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The Neurodivergent Woman

Michelle Livock and Monique Mitchelson

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A podcast for neurodivergent women, hosted by clinical psychologist Monique Mitchelson and clinical neuropsychologist Michelle Livock. Covering Autism to ADHD and everything in between, we aim to educate and inspire women who think differently.
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Neurodivergent Mates

Will Wheeler & Kevin Lennon (Photon Jon)

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“Neurodivergent Mates is a podcast delving into Neurodiversity and Mental Health, hosted by two neurodistinct professionals – Will, the ADHD and Dyslexic host, and Kevin, aka Photon Jon, an Autistic and ADHD cohost. They candidly share their personal experiences, discussing topics like relationships, dating, addiction, trauma, sex, education, careers, parenting, the workplace, and more.”
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Welcome to the Focus and Chill podcast where we discuss productivity tactics that work for AuDHDers and other neurospicy people. Every episode we interview guests with lived experience of neurodivergence who also have a solid productivity and habit game and pass the learnings on to you, our wise and benevolent audience. Podcast sponsored by https://focusbear.io
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The Gifted Neurodivergent Child Podcast

Lillian Skinner, Beth Anne Johnson

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A podcast dedicated to understanding and cultivating 2e children to their full potential. Hosted by two gifted neurodivergent mothers raising 5 gifted neurodivergent children ages 0 to 23. Beth Anne and Lillian cover every topic parents raising neurodivergent children face. This podcast focuses on navigating the day to day high and lows of raising brilliant, beautiful, gifted, highly creative children. Lillian Skinner is the founder of Gifted ND, Inc.,. She is also a Creative Intelligence Re ...
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Neurodivergent Moments

Joe Wells and Abigoliah Schamaun

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Ever walk into a room and immediately forget why you’re there? Or get confused when someone is surprised you’ve taken what they said literally? Comedians, Abigoliah Schamaun and Joe Wells do, and so do their guests, and these Neurodivergent Moments shine a light into the world of our diverse minds. Each episode, ADHD Abigoliah and Autistic Joe, speak to a guest with a neurodivergence about their divergence, life, career and how they navigate the neurotypical society we live in. Lighthearted, ...
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Ranked top 5% most followed and shared podcast globally. Empowering the highly sensitive and neurodiverse. Sharing all the ways you are needed and valuable in the world. As a sensitivity and late diagnosed autism in women expert, psychotherapist, and founder of the online Sensitive Empowerment community, my mission is to help you reduce the challenges of having a sensitive nervous system so you can access your many gifts and thrive to your fullest potential. See show notes at HSPpodcast.com. ...
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A podcast dedicated to comprehending and then cultivating the outside genius found only in Gifted Neurodivergence (ND). The time has come to finally take back the narrative of what being neurodivergent really is. Neurodivergence is creative intelligence. In this podcast we will explore the truth about what it means to be live in a system that resists cultivating differences. We will explore how we can cultivate our giftedness outside of the system. We will explore how new technology (such as ...
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The Neurodivergent Nurse is a podcast hosted by Jami, a nurse who has ADHD. On this podcast she discusses all things ADHD. Her journey with this diagnosis is just beginning as she learns about ADHD and how to navigate life with it. She shares what she has learned and the occasional embarrassing stories along the way.
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The Neurodivergent Leader Podcast

Neurodivergent Leader

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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.
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NVLD & NeuroDivergent Pioneers

Linda Karanzalis, MS, BCCS

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Join me in clearing up the confusion about NVLD, a little-known learning disorder, and other overlapping issues (ADHD, Autism Spectrum). Much like pioneers, we are making our way by forging new territory for ourselves and those who follow us!
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Welcome to "The Neurodivergent Musician" podcast, hosted by Jon Hart, an award-winning fingerstyle singer-songwriter. Join Jon and his trusty guitar co-host, Luna, as they chronicle the unique experiences and challenges faced by neurodivergent individuals in the music industry. Through personal anecdotes and insightful discussions, Jon shares his journey of self-discovery, from initially being unaware of his neurodivergent traits to becoming aware of them and seeking treatment. Explore the o ...
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I help ADHD entrepreneurs and neurodivergent business owners make more money in less time. And currently, I'm helping some of them get eleven times the value of their investment back. How do I do it? I help them understand and leverage their ADHD so they can get it working for them, not against them when it comes to their business strategy. Do you want to learn specific tools and tricks for overcoming ADHD in YOUR business? Want coaching on money mindset, sales advice, and general ADHD entre ...
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Hi, I'm Jenny (not Nenny, like the title suggests. I used to call myself "Nenny" before I could pronounce my "Js." And I just love alliteration in a title. My whole life, I've wondered what the heck was wrong with me - why I never fit in, but then I realized I was autistic! Now I'm just trying to figure it all out, and I hope you'll come along for the ride!
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Our Neurodivergent Life

