Podcast: ADHD reWired with Eric Tivers


ADHD reWired is a show dedicated to improving the lives of others living with ADHD. The host, Eric Tivers, LCSW, is a psychotherapist and coach in private practice. Eric Tivers has the unique perspective of being both a clinician who specializes in ADHD and an adult who has ADHD. Eric talks openly about his own ADHD and shares both his success strategies and challenges with listeners. Eric answers listener questions, interviews professionals and other adults with ADHD, and shares the tools, tips and strategies that help him and others succeed with ADHD.

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Recent Episodes

  • 196 | Live Q & A November 2017 with Brendan Mahan

    This episode is the recording of November’s live Q&A.  These Q&A sessions take place the second Tuesday of every month.  The questions answered in this episode were submitted by listeners of this podcast, both ahead of time and live.  I am joined on this...

  • 195 | Justin Classen: Risk Reward of High Risk Jobs

    Justin Classen joins me on this episode.  Justin is 27-years-old, and a whirlwind of intense, hyper-active energy, born, raised and distracted in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  He received a diagnosis of ADHD only 9-months ago.  However, this diagnosis was p...

  • 194 | Brett Smith Boredom and Grace

    Brett Smith joins me on this episode. Brett is a real estate broker in Austin, Texas who was diagnosed at the age of 42.  This diagnosis came after struggling with job change after job change after job change.   About two years ago, Brett took a job in so...

  • 193 | Stephanie Sammons Music and Money

    Stephanie Sammons joins me on this episode of the podcast.  Stephanie is a certified financial planner, the founder of Sammons Wealth, an independent wealth management firm.  Stephanie is also a best-selling author, speaker, and recording singer-songwrite...

  • 192 | Live Q & A Oct 2017

    This episode is the recording of October’s live Q&A. These Q&A sessions take place the second Tuesday of every month. The questions answered in this episode were submitted by listeners of this podcast, both ahead of time and live. I am joined on this epis...

  • 191 | What You Might Not Know About ADHD reWired Coaching Groups

    This week, I am joined by three guests.  What you will hear is a behind-the-scenes and insightful perspective of ADHD reWired and our coaching groups.  Joining me on the episode are Brendan Mahen, Kat Hoyer, and Cassandra Tower.   In this conversation, yo...

  • 190 | Emotions, Accepting ADHD, and Productivity as a Feeling with Noelle Matteson

    Noelle Matteson joins me on this week’s episode of ADHD reWired.  Noelle has lived in various places around the United States and the world.  Her background is mostly in writing and publishing.  She has an M.A. in Shakespeare Studies, and she has publishe...

  • 189 | She Wasn't Always This Focused with Rosa Swann

    Rosa Swann has been a full-time romance author for two years. She starting writing romance novels while she was working on her master's degree. Rosa believes in happy endings and making choices that make you happy. She spends most of her day behind the co...

  • 188| Life is Like a Box of... ooh Chocolate with Steven Mazure

    Steve Mazure was diagnosed with ADHD in June of 2016, and since the diagnosis, everything has changed. Steve has been on a journey of growth and self-discovery.  He is now learning to accept who he is and he’s letting go of the person he was trying to be....

  • 187 | It only took 65 years - with Anne Hougas

    This Week’s Episode: On this week’s episode of ADHD reWired, I am joined by Anne Hougas. Anne is a 65-year old who had “normal” problems growing up.  Her family members have been diagnosed with ADHD.  It was not until recently that Anne realized that she...

  • 186 | One week after brain surgery - hope, courage and the power of laughter: Tom & Yvonne Nardone

    This Week’s Episode: This week, I am pleased to be joined by Tom Nardone. Tom is not only a friend to ADHD reWired and the ADHD community, but someone who really has become one of my best friends.  Tom is the voice of courage, humility, and bravery.  On S...

  • 185 | Finding Belonging with Shauna Heron

    This Week’s Episode: Shauna Heron joins me on this episode.  Shauna is a wedding photographer, entrepreneur, mom, world traveler, game streamer, techno-nerd who just recently found out that she has ADHD. After 44 years, Shauna was researching information...

  • 184 | ADHD reWired September Live Q&A

    This Week’s Episode: This episode is the recording of September’s live Q&A.  These Q&A sessions take place the second Tuesday of every month.  The questions answered in this episode were submitted by listeners of this podcast, both ahead of time and live....

  • 183 | A Bus Full of ADHDers with Bonnie Mincu

    Bonnie Mincu joins me on this episode. Bonnie spent 23 years in a Fortune 50 corporation as a marketing manager, training manager, executive coach, and organizational development consultant. She left her consulting firm in 2000 to do similar work on her o...

  • 182 | I Got This with Rich Schramm

    This Week’s Episode: Rich Schramm is a seasoned technology executive, entrepreneur, and software development expert with over 25-years in information and technology. He is also the father of three kids with ADHD.  Rich is putting his experience and skills...

  • 181 | Emotional Regulation and Shiny Objects with James Ochoa

    This Week’s Episode:  James Ochoa returns to the podcast on this episode. James is a licensed professional counselor and the author of Focused Forward: Navigating the Storms of Adult ADHD.  He is the founder and Director of the Life Empowerment Center...

  • 180 | Can't change the past, only our understanding of it: with Jo Meleca-Voigt

    Jo Meleca-Voigt returns to the podcast on this episode. Jo is a teacher and she last came on the podcast right after being diagnosed with ADHD and starting medication.   In this conversation, you will hear Jo describe the last year of her life since w...

  • 179 | Creating Balance with Jim Klopman

    This Week’s Episode: Jim Klopman is an innovator in other industries, Jim says that his brain damage, ADHD, and Dyslexia are blessings that free his mind to see tech advances before others. Jim developed the SlackBow Balanced Training System to improve an...

  • 178 | Productive Parenting Live Q & A June 2017 with Brendan Mahan

    This Week’s Episode: On the 2nd Tuesday of every month, we do a live Q&A.  This episode is a recording of the June Live Q&A.  If you are listening to this episode the day it’s released, tune into August’s Live Q&A at 12:30pm at http://EricTivers.com/event...

  • 177 | Blue Shame Shoes: Thomas Wandall

    Thomas Wandall joins me on this episode of ADHD reWired.  Thomas is a listener of this podcast and was recently diagnosed with the inattentive presentation of ADHD. Thomas has lived in the Bay Area of California since 1995 and has a variety of interests....

  • Short - Last Day of Registration and making sense of a $12,000 mistake

    July 25th is the last day to register for the 10th season of ADHD reWired Coaching & Accountability Group. To learn more: www.CoachingreWired.com To schedule your registration interview: www.meetme.so/adhdrewired  

  • 176 | Bending the world to our ADHD with Diann Wingert

    This Week’s Episode: Diann Wingert is a licensed psychotherapist, master certified coach, parent of adult children with ADHD, and she has ADHD herself. After many years of “dancing with denial,” she was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of sixty. Diann speci...

