Reframing old stories and choosing to thrive with ADHD

Reframing old stories and choosing to thrive with ADHD

By Kate Moryoussef

Is our ADHD 'hackable'? Can we create new ways of thinking and being to make living with ADHD easier? We get curious about these topics in this week's episode, with guest, Alex Campbell, an ADHD specialist, psychotherapist and coach.

Alex dedicates his life to helping others understand and thrive with neurodiversity. His portfolio career spans film & television, international business development and non-profit operations.

During today's episode, Alex and Kate talk about:

Being one of the first kids diagnosed in the '90s Reframing our old ADHD stories and beliefsSeeing the genius in our old workarounds and scaffoldingLeaning into our 'new' strengthsMaking life work better for us on our termsWhat is "working memory"How ADHD affects your working memoryHow to make hyperfocus work for youSprinting marathons and ADHD burnout How we respond to our winsUsing self-compassion every day The benefits of working with an ADHD coach Thriving with our speedy brains and using our working memory in a way that works for usTaking a compassionate, systematic pause

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Kate Moryoussef is a women’s ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner helping overwhelmed yet unfulfilled (many with ADHD like her) women find more calm, balance, health, compassion, creativity and clarity in their lives. 

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