Our Neurodivergent Life

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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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Homesteading and Holistic Living for Special Needs Families **TOP 2% of Podcasts in the World** Do you want to switch to more natural products in your home, but every time you try to, you end up feeling overwhelmed by all the options and information out there, so you just give up? Wanting to have a garden to grow food for your family, but you don’t have the time to research how to get started? Does it feel like your dreams of homesteading and holistic living will never happen because of the ...
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Neurodivergent Selling

Sandy Sommer and Jess V

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Welcome to Neurodivergent Selling, the podcast that explores the unique strengths and abilities that neurodivergent individuals bring to the world of sales. If you're a sales professional or entrepreneur looking to unlock your full potential, or if you're interested in learning more about the ways in which neurodiversity can transform the sales industry, this is the podcast for you. In each episode, we'll delve into the experiences, perspectives, and strategies of successful neurodivergent s ...
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Hey friends, If you're finding yourself dealing with failed garden dreams, know you aren't alone! Whether you never even got started on that gardening project or you got started only to have the crop die or get overtaken by pests, how we handle these moments of defeat is SO important. Today I want to share with you some of my own garden failures fr…
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As neurodivergent individuals, we frequently find ourselves stepping outside our comfort zones, doing things that clash with our natural inclinations. In this episode of Neurodivergent Mates, we explore the reasons why we might need to venture beyond our comfort zones. We discuss our personal experiences and strategies for coping with these challen…
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We are thrilled to have Rosemary Richings on the podcast today, to chat with us about her experience of dyspraxia. Rosemary is a writer, editor, and public speaker specialising in disability and neurodiversity, and she is the author of Stumbling Through Space and Time: Living Life With Dyspraxia. Rosemary is on the board of trustees of Dyspraxic Me…
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Welcome to episode #57 We’re thrilled to be joined by Chris Cameron today. Chris Cameron is a Workflow Engineering and Process Automation Expert with over a decade of experience. He founded Satellite, a company dedicated to helping small businesses optimize their operations. He also teaches people with executive function barriers how to overcome th…
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Have you ever found yourself paralyzed by procrastination, knowing exactly what needs to be done but unable to do it? I’ve been there. Hey, I'm Katie McManus, business strategist and money mindset coach, and this is my podcast "The Weeniecast!" Pssssst! If after listening to this episode you want my help overcoming the challenges mentioned, here's …
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This week Abigoliah and Joe talk to writer Emily Katy. This was a fantastic chat and if you want more from Emily then she has a book out called Girl Unmasked which not only would we recommend but has been endorsed by several of our favourite people including Pete Wharmby and Sara Gibbs. It's available from wherever you get your books from. She also…
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In this episode I encourage parents to think about their child's neurodivergence in a different way. That perhaps what is broken is everything but their child. I ask them to recognize that we live in a culture set up to work against recognizing and nurturing the innate abilities of neurodivergent children. I discuss the detrimental effects of tradi…
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Episode Summary: In this episode of the HSP and Neurodivergent podcast, psychotherapist Julie Bjelland delves deep into the hidden world of autistic women, aiming to illuminate the unique challenges and strengths that have not been well understood until now. A significant focus is placed on the reality that many autistic women remain undiagnosed, o…
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“It never occurred to me that he drank to cope with my mother, but I suspect that is true.” Autism is a primary disorder that needs to be diagnosed in order to save relationships, children, and families. Listen as Dr. Kathy recalls memories from her childhood of about different members of her family, her relationship with them, and what happens whe…
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Hey friends, Do you have a dream of starting a garden, but you just can't justify to extra expenses to do it? I know as I began growing my own food, the upfront cost really prevented me from doing everything that I wanted to. As someone who LOVES to find a good bargain, I became determined to find a way to expand my garden while not blowing the bud…
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In this week's episode we chat about compassionate practice. We have both been super keen to do an episode on compassion for a while now, given compassion is a core tenant of our practice. In this ep we went through some of the core features of compassion, how this can be used therapeutically, and developing self-compassion. We loved putting this e…
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Ever feel like your brain is lying to you about your future possibilities and capabilities? Well, maybe it's time to call BS on that five-year plan and consider taking your side hustle full time! And I'm actually sharing the five key signs that it's time to transform your side hustle into a thriving full-time business. Hey, I'm Katie McManus, busin…
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Welcome to episode #56. We’re thrilled to be joined by Christal Wang today. Christal (Forbes 30 under 30) is a startup founder, expert ADHD advocate & speaker, angel investor, and forever tinkerer. She is the Co-Founder & CEO of Shimmer (YC S21, Google for Startups, StartX): the first-ever comprehensive behavioral tech platform for adults with ADHD…
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Hey friends, Being a mom is amazing. It's honestly the most rewarding thing I've ever done...and also the most challenging. If you find yourself at a point in life where self-care is nonexistent, you're feeling more irritable than you would like, and the joy of motherhood seems to be gone, then I want you to stop what you're doing now and listen as…