  • 175 | We're like-brained, not just like minded, with Kat Hoyer

    This Week’s Episode: Kat Hoyer is a certified life and career coach. She offers personal and professional development workshops, retreats, and coaching. After spending 15 years in corporate America, Kat found herself at a personal and professional crossro...

  • 174 | LGBTQIQA and Coming out ADHD

    Dr. Abigail “Abi” Weissman joins me on this week’s episode. Abi is a clinical psychologist who calls herself an Empowering Supporter and a Self-Love Affirmer. Abi helps people who wish they could fulfill their queer, transgender, religious, liberal, polya...

  • 173 | Autism, ADHD, Social Executive Functioning and Horses with Chris Neely

    Chris Neely earned his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chris’ research focused on Autism and the family. Chris currently provides office-based, nature-based, and in-home psychotherapeutic services for...

  • 172 | May Live Q&A

    This week, we bring you a recorded session of a live ADHD Q&A session.  The recording you will hear on this episode is from the May session.   If you are listening to this episode the day it is published, Tuesday, June 13th, you can participate in the Jun...

  • 171| Strength and Positioning with Gabriel Villareal

    Gabriel Villareal is a resident in counseling, soon to be a licensed practicing counselor in Virginia. He works part-time with a community agency that serves children and adolescents in crisis. He also runs his own part-time practice, specializing in ADHD...

  • 170 | Beyond the To Do list - Digital Distraction with Erik Fisher

    This Week’s Episode: Erik Fisher has been producing his podcast, Beyond the To-Do List for more than four years.  His podcast focuses on productivity.  Erik is a social media manager at Social Media Examiner. He is also a member of the ADHD tribe. In this...

  • 169 | Transforming ADHD from the inside out with NLP? Anders Ronnau

    This Week’s Episode: Anders Ronnau is a leading ADHD Coach Trainer in Denmark. He also has a PhD in Applied Physics and is a furniture designer. He has taught parent programs since 2010 and coach training since 2012. In this conversation, you will hear An...

  • 168 | Could Theming help you be more productive?

    This Week’s Episode: Alan Brown returns to the podcast for this episode.  Alan is an ADHD Productivity Coach, best-selling author, and host of a subscription-based internet tv show and membership community.   In this conversation, you will hear Alan talk...

  • 167 | April Live Q&A

    This Week’s Episode: This week, we bring you a recorded session of a live ADHD Q&A session.  The recording you will hear on this episode is from the April session.  Laura Curvin joins me to moderate this event. If you are listening to this episode the day...

  • 166 | How She Learned to Accept and Embrace ADHD- a Therapist's Story - Julie Reichenberger

    This Week’s Episode: Julie Reichenberger is a counselor in Denver, Colorado.  She primarily works with adolescents and adults with ADHD.  Julie, who has ADHD herself, found accepting her ADHD to be a real struggle.   In this conversation, you will hear Ju...

  • 165 | Overcoming Distraction

    This Week’s Episode: David Greenwood is the author of the book, Overcoming Distractions: Thriving with Adult ADD/ADHD, which looks at ADHD through the eyes of an entrepreneur. The book shares people’s stories and strategies.   In this conversation, you w...

  • 164 | Rick Green is totally ADD?

    This Week’s Episode: Rick Green returns to this podcast on this episode.  Rick created the ground-breaking website TotallyADD.com.  He’s also responsible for two PBS documentaries on adult ADD, ADD and Loving It?! and ADD and Mastering It!  These document...

  • 163 | Q&A March 2017

    This Week’s Episode: This week, we bring you a recorded session of a live ADHD Q&A session.  The recording you will hear on this episode is from the March session.  Nisha Subramanian joins me to moderate this event. If you are listening to this episode th...

  • 162 | The Life Changing Magic of Understanding Yourself

    This Week’s Episode: This week, I’m joined by Ana Gillon.  Ana is a mother, wife, and project coordinator.  She has been on a meandering journey of self-understanding since she was diagnosed with ADHD five years ago. A self-proclaimed “wandering creative,...

  • 161 | Is it worth the Risk?

    This Week’s Episode: This week, I’m joined by award-winning podcaster, Kevin Allison.  Kevin is the host of the story-telling podcast, Risk!  This is a podcast where people tell true stories they never thought they would share in front of an audience.  Ke...

  • 160 | Dear ADHD

    This Week’s Episode: Nicole joins me on this episode of ADHD reWired. Nicole is a mom of two with a background in sales.  Nicole has been a member of our most recent ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group.   In this discussion, Nicole shares her A...

  • 159 | Q&A February 2017

    This Week’s Episode: This week, we bring you a recorded session of our ADHD Q&A session.  The recording you will hear on this episode is from the February session.  Nisha Subramanian joins me to moderate this event.  We field several questions on ADHD, ta...

  • 158 | Politics and Self Care

    This Week’s Episode: Best-selling author, blogger, speaker, and friend Stephanie Sarkis returns to the podcast on this episode.  Recently, one of Stephanie’s blog posts went viral, and she was interviewed on CNN.  This article was on “gaslighting.”  She j...

  • 157 | Help With Organizing with Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright

    Help With Organizing with Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright This Week’s Episode: I’d like to thank Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright from coming on the podcast this week. I’d also like to thank Nikki and Pete for having me on their show.  This episode was recorded...

  • 156 | A Struggle towards happiness. Moving forward after trauma.

    I’m joined on this episode of ADHD reWired by Eric Light.  Eric was diagnosed with ADHD as a child but did not take the diagnosis seriously until recently.  Eric emailed me that he was interested in sharing his story and I’m excited to let him share his s...

  • 155 | Dyslexia and ADHD ‚Äč

    This Week’s Episode: Returning to join me on the podcast again is Dr. Roberto Olivardia. Dr. Olivardia is a clinical instructor of psychology at Harvard Medical School. He maintains a private practice in Massachusetts. Dr. Olivardia specializes in ADHD, O...

  • 154 | Q&A January 2017

    This Week’s Episode: This week’s episode is the audio from our January Q&A session.  Nisha Subramanian joins me to answer your questions and discuss the topics you choose to bring up in these Q&A sessions.   In this conversation, you will hear us talk abo...

  • 153 | Starting Tomorrow How to Get Stuff Done and Have More Fun with Dr. Kim Kensington

    This Week’s Episode: Dr. Kim Kensington is a clinical psychologist who maintains a private practice in Santa Monica, California.  She is the author of the book, Starting Tomorrow: 7 Steps to Lasting Change - Get Stuff Done and Have More Fun!  She has wri...

  • 152 | Dr. Russell Barkley Research on Updates and What Loved Ones Need to Know About You

    This Week’s Episode: Joining me for this week’s episode is Dr. Russell Barkley.  Dr. Barkley is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina. He is a clinical scientist, educator, and practitioner who has published 23 boo...

  • 151 | Addiction and ADHD

    This Week’s Episode: Dr. David Teplin is an adult clinical psychologist with a private practice in Toronto, Canada.  His primary focus is adult ADHD and substance use disorders.  David is also part of the task force that The Canadian Psychological Associa...

