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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 ...
 
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.
 
Welcome to The Neurodivergent Magic Podcast, where you'll find new episodes every Saturday on topics related to neurodivergence in all its forms. We talk about autism, ADHD, and other neurodivergent experiences, but we also talk about the specific experiences we have as neurodivergent folks, like time-blindness, executive dysfunction and more. I'm your host, Megan Griffith, and I am so excited to share my personal experiences and research with you in this podcast. Want to connect with me? ww ...
 
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Something Shiny: ADHD!

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Something Shiny: ADHD!

David Kessler & Isabelle Richards

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How many times have you tried to understand ADHD...and were left feeling more misunderstood? We get it and we're here to help you build a shiny new relationship with ADHD. We are two therapists (David Kessler & Isabelle Richards) who not only work with people with ADHD, but we also have ADHD ourselves and have been where you are. Every other week on Something Shiny, you'll hear (real) vulnerable conversations, truth bombs from the world of psychology, and have WHOA moments that leave you fee ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
This podcast will cover a plethora of topics and has been created as a space to celebrate Neurodiversity. It is also a place where we can embrace our Neurodivergence, and unapologetically be ourselves. We are quite political and forthcoming with our opinions. You don’t have to agree with them, but they will be presented here, often quite passionately. Warning: Explicit language may be present in some recordings. Season 1 includes ‘off the cuff recordings’, rather than planned discussions, so ...
 
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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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Soul to Life

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Soul to Life

Stephanie Elizabeth Briggs

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A podcast for highly-sensitive and neurodivergent healers, artists, visionaries and sacred rebels. Join Magical Empowerment coach and guide Stephanie Elizabeth Briggs for open and honest conversations on magic, creativity, healing, and living with integrity in this enchanted Earth realm. ✴︎ www.soultolifepodcast.com
 
The CodeNewbie podcast was born from CodeNewbie, an organization which fosters a supportive, international community of people learning to code. Each season, host Saron Yitbarek delivers stories and interviews from people of diverse backgrounds and expertise about their coding journeys, as well as beginner friendly discussions about the tech you should know about.
 
The Neurodivergent Leader Podcast creates a safe space to explore paradigms around neurodiversity through humor, transparency and the commitment to empower all voices. Join hosts Heather Wagner and Donna McLaughlin as they elevate neurodivergent leaders and their contributions, share tools, advocate for access and acceptance and educate listeners on the strengths and challenges surrounding neurodiversity in today’s neurotypical world.
 
Imaginary Worlds sounds like what would happen if NPR went to ComicCon and decided that’s all they ever wanted to cover. Host Eric Molinsky spent over a decade working as a public radio reporter and producer, and he uses those skills to create thoughtful, sound-rich episodes about science fiction, fantasy, and other genres of speculative fiction. Every other week, he talks with comic book artists, game designers, novelists, screenwriters, filmmakers, and fans about how they craft their world ...
 
Two 20-somethings talk about mental health, neurodivergence and how it impacts literally every aspect of our lives. Transcripts can be found on our Buzzsprout page (url below) by clicking the episode and selecting the "Transcript" tab. Featuring A psychology major and a communications major jamming about how cool/weird brains are Personal experiences with therapy, medication, and diagnosis Chill talks about stimming And more! website:beyondintrospection.buzzsprout.com | email:beyonddotpodcas ...
 
Whether we wear a lab coat or haven't seen a test tube since grade school, science is shaping all of our lives. And that means we all have science stories to tell. Every year, we host dozens of live shows all over the country, featuring all kinds of storytellers - researchers, doctors, and engineers of course, but also patients, poets, comedians, cops, and more. Some of our stories are heartbreaking, others are hilarious, but they're all true and all very personal. Welcome to The Story Collider!
 
Incredible life stories of Neurodivergent people sharing what it‘s like to live on different spectrums with many traits. Autistic, ADHD, Dyspraxic, Dyscalculic, Tourettes and OCD guests tell us about their childhoods, education, work and personal life - and how their mental health has been impacted by being wired differently.
 
