Tips for Studying Abroad with How to ADHD and Landmark College

Tips for Studying Abroad with How to ADHD and Landmark College

Going to school in another country can pose some interesting and unique challenges for those with learning differences. Jessica McCabe from How to ADHD returns to Distraction to share some ideas on ways to get the most out of your experience in this special episode sponsored by Landmark College. She and Dr. Hallowell discuss topics ranging from getting prepared for your trip to whether or not you can bring your medications with you. There are quite a few nuggets of wisdom in this conversation! 

To learn more about Jessica click HERE

Check out our sponsor, Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. It’s the college of choice for students who learn differently! 

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S3 Mini23: ADHD Diagnoses on the Rise

S3 Mini23: ADHD Diagnoses on the Rise

ADHD diagnoses in the U.S. have gone from 6.1% in 1997 to 10.2% in 2016. Is that a good thing or bad thing? Dr. Hallowell shares his thoughts on why more U.S. kids aged 4 to 17 are being diagnosed with ADHD, and what that increase really means.

JAMA Article referenced: Trends Over 20 Years in ADHD Diagnoses Amonth U.S. Children, Adolescents 

This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. Learn more at LCDistraction.org

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S3 Ep23: Overcome Your Procrastination

S3 Ep23: Overcome Your Procrastination

ADHD coach Jeff Copper shares his best tips for beating procrastination, along with some details about how your working memory impacts why you put off or delay doing something. Jeff excels at helping people identify their unique natural processes and showing them how to use those processes to achieve their goals.

Jeff’s Coaching Website: DigCoaching

Jeff’s Podcast: Attention Talk Radio

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This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. It’s the college of choice for students who learn differently. Learn more HERE.

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S3 Mini 22: ADHD Help for the Whole Family

S3 Mini 22: ADHD Help for the Whole Family

If someone in your household has ADHD it can affect the entire family. That’s why Dr. H’s summer camp aims to help everyone navigate the ups and downs of ADHD. Listen as he details what’s in store for this year and how to join him, his wife Sue, and their son Jack on the shores of Lake Michigan this July! 

Dr. Hallowells 2019 ADHD Family Summer Camp takes place July 14-19, 2019 in Glen Arbor Michigan. Visit HallowellSummerCamp.com for more information. Register by February 28th for an early-bird discount. 

This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. Learn more HERE

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S3 Ep22: Creating Pathways For Success

S3 Ep22: Creating Pathways For Success

Our guests today are changing the world, and you can too! Karen Wilson and her 22-year old son, Justice Gbada have recently created a coaching group in Portland, Oregon to support kids and parents navigating the world of ADHD. Pathways 4 Success 4 Life is a partnership group that was started by two moms and their two ADHD sons who wanted to promote community and provide connections among parents and students. As you’ll hear, the group is relatively new, but their members are already seeing positive results.   

For more information: [email protected]

Pathways 4 Success 4 Life on Facebook

This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. To learn more or to schedule a campus visit CLICK HERE

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S3 Mini 21: How Do You Know When Enough Is Enough?

S3 Mini 21: How Do You Know When Enough Is Enough?

Dr. Hallowell shares his advice for knowing when a person or project is not worth your time and effort. Whether you’re struggling with a job,  relationship or something else, this mini episode can help you figure out your next steps. Plus, hear about the project Ned walked away from after investing a ton of time and energy, and why he’s better off for it. 

Reach out to us! Send your comments and questions to [email protected]. Or leave a voice message by calling 844-55-CONNECT. 

This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. It’s the college of choice for students who learn differently. Click HERE to learn more! 

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S3 Ep21: Rethinking How ADHD is Diagnosed & Treated

S3 Ep21: Rethinking How ADHD is Diagnosed & Treated

Dr. Charles Parker of Core Brain Journal engages Ned in a discussion about the evolution of ADHD and the current problems with many treatment plans. Dr. Parker warns people to be especially wary of the interaction between Prozac and amphetamines, and discusses the common misdiagnosis of bipolar disorder. 

Core Brain Journal website

Dr. Parker’s YouTube video about Prozac & Drug Interactions

Let Dr. Hallowell know your thoughts on this conversation. Just send an email to [email protected]

This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. Learn more HERE

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S3 Mini 20: ADHD and Addiction

S3 Mini 20: ADHD and Addiction

Those with ADHD are at a higher risk of becoming addicted to alcohol and/or drugs. Dr. Hallowell offers some tips on what to look for and how to avoid addiction from the start.

Send your comments, questions and show ideas to [email protected]. Or call us and leave a voice message at 844-55-CONNECT.

This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. Learn more about the school of choice for students who learn differently HERE

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S3 Ep20: 5 ADHD Questions

S3 Ep20: 5 ADHD Questions

How does aging affect ADHD? At what age can a child be diagnosed? Is high emotional instability a trait of ADHD? Dr. Hallowell gets a chance to answer these and some other great questions we’ve received from our listeners recently. 

Dr. Hallowell’s books mentioned in this episode:

Driven to Distraction

Delivered from Distraction

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This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. It’s the college of choice for students who learn differently. To learn more or to schedule a campus visit click HERE.

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S3 Mini 19: Try Saying, “Let Me Get Back to You”

S3 Mini 19: Try Saying, “Let Me Get Back to You”

If you’re one of those people who likes to help everyone with their problems, it’s important to remember to take care of yourself too. Ned offers suggestions on how to help others while still making sure your own needs are being met.

Got a question for Dr. Hallowell? Record it on a smartphone and email it to [email protected]

This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. Learn more or schedule a campus visit HERE.

This episode was originally released in August 2016. New episodes return next week!

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S3 Ep19: Cyberbullied to Death

S3 Ep19: Cyberbullied to Death

Nearly 1 in 3 students from middle and high school has experienced cyberbullying, according to the Cyberbullying Research Center. Dr. Lisa Strohman, founder of the Technology Wellness Center, talks about this serious issue and specifically about the case of Brandy Vela, a Texas teen who was pushed over the edge by cyberbulling. Dr. Strohman also expounds on the dark side of the internet and how kids are getting themselves into serious trouble. 

Click here to learn more about Dr. Strohman’s Technology Wellness Center

Click here to learn about the Digital Citizen Academy

StopBullying.gov

This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. It’s the college of choice for students who learn differently! 

This episode was originally released in January 2017. Keep listening for new episodes next week! 

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S3 Mini 18: The Incredible Benefits of Daily Meditation

S3 Mini 18: The Incredible Benefits of Daily Meditation

Studies show that meditating for just 30 minutes a day can have amazing health benefits. Dr. Sara Lazar of Harvard University tells Ned about her research that showed regular meditation can improve a person’s focus and increase overall feelings of well-being. 

Go back and listen to Season 1 Episode 4: 25 Minutes to a Calmer Approach to Life to hear John Kabat-Zinn talk about the mindfulness-based stress reduction meditation program he created that Dr. Lazar references in this episode!

Dr. Lazar’s website: http://scholar.harvard.edu/sara_lazar/home

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