  • 150 | I Don't Know How to Tell You This - This is ADHD

    This Week’s Episode: James Casteel is a film-maker and was diagnosed with ADHD when he was 13 years old. After being fired from four network jobs in five years, James decided to look into how his diagnosis affects him. What Goes Up is James’ documentary t...

  • 149 | OCD and ADHD

    This Week’s Episode: Dr. Roberto Olivardia returns to the podcast this week to talk about OCD and ADHD. Roberto is a clinical psychologist and an instructor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. 30% of people with OCD also have ADHD. In this conversati...

  • 148 | Productivity Q&A Nov 30, 2016

    This Week’s Episode: This week’s episode is the recording from one of our Productivity Q&A Sessions. If you are interested in participating in these live sessions, they are held on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30pm.  Learn more at http://erictiver...

  • 147 | How to Do Hard Things, Like Saying No

    147 | How to Do Hard Things, Like Saying No This Week’s Episode: Leya Russell is a photographer, entrepreneur, mother, and animal lover.  Leya was a member of the fall 2016 ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group and she joins me on this episode. ...

  • 146 | A Semester of ADHD School

    146 | A Semester of ADHD School This Week’s Episode: On this episode, you will hear Nisha Subramanian and I talk about the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group.  Nisha shares what she has gained from the group, both in the role as a participant...

  • 145 | Live Panel of ADHD Experts

    145 | Live Panel of ADHD Experts This Week’s Episode: At my local CHADD chapter (CHADD of Northern Illinois), we hosted a panel of experts and in this episode, you will hear the Q&A from this panel session.  I sat on the panel, as did Lisa Alexoff, Dr. Co...

  • 144 | Stories from the CHADD Conference 2016

    144 | Stories from the CHADD Conference 2016 This Week’s Episode: This week’s episode is a compilation of clips of conversations I had at the 2016 CHADD Conference in Costa Mesa, California.  You will recognize some of their voices, as they are past gues...

  • 143 | There is Always a Better Way with Kim Denny

    143 | There is Always a Better Way with Kim Denny This Week’s Guest: Joining me in the studio on today’s episode is my friend and former client, Kim Denny.  I had the pleasure of meeting Kim at a tumultuous time in his life and I think you will really enj...

  • 142 | Embracing Intensity with Aurora Remember

    142 | Embracing Intensity with Aurora Remember This Week’s Guest: Aurora Remember is on a mission to help people embrace their intensity and use their fire without getting burned.  With a background as a school psychologist, Aurora just launched a new pod...

  • 141 |It's Not Me, It's My ADHD with Judy Huth

    141 | Judy Huth - It's Not Me, It's My ADHD with Judy Huth This Week’s Guest: Diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 42, Judy Huth realized that a lot of her behaviors in life were due to her ADHD, rather than character flaws.  Judy was also part of the ADHD r...

  • 140 | Productivity Q & A No. 2

    140 | Productivity Q & A This Week’s Episode: This episode is the recorded audio of our 4th Q&A webinar, celebrating ADHD Awareness month.  Nisha Subramanian joins me in answering live questions.  In this Q&A session, you will hear us talk about several a...

  • 139 | ADHD on a Date

    139 | ADHD on a Date This Week’s Guest: Jonathan Carroll is the founder of Carroll Education Group, IEP Experts and The Business of Coaching. He received his BA in Communications from DePaul University and his MA in Learning Disabilities from Northeastern...

  • 138 | Productivity Q & A

    138 | Productivity Q & A This Week: This week’s episode is a Q&A session from one of the weekly webinars I do with Nisha Subramanian during the month of October.  We fielded some great questions in this webinar.  Some were sent in ahead of time and some w...

  • 137 | Leveraging Your Gifts

    137 | Leveraging Your Gifts This Week’s Guest: Lea Ann Mallett, who was recently diagnosed with ADHD, is an entrepreneur that wears many hats.  As a leader of volunteer organizations, she exhibits great skill in certain areas, but has weakness in that sam...

  • 136 | Nutrition, Exercise, and How to Find Your Keys

    136 | Nutrition, Exercise, and How to Find Your Keys This Week’s Guest: Ian Ryan is the founder of FearlessAndHealthy.com and the host of the Fearless and Healthy Podcast, a show on health, self-help, and education. With nine years of experience as a heal...

  • 135 | Overcoming Perfectionism

    135 | Overcoming Perfectionism This Week’s Guest: Drew “Scooter” Ackerman is the host of the podcast, Sleep With Me.  This podcast is designed to lull you to sleep with stories that are delivered in soothing tones.  Drew has never been formally diagnosed...

  • 134 | Discovering You Are Enough

    134 | Discovering You Are Enough This Week’s Guest: Jo Meleca-Voigt is an accomplished school teacher, wife, runner, social activist, and travel consultant.  Jo was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 45.  I invited Jo to come on the podcast since she is ju...

  • 133 | Free to be ADHD

    133 | Free to be ADHD This Week’s Guest: Brandy Wynn is a self-identified marketing maven in-the-making. Diagnosed at the age of 30, now at 40, she’s enjoying her freedom from the box. In this conversation, you’ll learn what “freedom from the box” means....

  • 132 | It's Never Too Late

    132 | It's Never Too Late This Week’s Guest: Liz Applegate is a life-coach, entrepreneur, and podcaster.  She introduces herself as a “second chance enthusiast positive change facilitator.”  Her work includes helping over-40 individuals turn the “maybe so...

  • 131 | Making Your Mess Your Message

    131 | Making Your Mess Your Message News! This episode is coming out a day early! If you’re listening on Monday, the day this episode has been released, you have just a few more days to reserve your registration call for the Fall Session of the ADHD reWir...

  • 130 | Stepping Into Freedom From Anxiety

    130 | Stepping Into Freedom From Anxiety This Week’s Guest: Kali Pelham is an educator that has taken big steps to gain freedom from anxiety.  She just finished the reWired Coaching and Accountability Group.  Kali struggles with anxiety and feeling like e...

  • 129 | The Life Changing Power of the ADHD Coaching and Accountability Group

    129 | The Life Changing Power of the ADHD Coaching and Accountability Group This Week’s Guests: Aaron Collier and Kari Gormley join us on this week’s episode.  Both Aaron and Kari have been accountability partners in the most recent ADHD reWired Coaching...

  • 128 | How to ADHD with Jessica McCabe

    128 | How to ADHD with Jessica McCabe This Week’s Guest: Jessica is the creator and host of the How to ADHD YouTube Channel.  Jessica has ADHD herself, and discovered that medication is only part of the solution. Jessica created her first show as an ADHD...

  • 127 | Running Routines and the Drive to Be a Better Dad

    127 | Running Routines and the Drive to Be a Better Dad   This week’s guest, Andrew Wilcox is the creator of “Eat Live Dream ADD”, a blog about his experiences living with ADHD. It explores topics such as routine, exercise, running, health & wellness, mo...

  • 126 | Emotional Distress Syndrome

    126 | Emotional Distress Syndrome Emotional Distress Syndrome Emotional Distress Syndrome, discovered and coined my James Ochoa himself. James had training working with people with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). In time he saw similarities in som...