Confused about NVLD.... non-verbal learning disorder and the issues surrounding and it's cross-over symptoms with other disorders? (ADHD, ASD) Contrary to its name those with NVLD do speak, and exceptionally well! Who am I? I'm a Board Certified Cognitive Specialist with NVLD and ADHD. Join me, to clear up the confusion about is a little-known learning disorder. Much like pioneers, we are making our way by forging new territory, not only for ourselves but those who follow us!
 
Sandra is the writer behind @nd.narratives that was @theadhdgoodlife on Instagram, a page where she shares her experiences and insights from her late in life ADHD diagnosis and Autistic self-diagnosis as a Black femme and transracial adoptee. This podcast explores the unique experiences of neurodivergent people (particularly those who've been historically excluded from mainstream neurodivergent narratives), often considering intersectionality and social justice lenses while sharing tools and ...
 
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.
 
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a neurodivergent autistic person? Now's your chance to sit down, listen, and learn. Whether you are a neurodivergent person yourself, or you love someone who is neurodivergent this podcast will open your eyes to the daily life of individuals living with autism and other neurodivergent traits. Travis takes the listener along a journey through his ups and downs of life with autism. You will learn how Travis uses applied behavior analysis to teach hi ...
 
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The Pulse

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The Pulse

Accessible Media Inc.

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The Pulse is a podcast discussing issues impacting the disability community across Canada on AMI-audio. Host Joeita Gupta, who is blind, also works full-time at a nonprofit in Toronto, specializing in housing/tenant rights.
 
The intention is to awaken, enlighten, enrich and inspire. Timber Hawkeye, bestselling author of Buddhist Boot Camp, Faithfully Religionless, and The Opposite of Namaste, offers a secular mindfulness practice to be at peace with the world, both within and around us. As the Dalai Lama says, "Don't try to use what you learn from Buddhism to be a Buddhist, use it to be a better whatever-you-already-are."
 
We get curious about all things gender, sex and sexuality, as well as relationships, feminism (the inclusive kind), mental health and kink, and all that makes us humans unique and diverse. From body positivity to body dysmorphia, it’s all welcome here. Come with us on a journey of inclusion, acceptance and respect.
 
James Noguera, a most interested man in the world, is a fiction writer, university instructor, and podcaster. His mission is meaning through conversation. He believes every person on Earth can teach you something, if you simply take the time to listen. So join him on his quest to learn, grow, and help others through . . . listening.
 
This is a podcast for people who are curious about the world and themselves featuring talks and conversations presented by the Public Programs department of California Institute of Integral Studies, a non-profit university in San Francisco. Listen here or on your favorite podcast app to a diverse array of visionaries, artists, and scholars sharing compelling experiences, offering new perspectives, and expanding creative horizons.
 
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MindVox

Claire Jacobs

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MindVox is a space to talk, listen and learn about mental health, self-care and wellbeing without judgement. We cover topics that can be of a sensitive or triggering nature. We will always highlight the topics we cover in the show notes of each episode’s description. Please note we are not medical experts, we are only experts of our own mental health experiences.
 
EXPLORING DIFFERENT BRAINS is a weekly interview show hosted by neurodiversity advocate Harold "Hackie" Reitman, MD., and presented by DifferentBrains.com. Join us as we speak with some of the most interesting people involved in autism, Asperger's, dyslexia, ADHD, OCD, down syndrome, and any condition that can be considered "neurodiverse." From doctors to judges, teachers to caregivers, scientists to advocates, parents to kids, neurodiverse to neurotypical, we want to tell any story that can ...
 
Bridging modern day Somatic Psychology and Integrative Health, this podcast helps distill answers to some of life’s most important questions so that you can stop self-sabotaging, prevent burnout and live a fully awakened life. Join me on this epic journey of self-discovery to explore the ins and outs of the mind, body, and soul, where a healthy dose of skepticism is always welcome.
 
