Mindfulness can help ADHD. But, how do you actually get yourself to do it?
MindfullyADD is mindfulness practice for ADHD featuring simple, brief and approachable exercises based on proven research. MindfullyADD is geared toward ADHD-specific issues, like activating, focusing, and settling. It’s ADHD-Informed Mindfulness, created just for you, in doable chunks without ads or distractions, all in one place. Resist distractions, improve your mood, get things done and feel better about it.
The the full video archive will be available until 12/31/2015.
- Alan Brown – Sleep
- Bonnie Mincu – Self-Awareness
- Casey Dixon – Mindfulness and ADHD
- Cindy Goldrich – Homework and ADHD
- Dana Rayburn – File Systems
- David Giwerc – Best things about Adults with ADHD
- Diane Dempster and Elaine Taylor-Klaus: Keeping Cool and Calm
- Dr. Ari Tuckman – ADHD and Lies
- Dr. David Nowell – Growth Mindset
- Dr. Roberto Olivardia – ADHD and Anxiety
- Dr. Stephanie Sarkis: Non-Medication Treatments
- Eric Tivers – Productivity and Vulnerability
- Jay Carter – ADHD and the Workplace
- Jonathon Carroll – Filters and ADHD
- Laurie Dupar – Life Balance
- Lynne Edris – Procrastination
- Margit Crane: Cooperation and ADHD Children
- Mark Bertin, MD – Managing Stress and Chaos
- Melissa Orlov – Trust and ADHD
- Rick Green – Productivity and Creativity
- Sari Solden – Women with ADHD
- Tara McGillicuddy – Battling Negativity
- Terry Matlen – Clutter
- Thank You!
- Tracey Bromley Goodwin & Holly Oberacker – Chores