  • 125 | Success Despite ADHD

    125 | Success Despite ADHD   Hello everybody. Tom Nardone here,  This week, we had the pleasure of speaking to Dan Spears. Dan learned of his ADHD as a result of the problems it was causing in his marriage. This episode hit especially close to home for m...

  • 124 | 5 Ways to Crush Procrastination

    124 | 5 Ways to Crush Procrastination     124 | 5 Ways to Crush Procrastination   This week, Eric and the staff at ADHD reWired welcome back one of our fan favorites. Alan Brown returns to discuss “5 ways to Crush Procrastination”. Productivity knows few...

  • 123 | 5 Principles of a Good System

    123 | 5 Principles of a System Marina Darlow There are many people with ADHD, who aspire to be entrepreneurs. Being an entrepreneur requires a focus on many areas. Creativity, management, products and projects to name a few. People with ADHD have difficu...

  • 122 | Making Friends with Adult ADHD

    122| Making Friends with Adult ADHD     Please join us as we welcome Alex Hofeldt back to the show. Some of you may recognize him from the Beautiful Dust Specks Podcast. This week Eric and Alex discuss the effect ADHD has on Making friends and social sit...

  • 121 | Raising Chloe - A Chat Between A Mother and Her Daughter

    Episode 121 | Chloe & Lisa, A Symbiont Circle of Awareness Mother and Daughter, Lisa Mortell and Chloe Johnson join us in the ADHD reWired virtual studios this week to talk about their lives and how ADHD is a part of it. Chloe along with her ADHD has tro...

  • 120 | Today's Awesome with Brendan Mahan

    120 | Today's Awesome with Brendan Mahan   This week on the 120th we welcome back to the ADHD reWired virtual studio Brendan Mahan. Brendan saved ADHD rewired from a possible dilemma in that there are no shows in the can. Brendan thank you for bailing us...

  • 119 | The Voice of Your Dreams

    119 | The Voice of Your Dreams   We are proud to have Aaron Anastasi in the ADHD reWired virtual studios. Aaron is an entrepreneur who claims to have stumbled through life falling into a few successes. Aaron is a writer, and actor, and a film maker. He h...

  • 118 | Could it Be Bipolar Disorder

    Episode 18 | Could it Be Bipolar Disorder Be Bipolar Disorder   Could it Be Bipolar This Week on Episode 118 of ADHD rewired we are joined by Dr. Roberto Olivardia. Eric and Roberto discuss the many of the ways we can determine if our ADHD is our only pa...

  • 117 | Helping Your Doctor Understand ADHD Part II

    Episode 117 | David Goodman This episode could easily have been called “Helping Your Doctor Understand ADHD Part II”, and may still be pending approval. This week Eric managed to track down Dr. David Goodman. Dr. Goodman is widely known in his circles for...

  • 116 | Helping Your Doctor Understand ADHD

    116 | Helping Your Doctor Understand ADHD   ADHD reWired is proud to have Dr. David Pomeroy join us in the virtual studio. Dr. David Pomeroy founded Brain Health NW in 2005. He is a Family Medicine physician with over 25 years of office practice experien...

  • 115 | Your Weight is Not Your Fate

    Deadline for the ADHD Coaching reWired is Friday May 13th http://coachingreWired.com   115 |  Your Weight is Not Your Fate     Sam Lomeli is a hero to many people prom the ADHD community and may not even be aware of it. Sam is certainly a hero of mine. S...

  • Coaching Group Grad is Paying it Forward

    Super Amazing Awesome Pants Scholarship Fund http://erictivers.com/awesomepants       A member of the most recent ADHD reWired Coaching & Accountability Group is paying it forward.     After Jessica’s ADHD diagnosis, she spent years trying to learn as mu...

  • 114 | Living Your Mission

    Time is almost up. RegisterToday!forthecoaching and accountability group just go to http://coachingrewired.comEp.114|LivingYourMissionJennie Friedman is an ADHD coach out of New York. She is thehost of the “See in ADHD” Podcast and the cohost of the“The A...

  • 113 | Markers for ADHD with Dr. Thomas Brown

      Episode 113 | Markers for ADHD   Dr. Brown and Eric Tivers began the 113th Episode of ADHD reWired by discussing “Cookies and Accountability”. It was a great story about Dr. Brown and his wife and the temptations of a plate of chocolate chip cookies. Er...

  • 112 | Improvement through Improv

    Episode 12 Improvement through Improv Rachel Hamilton is currently attending the ADHD rewired accountability group with Eric Tivers and 11 other people. We are fortunate she was able to take time to be with us this week to share her story.   Rachel was d...

  • 111 | ADHD Strategies with Doug Puryear

    Dr. Doug Puryear, over the last few years, has established himself a blogger an author and an advocate for ADHD people and professionals. Doug provides real life strategies for those with ADHD to learn ways to cope with the problems they have has a resul...

  • 110 | A Healthier Relationship with Medication

    110 | A Healthier Relationship with Medication guest Stephen Tonti   Stephen’s primary focus is writing and directing for film and various other multimedia projects. On top of being a film director, Stephen also tours as a public speaker advocating for m...

  • 109 | PLAYDHD by Kirsten Milliken

    ADHD reWired  Episode 109 | Kirsten Has Come Out to Play   Who is that lady with the purple feathers in her hair? Is it….. Could it be…. Oh Yes! It is the very lovely, very playful, and Returning Guest, Dr. Kirsten Milliken gracing the virtual studios of...

  • 108| Getting Organized with Shelly Collins

      ADHD ReWired Episode 108. Meet Shelly Collins Shelly has been organizing businesses, homes, and people since 2011 She does what she loves for a living every day. “Organizing is a means to an end: being organized gives me the time, room, and clarity to l...

  • 107 | Attention Engagement and Completion with Cameron Gott

    ADHD reWired Episode 107 Title:  Awareness Engagement Completion with Cameron Gott Guest: Cameron Gott   Cameron Gott is the co-developer and senior trainer of the Coach Approach for Organizers™ program. An ADHD coach, Cameron works with professionals wh...

  • 106 | Getting to You 2.0

    Diagnosed later in life, guest Brett Thornhill was taken aback by the difference in his life afterward – so much so he labeled himself "Brett 2.0". Following his three core pillars of understanding, accepting, and embracing his ADHD, Brett guides the way...

  • 105 | Chasing Kites with Tom Nardone

    Popular returning guest Tom Nardone, of The Tom Nardone Show, walks through his book Chasing Kites, detailing his childhood stories of dealing with life, school, family, and ADHD. Go to erictivers.com/105 for the full show notes and links mentioned in thi...

  • 104 | Goals, Motivation, & Paralympics: ADHD While Blind

    A published author, speaker, U.S. Paralympic athlete, founder of two companies, and host of the Athlete Summit podcast, Tanner Gers talks about his life of adaptation, strategizing, and determination to not just overcome, but excel at life despite having...