The ADHD Manual: How to survive with a colorful brain in a black and white world. Living with ADHD in a world built for neurotypicals (people with the most common brains) is like trying to follow an IKEA assembly manual for our Hot Wheels race car track pieces. We could toss this rocket launcher and buy crappy plastic pins. Or we could toss the manual and write our own.
 
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How are you supposed to communicate with your loved one when you're upset? What about when they're upset? For some reason, no one teaches us these things, we're just supposed to figure it out, but that's so much easier said than done. So I wan to help. Check out this episode for my best tips on how to communicate effectively with people you love, e…
 
NeuroDivergent masking is when a NeuroDivergent Person, either consciously or subconsciously, camouflages, or masks, their divergent traits in order to blend in or to appear NeuroTypical. Now, when we talk about masking for NeuroDivergent People, whether that’s Autistic People, ADHD, Dyslexia, any other neurodevelopmental difference, it’s important…
 
Lee Chambers is a business psychologist and the founder of Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing, which helps organizations design and deliver well-being and inclusion strategies. He is the current Great British Entrepreneur of the Year for Service Industries and can be often found speaking on gender equity and menopause in the workplace. During this ep…
 
This week Michelle and Monique discuss unusual and exceptional abilities in neurodivergence. We explore savant abilities, ‘splinter skills’, hyperlexia, and giftedness, as well as ‘twice exceptionality’. Contact us at ndwomanpod@gmail.com, or visit our website: www.ndwomanpod.com Email us your questions for our Q&A episode by November 7th! Visit ou…
 
I’m here with Kathryn Lund, an English novelist who uses writing to explore her neurodivergent life. Kathryn has a non-discreet functional neurological disorder which presents with aspects of non-epileptic seizures, chronic pain and problems with OCD, anxiety, depression and other mental health issues. Kathryn's novel, The Things We Left Sleeping, …
 
Over 70 million Americans are neurodivergent or live with learning and thinking differences. What does that mean? Is it a mental disorder, and what can be done? What type of prognosis do these folks have? Join us as today’s guest, Understood.org’s Dr. Andrew Kahn, who identifies as neurodivergent, explains how to help neurodivergent children find a…
 
School is back in, which is the perfect time for you to listen to the brilliant guest, Anna. Anna is a University Student who shares ways she has discovered to help achieve success at school with ADHD. You may not currently be a student, but feel free to share with those who are or may have children with ADHD who currently are. It's important to no…
 
Hello my friends!! It's a true honor to sit down with my friend Julianna today to talk about her experience as a neurodivergent person and the challenges she's had to overcome in the workplace. She shares words of advice for neurodivergent's on how to overcome people not believing in your abilities. She also sheds light on things that neurotypical …
 
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 …
 
Claire Turner is a Success Coach and EFT Practitioner. She is also an author and works with people to help achieve their goals in anything from business to mind management and even weight loss. During this episode Claire talks about her personal and professional experiences of using Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT). We explore: What EFT is and ho…
 
This week we’re being the opposite of overachievers and re-running some classic Story Collider stories. In this week’s episode, both our storytellers are dedicated to going the extra mile for science. Part 1: As a new, super competitive, graduate student Aditi Nadkarni thinks she has the perfect way to impress her advisor and labmates ... until one…
 
On this episode, I share some difficult thoughts about the continuation of this podcast, which I began on my own in 2017. Thank you so much for the support! PODCAST LINKS - Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/jim-nog-pod/id1212086477 - LibSyn: https://jimnogpod.libsyn.com - Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5Ulkfhlzvz9HoZt7Jn…
 
It seems like every story of mass violence or a school shooting includes speculation about what mental illness the alleged perpetrator has. Why is that? What can we do about it? Join us as Emmy Award winning journalist Elizabeth Vargas contests these thoughts and shares the media’s point of view. To learn more -- or read the transcript -- please vi…
 