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When Sol Willian joined us to share their experience navigating the academic world, little did we know how deeply their story would resonate with so many. Their tale, woven into our latest podcast, reveals the intricate fabric of life as a neurodivergent student—before and after diagnosis—and the sometimes paradoxical struggles that come with disab…
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Today on the show Monique interviews Rebecca Gannon. Rebecca is a Neurodivergent Psychologist with a Masters in Educational and Developmental Psychology. Their clinical work focuses on Autism and ADHD assessment for adults as well as supervising other Psychologists and allied health professionals in neuroaffirming practice skills. Rebecca is Aborig…
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Unlocking LinkedIn Success: Top Techniques to Secure Clients for ADHD Entrepreneurs Imagine you have a remarkable product or service, yet you're floundering on LinkedIn, unable to find the right approach to attract desirable clients — watching potential business opportunities continue to bypass your profile. It's time you stop being a "Burt" about …
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This week Abigoliah and Joe talk to brilliant comedian and serial hobbyist Thomas Green. Thomas is back on tour soon, sign up to his mailing list to get the latest news: https://linktr.ee/thomasgreencomedy Neurodivergent Moments is coming live to Oxford on the 26th of May: get your tickets here: https://www.datathistle.com/event/2372934-neurodiverg…
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Hey Mamas, Maybe you're just getting started on this journey of creating a healthier lifestyle for your family and you want to find healthier options for your personal care and cleaning products, but the LONG list of ingredients is SO overwhelming to you. You may feel like you don't know where to start so instead you give up and use the same (toxic…
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In this episode, I discuss the differences that set autism apart from high sensitivity, particularly in women. I highlight the outdated diagnostic criteria for autism and the misdiagnosis or lack of diagnosis in many women. We'll explore the unique characteristics of autistic women, such as the challenges of masking, the need for solitude, and the …
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In this week’s episode we are thrilled to chat to Michelle Marques about her experience with depression and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, plus a million other things. Michelle is an Autistic and ADHD writer with a background in journalism and a Master’s in African American studies. Her writing and research focuses on gender, sexuality, race, n…
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The chaotic symphony of managing life across time zones strikes all too familiar a note for many of us, and when you throw in the beautiful complexity of the neurodivergent mind, it's a dance that demands both precision and grace. Enter Brie Mills, a beacon of radical authenticity from the States, whose viral social media exploits have etched a mem…
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Maximize Your Social Media with Just a Few Key Ideas Have you planned out all of your hundreds of ideas for social media content over the coming weeks? No? Oh that's great. Got your attention just in time then! Hey, I'm Katie McManus, business strategist and money mindset coach, and this is my podcast "The Weeniecast!" Pssssst! Throughout May I'm r…
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Hey Mamas, Are you looking to grow some nutritious food for your family? Sweet potatoes are a favorite in my house and I love growing them in my backyard garden, but purchasing sweet potato slips from the store can get EXPENSIVE. One thing I have realized over my years of gardening is how EASY it is to start your own sweet potato slips and how much…
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This week on the podcast Monique interviews the incredible Associate Professor Josephine Barbaro. Josie is a late identified Autistic ADHDer. She is a Principal Research Fellow and Psychologist at the Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre, La Trobe University, Melbourne. She is the Research Director of Identification and Diagnosis of Autism, and Cli…
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Eli is known for her vibrant use of colour with multiple mediums including acrylic, gouache, ink, pastel, colour pencil, and collage, and as a highly sensitive artist with autism, Eli's work often reflects in-depth emotional themes. Her work has been featured in public exhibitions and private collections all around the world and she has also master…
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Welcome to episode #54 - We’re thrilled to be joined by Shea Belsky today. Shea Belsky is an autistic self-advocate. He is the Chief Technology Officer of Mentra, a hiring platform for neurodivergent job seekers. Shea brings several unique perspectives to supporting neurodivergent colleagues: He has been the manager of neurodivergent & neurotypical…
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The Ultimate Sleep Hack for Boosting ADHD Entrepreneurial Success! Oh my god I'm so excited about bringing this episode to you. It's a topic that touches every part of our lives as 'hustling' entrepreneurs - and I'm going to share with you the ADHD sleep hack I've discovered that ensures you get proper sleep and rest! Hey, I'm Katie McManus, busine…
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This week Abigoliah and Joe talk to the incredible Jess Thom. Jess is an artist, writer, and activist, who co-founded Touretteshero in 2010. Check out her work at https://www.touretteshero.com/ Rate, Review and Subscribe and we'll see you again in two weeks with a wonderful special guest or if you can't wait two weeks there'll be a bonus episode on…
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Trigger Warning: This episode contains brief references to attempted suicide. In this episode of the Gifted Neurodivergent Podcast, I interview Ethan R. Gibson, author of 'Nonchalant Perfectionism'. You can find his book here: https://a.co/d/c9fnsTs. At just 21, Ethan wrote this book reflecting on his journey from addiction and an attempted suicide…
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Hey Mamas, If you're looking to cook from home more, but you aren't sure where to start when it comes stocking your pantry, then today's episode is for you! Join me as I share what I keep in my pantry during the spring/summer to successfully cook quick and healthy meals for my family! AshleyAv Ashley Braden -Holistic Living Coach, Homesteading Coach, Routines Superstar
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