  • 103 | Beat of a Different Drummer

    A professional musician and former drummer for the band Everclear, Sean Winchester walks through the twisting, turning story of his life with ADHD. Following Sean up through school and into how he became a drummer, the emotional impact music has on his AD...

  • 102 | Forgetfulness, Mindfulness, & Science

    High-school science teacher and yoga instructor, Alex Hofeldt is a high-energy individual. Open and honest, Alex shares the story of his own tribulations through school before becoming a teacher himself, what drives him to continue learning and teaching s...

  • 101 | Stress Reduction and ADHD

    Stress and stress reduction are the topics at hand, as Diane Dempster of Impact ADHD walks through ways those with ADHD can better manage themselves while under stress. Problem-solving, storytelling, emotional triggering, and resiliency are all addressed...

  • 100 | Celebrating ADHD reWired

    Celebrating and honoring the tremendous ADHD reWired community, Eric interviews a dozen guests, some of whom have been on the show before, about how the podcast has impacted their lives and what it means to them.This episode is for the community, the list...

  • 99 | CBT for ADHD with Russell Ramsay, PhD

    Dr. J. Russell Ramsay is a specialist in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for those with ADHD, bringing a wealth of knowledge about strategies and mentalities regarding how to manage ADHD on the inside, with the mind. Discussing automatic thoughts, self...

  • 98 | Daring Greatly with ADHD

    At the height of her career, Nisha Subramanian quit her job and went on a journey to better find herself and to reconnect with those around her. Nisha, who also has ADHD, talks about her initial diagnosis, the impact it had on her work, the revelation tha...

  • 97 | Women and ADHD

    Hosting the upcoming ADHD Women's Palooza in early January, 2016, Terry Matlen and Linda Roggli both return to the show to discuss their upcoming event filled with ADHD experts, and some topics core to women in the world of ADHD. In addition to the palooz...

  • 96 | Managing Meds

    Senior certified ADHD coach and psychiatric nurse practitioner Laurie Dupar uses her experience to discuss in detail medication management and how important it can be for optimizing results. Tracking, planning, alternate methods and research are all addre...

  • 95 | The ADHD Entrepreneurship Incubator

    Co-founders of InventiveLabs Tom Bergeron and Rick Fiery discuss their stories of meandering through the world of entrepreneurship to arrive where they are today: operating a business incubator specifically focused on those adults with ADHD, dyslexia, and...

  • 94 | ADHD, Sex, and Intimacy Survey Results w/ Ari Tuckman

    Psychologist and therapist Ari Tuckman shares the results of a survey he conducted on sex and relationships in couples where one has ADHD. Surprised by some of the results, Ari delves into some of the most interesting questions and answers brought to ligh...

  • 93 | Less is More

    ADHD coach, CHADD Parent to Parent Trainer, and mother of three Kate Barrett joins the show to discuss her coaching goal of "peeling back the layers of crap" that people tend to tell themselves. Covering issues ranging from slimming down her schedule, the...

  • 92 | Brain Hacks and Worthiness

     Operator of ADD Crusher, an online instructional video program focused on helping those with ADHD learn various management strategies and "brain hacks," Alan Brown discusses on the show his path from drug addict to successful entrepreneur, and how the fe...

  • 91: Sensory Processing, Filtering, and ADHD – A Talk with a Neuroscientist

    A Princeton professor of neuroscience and psychology, Dr. Sabine Kastner talks in-depth about the mechanics of sensory processing, filtering, and the brain's attention network. Currently on the forefront of many forms of ADHD research, Dr. Sabine discusse...

  • 90: The Procrastination Researcher

     Procrastination expert and professor of psychology Tim Pychyl walks through the reality of procrastination, its definition, and how people can learn to manage it. Covering the role emotion plays in procrastination, Pychyl also addresses mental strategies...

  • 89 | Exercise the Attention Muscle with Mindfulness

    A coach for high-demand professionals, Casey Dixon went on a search for methods to use for her practice and found mindfulness. Discussing her winding path from college to head of a school and later to her coaching practice, Casey talks of the substantial...

  • 88 | Procrastination: The Art of the Start

    Helping those with ADHD for the past 20 years, Robin Nordmeyer shares her thoughts and strategies on handling procrastination in this episode. Robin discusses her own experiences with procrastination, walks through some common triggers and behaviors of th...

  • 87 | A Professor Learning ADHD

    Diagnosed with ADHD just this past summer, Kent Kersey has ventured into the world of ADHD management. A professor of theology at Corban University, Kent tells of how his success made it harder for some to think he had ADHD, the changing nature of educati...

  • 86 | Shame-Free Productivity

    Dealing with the shame that often comes with attempts to be productive is the theme of this multi-guest episode. Hosting again from the Blab live streaming platform, Eric interviews a number of guests about their personal struggles with productivity and s...

  • 85 | Real Stories Recorded Live

    Chatting about their personal stories and experiences, a half-dozen guests join in a discussion about ADHD. As part of ADHD Awareness Month, host Eric Tivers conducted a live-streaming broadcast on the Blab platform featuring members of the ADHD community...

  • 84 | Mindfulness, Meditation, and Authenticity

    Known as Miss ADD, Justine Rutolo has worked as an ADHD life coach for the past 22 years. Guiding us through her story of being labeled as lazy, stupid, and a procrastinator in school, her initial motivation to manage her behaviors, addressing and mending...

  • 83 | Unpacking Your ADHD

    Don Baker from Unpacking ADHD joins Eric to discuss both the story of how he came from excessive alcohol and marijuana use to being a therapist and his goals for developing the Unpacking ADHD community. Along the way, Don discusses the effects of dietary...

  • 82 | Nutrition for the ADHD Brain

    With a focus on nutrition for the busy and business-minded, Karl Pilz joins Eric to break down the basics of how the foods we eat can have a dramatic effect on the way we are able to think and operate. Covering the mechanics of protein, carbohydrates, fat...

  • 81 | The Shame Factor

    A clinical social worker for over three decades, Linnea LoPresti talks through the shame and fear parents with ADHD have to deal with. Through covering topics of responsibility, mistakes, perception of one's strengths and weaknesses, shame, and parental f...

  • 80 | Idea Hopping – Success and Mindset

    Diagnosed with ADHD only a year ago, guest Maria Billing made it a goal to research and find strategies to help her better control her life. An avid nature enthusiast with a penchant for idea hopping, Maria has ended up a world traveler with an assortment...

  • 79 | Impact ADHD

    Coach and public speaker Elaine Taylor-Klaus of Impact ADHD joins us to discuss her work helping to train parents of children with ADHD. Elaine provides helpful and tips and perspectives on the role of parents in an ADHD household and what they can do to...

  • 78 | Climbing the Wall of Awful

    An ADHD coach and guidance counselor, Brendan Mahan talks in detail about The Wall of Awful, his metaphor that functions as a tool to help discuss the role emotion plays in dealing ADHD. Describing the Wall of Awful in detail, Brendan breaks down how it a...