NOTE: This episode features guided participatory rest practices that include moments of silence at the beginning and end of the conversation. Restoring your body, mind, and spirit amid change is an act of courage, empowerment, and hope. Drawing wisdom from yoga philosophy and her many years of teaching experience, yoga teacher and activist Octavia …
 
On today's episode, Eden has the pleasure of chatting with her American twin - Liz Alterman, the talented author whose latest novel THE PERFECT NEIGHBORHOOD is a thought-provoking read about the dark side of suburbia and the secrets of close-knit communities. They chat about how an unexpected unemployment period inspired Liz to expand her writing, …
 
Thanks for joining me on the podcast! Sarah Quezada works with Women of Welcome doing immigration and refugee work. She talks about her work there and we discuss Sarah's book, Love Undocumented. I've included resources below. You will love this episode! Women of Welcome Love Undocumented IG @womenofwelcome www.thisisherstory.life www.joanncbastien.…
 
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 …
 
Stanford University student & researcher Lauren Clarke, BS, MHA discusses why doctors need more education in neurodiversity. Lauren is a joint MD/MA in Education student at Stanford University working towards improving the quality of medical education related to caring for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She also takes prid…
 
We Light the Way. The Throne Games get serious as we meet Daemon’s wife and a royal match runs into issues with some concerned parties. Ivan & Red return to Westeros to talk HBO’s (first ever?) spinoff show, The House of The Dragon. Check out Red & Maggie Tokuda-Hall’s podcast, Failure to Adapt, available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or via RSS As a…
 
We Light the Way. The Throne Games get serious as we meet Daemon’s wife and a royal match runs into issues with some concerned parties. Ivan & Red return to Westeros to talk HBO’s (first ever?) spinoff show, The House of The Dragon. Check out Red & Maggie Tokuda-Hall’s podcast, Failure to Adapt, available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or via RSS As a…
 
Autistic energy is rarely consistent from day to day. We can’t predict if we’ll wake up energized or dragging. The fluctuating levels can interfere with our lives. Is there a way to manage it? 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 you help make this content availabl…
 
As I have said in previous videos, as an Autistic Person, I feel that there are experiences I encounter in the world that are more intense for me than they are for people whose brains work differently than my own. For example, my sensory experience. Sometimes things that I will encounter, in the sensory environment, such as bright lighting, certain…
 
In this episode, we talk about what it means to be a part of the software development life cycle with Cliff Craig, senior software engineering manager at Samsung. Cliff talks about getting into software engineering over 22 years ago, why it’s important for developers at every level to understand the software development life cycle, and what the maj…
 
Grief is different for all of us, but for young people it can be even more complex whilst they’re still trying to learn about the world around them and how to process their emotions. The Queen’s recent passing has opened up more conversation about grief and loss, and how to support teenagers and children in particular with this. This episode explor…
 
Do you find yourself trusting people too soon, only to get used, walked over, or manipulated? Or maybe it's the opposite, you find it impossible to trust people, no matter how earnestly they've proven their worthiness to you? Both of these issues are very common amongst neurodivergent folks. So today we're talking about when and how to trust others…
 
Join hosts Jade and Rene to discuss the difficulties of managing kids and dogs in the same household, share a few tips for both consultants and families, and start a series of episodes discussing "client compliance". Michelle is a part of Pooch Parenting, a service for both consultants looking to feel more comfortable consulting on cases with kids,…
 
Lauren Ober is an award-winning podcaster and journalist, and also is incredibly insightful (and funny) when discussing her late diagnosis of autism, her early years of being mistreated in school, and how her strengths have led to a successful career. She and Dave discuss similarities in their experiences, and what she hopes to accomplish in her ne…
 
Science is filled with weird and wonderful bonds, like Bubbles the African Elephant and Bella the Black Labrador or potassium and argon. In this week’s classic episode, both our storytellers share stories of times when they made an unexpected connection. Part 1: Journalist Jon Ronson is excited when he hears about some 'sentient' robots, but when h…
 
