk Radio where host Jeff Copper interviews Melissa about her hands-on experience helping children obtain needed accommodations and supporting parents as they learn to advocate for students with ADHD. - December 01, 2010
In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, attention coach Jeff Copper interviews ADHD coach Jodi Sleeper-Triplett around coaching ADHD teens and young adults with emphasis around managing their parents. There is no question the parents of ADHD love their children and want the best for them. Many times they are trying to help so much that they get in the way of the progress an ADHD coach is making with their child. - November 24, 2010
In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, Jeff Copper interviews Dr. Ari Tuckman around the topic of disclosing a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to the school, the employer, or the public. Their discussion addresses the advantages and disadvantages of going public and offers an alternative strategy. - November 11, 2010
Attention coach Jeff Copper looks at goal, objective, and result-based outcomes and the challenges they present to those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Result-based outcomes direct attention to a predetermined path or methodology towards achievement. These assumptions become the very obstacle inhibiting progress. Jeff Copper shares actual stories to illustrate how results, goals, and objectives can get in the way and how he got around them. - November 06, 2010
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