  • 77 | Tangents and Time Management

    A mother of four with a full-time job, Katrina Anderson talks this episode about an array of topics, ranging from strategies for managing her life, to time management, personal strengths and weaknesses, grocery shopping, facial expressions, and many place...

  • 76 | Strategies for College and Life

    Diagnosed at a young age with ADHD and anxiety, Jaclyn Atkins walks us through her experiences in primary school, college, and afterward. Having addressed her ADHD for all but a few years of her life, Jaclyn shares some of the lessons she has learned, man...

  • 75 | Shame and Vulnerability with ADHD

    Feeling sometimes ashamed of his ADHD when dealing with others, Adam Muller of ADHD Collective joins Eric to try to address his apprehensions and attempt to allow himself to be more vulnerable. Filled with stories of his experiences, Adam talks in this ep...

  • 74 | Mindful Eating with ADHD

    Diets, mindful eating, and managing bad tendencies with food are the topics of this episode, whose returning guest is  Dr. Roberto Olivardia, a clinical instructor of psychology at Harvard. In the field of eating disorders for twenty years, Dr. Olivardia...

  • 73 | A Twice-Exceptional Life

    This week’s guest is Doug Harris.  Doug was a part of the second ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group.  Through that group, Eric came to know Doug as a person with a gift for distilling the essence of situations into bite-size synopses encapsula...

  • 72 | The Tools for Success as a College Student with ADHD

    Ryan McRae spent nine years as a resident director of a college campus.  During that time, he taught freshman seminar, a course that introduced students to the differences between high school and college and provided them with what he described as the “to...

  • 71 | The Rich Life with ADHD, with Beau Henderson

    Radio host, author, and financial advisor Beau Henderson talks today about managing money and living a financially stable life. Discussing topics ranging from saving on a low income and retirement, to financial education and insurance, Beau discusses some...

  • 70 | Yvonne Nardone on ADHD, Anxiety, and Mindfulness

    Co-host of the Tom Nardone Show podcast, Yvonne Nardone joins Eric to talk through her personal story involving manic depression, discovering she had ADHD, and its effect on her interplay with her husband Tom, who also has ADHD. Battling depression and an...

  • 69 | ReLaunch and Find Your Voice

    Host of the ReLaunch podcast and author of Finding Your Voice, Joel Boggess joins Eric to discuss how relaunching, whether in business or in life, is an important ingredient to success. Joel describes his transition from radio and TV broadcaster to succes...

  • 68 | ADHD, Autism, and Gender Identity

    Diagnosed with both autism and ADHD, Narise Connor is a college student who has had to learn to understand the unique challenges in her life. Narsie discusses topics including managing one's sensory processing, avoiding "autistic overload", gender identit...

  • 67 | Mental Illness Happy Hour with Paul Gilmartin

    Following a sixteen-year stint at TBS's Dinner and a Movie TV show, stand-up comedian Paul Gilmartin dedicated his time to hosting his podcast, The Mental Illness Happy Hour. After his personal struggles with recurring depression, Paul decided to start hi...

  • 66 | Power Through Community

    A certified instructor of CHADD's Parent to Parent program, Jane Milrod visits to tell of raising and finding support for her two children with different types of ADHD. From struggling with bad advice and obtaining IEPs to starting her local CHADD chapter...

  • 65 | reDiscover reWired

    In an unusual twist, previous guest Carolyn D'Argenio returns to the show to interview host Eric Tivers. For either long-time listeners or new audience members, this is a nice episode exploring though topics ranging across Eric's history with ADHD and his...

  • 64 | Freedom from Distraction

    Creator of productivity software Freedom, Fred Stutzman joins us to talk about distractions associated with technology, some interesting stories of how people have handled them, and the future of his software. Other topics addressed include the shame of l...

  • 63 | Russell Barkley on the Meaning of ADHD

    Renowned professor, educator, and author of numerous ADHD books and clinical manuals, Dr. Russell Barkley talks about the mechanics and ideas behind many core ADHD concepts. Ranging from executive functions, to neuroimaging, to public perception and more,...

  • 62 | Loss and Hope – ADHD and Type 1 Diabetes

    When Carolyn D'Argenio's son was two years old, he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Carolyn, herself diagnosed with ADHD, has had to manage the uncommon challenge of tending to her son's extensive needs alongside her ADHD. Here, Carolyn shares with us...

  • 61 | Lost Keys and Cultural Stigma

    Writer and blogger René Brooks-Guthridge offers perspective on some of the reasons why people may avoid or be apprehensive toward issues of mental health. With her family, relatives, and often others in her community reluctant to acknowledge ADHD as a con...

  • 60 | Overcoming Rejection

    Emigrating from China to the US at age 16, Jia Jiang set a goal of becoming an entrepreneur. However, after struggling through college with ADHD, leaving his job mere days after his son was born, and later starting his own business only to be rejected fun...

  • 59 | ADHD and Marriage

    An ADHD marriage consultant, therapist, and author of a number of related books, Melissa Orlov stops by to discuss common problem areas, issues of intimacy, handling of conflicts, what to know when entering a relationship with ADHD, and more. Host Eric as...

  • 58 | "Natural" Relief for ADHD – With or Without Medication

    Stephanie Sarkis returns to discuss natural non-medicinal strategies and methods for dealing with ADHD, the topic of her upcoming book. Covering information on exercise, diets, omega fatty acids, dietary supplements, mindfulness, and meditation, Stephanie...

  • 57 | Money and ADHD

    Author, PhD, and counselor Stephanie Sarkis discusses how to deal with finances and money alongside ADHD. With most financial tasks concerning detailed multi-step processes, they can be hard to manage for those with ADHD; Stephanie provides a number of ti...

  • 56 | Positive Thinking as a Habit

    Positive thinking is the topic of discussion today, as host Eric Tivers talks about the nature of positive versus negative thoughts, how they relate to his personal life and struggles with ADHD, prioritizing certain thoughts over others, and how our thoug...

  • One of 15 Million

    Ari Tuckman and Eric discuss Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) and its recent funding push to save the organization. CHADD is a national non-profit organization providing education, research, support, and advocacy f...

  • 55 | ADHD Sex and Intimacy with Ari Tuckman

    Psychologist and author Ari Tuckman discusses with us how sex and intimacy intersect with ADHD. Ari delves into common sex-related relationship issues ADHD couples encounter and provides an informed perspective with potential strategies, responses, and va...

  • 54 | The Tom Nardone Show

    Tom Nardone of ADHDpeople.net returns to the podcast to chat with Eric about a wide variety of topics, from podcasting, motivation, and laziness, to sleep habits and more. Amongst a plethora of other topics, Eric discusses his post-vacation struggles with...

  • 53 | Fast Minds and Zombie Loyalists

    Peter Shankman, entrepreneur, author, social media strategy expert, and mastermind group organizer, talks of his thoughts and experiences with ADHD, social media, work, and more. With a busy lifestyle to match his ADHD, Peter shows how working with his AD...

  • 52 | Follow Your Attention

    Attention coach and host of the Attention Talk Radio podcast, Jeff Copper joins us to talk through his history with not just ADHD, but dyslexia as well. Providing insight and examples his personal experiences, Jeff describes his mentality regarding his dy...