*Disclaimer: if your child has been diagnosed with SPD, or you suspect they have SPD, the best place to begin with any type of diagnostic or treatment plans is with an Occupational Therapist trained in sensory integration. I am not an OT, and the information in this podcast series should not be used in any way to diagnose you or your child. In part…
 
Do you run an inner monologue or is your brain a peaceful and quiet place? Join hosts Simon and Kim and returning guest Kuro as we delve into our own brains and ask the big questions: why does Kuro hear no voices, has Kim dreamt of any lakes recently and should Simon go back to therapy? As ever we thank you, our loyal listener for sticking with us.…
 
Cleo Madeleine is a researcher, activist, and poet. Cleo's pronouns are she/her, and she is queer, trans, and a woman. Find out what that means to Cleo in this episode. Join us as we briefly go down a rabbit hole of queer history and time, talking about the entanglement of sexuality and gender, linguistic limitations, the intersection of history, l…
 
The stories we tell about the past can determine the way we understand the present. But what happens when we combine tales of magic and fantasy with some of the most traumatic chapters in history? I talk with novelists P. Djeli Clark, Nisi Shawl, and Zen Cho about how speculative fiction can be a useful tool to reimagine the legacy of colonialism a…
 
What about a task that doesn’t have a sense of doing it well? You do it or you don’t do it, like earning money, or getting that job, or buying a house? The only thing that’s reinforced are tasks toward goal completion. What could I do today that would move me toward that goal? The only question: is it moving toward my goal? If so, it’s effective (o…
 
This week I sit down with my dear friend Julie Viellieu. Julie shares her experience of how LSD found her and supported her with profound healing and presence. I also share, for the first time with the B.well community, my own journey with psilocybin. We discuss the powers of these medicines, and the importance of integration. Julie shares her wisd…
 
Thrilled to announce a new collaboration with Pushkin Industries, we’re sharing a special preview of a new podcast, The Loudest Girl in the World. For years, journalist and podcast host Lauren Ober wasn’t all that jazzed about herself. She was always getting in trouble, she had a lot of sensory issues and her anxiety felt off the charts. And then, …
 
King of the Narrow Sea. With the war on the Stepstones over, it’s time for brothers to reunite and for everyone to have some good ‘ol family fun. Ivan & Red return to Westeros to talk HBO’s (first ever?) spinoff show, The House of The Dragon. Check out Red & Maggie Tokuda-Hall’s podcast, Failure to Adapt, available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or vi…
 
King of the Narrow Sea. With the war on the Stepstones over, it’s time for brothers to reunite and for everyone to have some good ‘ol family fun. Ivan & Red return to Westeros to talk HBO’s (first ever?) spinoff show, The House of The Dragon. Check out Red & Maggie Tokuda-Hall’s podcast, Failure to Adapt, available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or vi…
 
In this episode we talk about what being an apprentice engineer is like with Alison Quaglia, software engineer at Pinterest. Alison talks about switching careers into tech, landing an apprentice engineer role at Pinterest, what that apprenticeship looked like, and leveling up at Pinterest to software engineer. Show Links Compiler (sponsor) Stellar …
 
This week Michelle and Monique talk with Anastasia McLean about Bipolar Disorder. Anastasia is the host of The Bipolar Diaries podcast. In this episode we cover what actually is Bipolar and Anastasia shares her experiences through adolescence, getting a diagnosis, and into adulthood. We talk about the difficulty teasing apart personality and neurod…
 
Often autistics feel like they have to change themselves to fit in. Masking can take a toll on self-esteem and well-being. Should you take off the mask? Explaining Autism to Family and Friends: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/meet-my-brain-a-field-guide-to-autism/id1548001224?i=1000574693986 https://open.spotify.com/episode/0Q0hiDM9dHSdkZmveO…
 
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