  • 51 | Context is Everything

    A "social media stylist" who has worked in a variety of fields from video to marketing, to radio talkshow host, and more, Grant Crowell joins us to discuss both his winding journey to where he is today as well as his thoughts and goals towards social medi...

  • 50 | reWired Together -- Special Event

    For the fiftieth episode of ADHD reWired, host Eric Tivers includes the community that made the show as successful as it has become. Fifteen friends of the show, including a number of previous guests, join in a fray to share stories, personal strategies,...

  • 49 | Practice Makes Precious

    Raising her son while pursuing her passion in college, guest Precious Mackey talks of challenges and tribulations she has dealt with over her life, as well as her path to finding a solution though understanding her ADHD. Until she was diagnosed not long a...

  • 48 | Ready, reSet, Grow

    Host Eric Tivers assesses his actions over the past week in preparation for the launch of his coaching group and how a different approach may have been fine. Addressing the audience on a more personal note, Eric talks about the challenges he's dealt with...

  • 47 | ADHD at 55 MPH

    Host Eric Tivers talks with the audience about preparing his upcoming Coaching and Accountability Group, preparing for a presentation he will soon give at a local school, dealing with the stress of a work overload, and much more, all while driving to a sp...

  • 46 | Excel at Anything

    A trainer, consultant, and expert for Microsoft Excel, Oz du Soleil joins us to discuss not only the near-infinite possibility and flexibility of Excel, but also the trials and tribulations of his time struggling against ADHD prior to being diagnosed. Fro...

  • 45 | Evernote, IFTTT, Afghanistan, and 4-Year-Olds

    Founder of MasterPresenting.com, Ryan McRae joins us to discuss the variety of life and productivity strategies that have helped him manage the ADHD he refers to as his "four-year-olds". With suggestions and recommendations about note-taking, helpful so...

  • 44 | Facebook on Purpose

    Coach-in-training, and member of the first ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, Lisa Feinberg talks about her experiences and struggles she met in trying to accomplish her goals. Trying to address her distracting Facebook habits, Lisa wrote abo...

  • 43 | Setting Goals for a New Year

    Have the best year yet in 2015. Host Eric Tivers breaks down the seven things you can do to make 2015 your best year yet. Though setting and managing one's goals, reflection on what worked and didn't work over the past year, and accountability, Eric provi...

  • 42 | Seeing My Time

    Time management educator and experienced school teacher Marydee Sklar joins us to discuss a ton of tips, tricks, and mentalities surrounding managing one's time. From her history of teaching reading to kids with dyslexia to her development of systems to h...

  • 41 | ADHD at College

    A college student studying the business of the music industry,  Jennifer Ratliff joins us to talk about a variety of topics surrounding being a student while dealing with ADHD. From her time as a teenager dealing with substantial family, school, and life...

  • 40 | The ADHD ADDvantage

    A school teacher and administrator of over twenty-five years, DeShawn Wert made the choice to start helping those parents and children with ADHD through coaching. Motivating and inspiring, DeShawn presents her outlook on living with ADHD while running her...

  • 39 | Don't Doubt the Dream

    Musician, songwriter, and keynote speaker Jerry Mills walks us through his inspirations and history while playing for us a number of his inspiring songs. An active long-time member of the ADHD community, Jerry has performed at the Adult ADD Conference, CH...

  • 38 | Everyone's Wired Differently

    Growing up having a hard time understanding and communicating with others in her family, psychologist Jennie Friedman now better understands the ADHD, anxiety, depression, and more they were dealing with. Switching careers in the middle of her life, Jenni...

  • 37 | Sleep to Success

    With a history of sleep disorders himself, Dr. Roberto Olivardia talks through his experiences dealing with the effects ADHD can have on sleep. As a clinical instructor of psychology at Harvard Medical School and a specialist in dealing with ADHD, OCD, ea...

  • 36 | Surviving School with Comedy

    Comedian, voice artist, writer, and more Patte Rosebank joins us to discuss her journey and struggles with ADHD as a child and how she made the transition into the woman she is today. Covering her early years dealing with bullying, uncaring schools, and e...

  • 35 | ADHD 101: What is ADHD?

    What is ADHD, really? In a bonus episode, host Eric Tivers discusses, via analogies and examples, the reality of ADHD. Breaking it down into its separate categories, Eric explains the different standardized presentations of ADHD along with their identifyi...

  • 34 | Married with Separate Bedrooms

    "ADHD People" writer Tom Nardone helps to inspire, communicate with, and provide relatable experiences to readers of his two blogs. With many unique perspectives and stories to tell, Tom's goal in running his blogs, at TomNardone.net and ADHDpeople.net, i...

  • 33 | Write to the Point

    Writing coach and communications consultant recently diagnosed with ADHD, our guest Helena Bouchez walks us through her story of self awareness and discovery. Having worked around an airport for a number of years, Helena likens some of her strategies for...

  • 32 | Tradesman to Entrepreneur

    Helping people take advantage of their time and skill-sets to become more successful entrepreneurs is Daniel Bowling's mission. After working as a talented upholstery tradesman for most of his life, Daniel started out with his own successful small company...

  • 31 | Power of Perseverance

    Sean Ackerman, host of the You Leading You podcast and an experienced operational manager, joins Eric to talk about his mission to help others achieve their goals. Sean discusses the 2011 flood that took his home and how he recovered following it, how he...

  • 30 | FOCUS on Fire with the Entrepreneur on Fire John Lee Dumas

    John Lee Dumas, host of the award-winning EntrepreneurOnFire podcast and the leader of a trio of web communities that includes Podcasters' Paradise, is my guest this week. We discuss various productivity tips and tricks, perceptions of ADHD, useful softwa...

  • 29 | Mother with a Story

    Paige Sharma, a mother of three who caught my attention through an astounding open letter she wrote to a long-lost classmate, is our guest today. She talks about her story of ADHD diagnosis, concerns over finding the right doctor to treat her and the diff...

  • 28 | A Running Lifestyle | Interview with podcaster Kari Gormey

    A balanced lifestyle for the long run... Kari Gormley is a fellow podcaster, mom, runner and she has ADHD Kari was diagnosed with ADHD 3 months ago. We discuss our Red Zone and Green Zone and the importance and challenge of outsourcing. She gives running...

  • 27 Relationships and ADHD | Improv to Improve Communication in Relationships

    Stop on a dime and change directions.  This is a skill for improv on stage, and has great application in relationships.  Mike Fedel is a professional performer, with a background in comparative philosophy. he has ADHD.   Focuses on the values of: Play I...

  • 26 | Prescription to Play with Kirsten Milliken

    Play as the best non-medication treatment... Kirsten Milliken, Ph.D, ACC loves play.   "Playing with others is better than playing with yourself."  She shares how to add fun into our lives from how we set up our workspace to adding fun music to our workou...

  • 25 | Crush it! Focus & Entrepreneurship | Guest - Alan Brown of ADD Crusher

    ADHD reWired Episode # 25 See full show notes at www.adhdrewired.com   Like those of us with ADHD who are experiencing any degree of success, Alan Brown knows in order to be successful, he has to work really hard everyday.   Strategies, Productivity Tips...

  • Ep 24 | Queen of Distraction - interview with Terry Matlen, LCSW

    Shifting focus from what's wrong to what's right. Terry Matlen is a psychotherapist, coach and author, and runs the website ADDConsults.com  Terry talks about her challenges and how she's learned to create accommodations for herself and her family.  See t...

  • 23 | Authenticity with ADDiva Linda Roggli

    Pretending to be normal exhausting. I talk with Linda Roggli, from the ADDiva Network.  We talk about emotional wounds, taking off masks, and being your authentic self.   See the full show notes at  www.adhdrewired.com Ep 23 Interviews from the ADDA Confe...

  • 22 | ADD-A and Loving it?! Rick and Ava Green are Totally ADD

    www.adhdrewired.com Ep 22 Interviews from the ADDA Conference  On this episode, Eric talks to Rick and Ava Green.  Rick Green is a comedian and star of the PBS "documentaries" ADD and Loving it, and ADD and Mastering it." Ava is his amazing and supportive...

  • 21 | Life on a mission - an interview with Kim Trumbo

    www.adhdrewired.com Ep 21 Eric Tivers talks with Kim Trumbo, 33, host of Generosity Philosophy, co-host of OK2BeLGBT.  Kim shares strategies for not interrupting. We discuss meds, apps, music for working and more.      This Episode is sponsored by Audible...

  • 20 | From Fired to Inspired - Interview with web designer Alan Houser

    www.adhdrewired.com for complete shownotes. Ep 20  Eric Tivers talks with Alan Houser, entrepreneur, creative web designer, diagnosed 2 years ago at age 43.   This Episode is sponsored by Audible. Get your free audiobook and a 30 day free trial at www.aud...

  • 19 | Mornings - Solutions for faster routines and oversleeping

    www.adhdrewired.com Ep 19 | Not a morning person?   Tips, apps and strategies for waking up and speeding up your morning routine.  Plus, I share my morning protein shake recipe. The ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group is about to launch... Can'...

  • 18 | 7 Shopping Survival Tips for ADHD

    www.adhdrewired.com Ep 18 | 7 Shopping survival tips    Interested in Coaching? www.erictivers.com   To get my email Newsletter Text: TIVERS to 22828 or click here   Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/adhdrewired  Join the Facebook Community www.faceboo...

  • 17 w/ Ari Tuckman, PsyD - Sleep, Meds, Self-Esteem & He-Man

    www.adhdrewired.com Eric Tivers, talks with psychologist, ADHD expert, author, and podcaster, Ari Tuckman. We discuss the psychology of medication as well as issues related to self-esteem.  I ask him to help me with my sleep issues.   Find both of us at t...

  • 16 A talk with James | Taking Charge of his ADHD

    See show notes at www.adhdrewired.com  In episode 15, Eric took you on an audio journey as he read an emotional email from a listener.  Eric then talked to him on the phone at the end, but you only heard a few minutes of that interview.  Here is the rest...

  • 15 Attempted Suicide, Alcoholism & Renewed Hope - A Listeners' ADHD Podcast Epiphany

    See show notes at www.adhdrewired.com  Listen as Eric takes you on an audio journey as he reads an emotional email from a listener.  Eric then talks to him on the phone at the end. The ADDA conference will be here soon.  July 24-27 Register at http://adda...

  • 14 Visualize your Plan - Start by Drawing

    www.adhdrewired.com  Show notes for this episode are available in a mind map and an outline. Learn strategies for long-term, quarterly, monthly and weekly planning.   Plus, the importance of drawing your vision and goals.  Register for the ADDA conference...

  • 13 Climbing Out of a Rut

    I feel like I've been in a bit of a rut, and I kinda vent about it on this episode.  But, I'm pulling myself out.   Listen after the outro at 32:00 to hear a live performance of my original song, "Good intentions" performed at last years ADDA talent show....

  • 12 Lets Focus

    Not feeling well can really tax your working memory.  Wow, I kept lossing my train of thoughts.   go to www.adhdrewired.com Register for the adults ADHD ADDA conference at http://adda.adhdrewired.com Get productivity tips, app recommendations, and other p...

  • 11 Negative Thoughts on Trial Part 2 - Emotions

    Part 2 of Thoughts on Trial-- Emotions. Fear, Anxiety, Anger oh my! I discuss tips and strategies for dealing with these emotions.  I also explore why we have emotions in the first place.  To see a the complete show notes including the mind map for this s...

  • 10 Negative Thinking on Trial Part 1

    Negative thinking fuels negative emotion.  Negative emotions can lead to unhelpful and unproductive behaviors.  These behaviors reinforce our thoughts and the cycle continues.   Eric answers two listener questions, including one about medication. Contest...

  • 09 Calendars

    See a mindmap of this episode at www.adhdrewired.com

  • 08 Motivation and the Brain - 13 Tips

    ADHD reWired Ep 8. This may be the best episode yet.  I will give you 13 tips to increase motivation. Listen to an off-off-off-way off broadway production of a 2 character play, created, directed and played by me.   Check out my recommended app.   100s of...

  • 07 Procrastination - 5 reasons I do it & What I've learned to do about it.

    Today we’re going to talk about procrastination. I’m going to talk about some of the reasons we do it, and I’m going to share with you some strategies that I’ve learned that have helped me and many of my clients procrastinate less and do more. I’m going t...

  • 06 To Share or Not to Share? 6 Questions to ask before you do.

    Ep06 To Share or Not to Share. 6 questions to ask yourself before you do. On Today’s episode, we will talk about coming out ADHD. The when, if and how to disclose. I’m going to share with you my personal experiences of disclosure.  This is the first episo...

  • 05 7 Tips to make a better to do list

    Episode 05: 7 Steps to making a better to do list:   1. Verb it. Make it an action list. - 2. Time it. 3. Schedule it 4. Draw it. Check out www.adhdrewired.com to get the rest in some detail.   Other thoughts… It's not just ADHD, Nobody every gets through...

  • 04 To Make Bigger Progress, Take Smaller Steps

    Behavior change is hard. While I hope you are doing well on your personal goals, this episode will offer a few things to consider if are not making the progress you were hoping for.     Projects are not tasks. 6 questions to ask yourself when an item on y...

  • 03 Top 7 tools for tracking and monitoring your time

    In this episode we will discuss 7 tools -- 3 of them apps to help you get better at tracking time.  I will also talk about the top 5 lies people with ADHD tell themselves and really believe.

  • 02 ADHD & Sleep

    Sleep and ADHD Sleep challenges can run the gamut when you have ADHD.  In this episode I discuss common sleep challenges, as well as my sleep challenges, and I share a number of strategies.  I also share one of my favorite tools in my ADHD toolbox for hel...

  • 01 Getting Started

    Launch Episode.