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The ADHD Adults Podcast
The ADHD Adults Podcast (in)expertly covers issues around ADHD in adults, sharing evidence-based information and personal experiences. Join us for Alex the round-headed psychoeducation monkey’s evidence-based information, James’s genuinely poor tips for coping and the Queen of Chaos, Mrs ADHD. Regular games, correspondence from absolutely real people and occasionally hearing from more professional guests also happens from time to time…
Providing evidence-based advice for adults with ADHD
Our purpose is to provide peer-led support and coaching to adults with ADHD to support multiple aspects of living with ADHD
Getting help for your ADHD
Living with ADHD provides unique challenges. We have prepared an array of resources to help you organise your tasks, prioritise activities and help you towards getting a diagnosis and treatment.
How we have helped adults with ADHD
Don’t take our word for it – here are some testimonials
“Your podcast made my life suddenly make sense…I got more therapy from the 36 hours it took me to blast through every episode, than I have from years of s****y counselling.
I know myself, my strengths, my limitations and blindspots and most importantly “why am I like this” and your incredibly relatable and humorous episodes have given me that. Thank you guys and keep up the good work”
“I cannot thank you enough for both your podcast and the information on the website….I’ve been binge listening to the podcast since then and have recognised a lot of myself in pretty much all of them. Today I used your script for raising ADHD with my GP and she seemed pretty convinced!… Without the knowledge and support I’ve got from you guys I wouldn’t have had the confidence to approach it like that or known where to start.
Thank you so much.”
“I just wanted to let you know how utterly refreshing and relatable it is to listen to….What your podcast does is humanise everything. You talk between yourselves in the same way I talk to my friends. You talk about how it affects your lives in an utterly relatable way with tiny examples, huge examples and everything in-between….and that makes people like me, who haven’t been diagnosed and swing from hope to imposter syndrome as often as the wind changes……be able to actually start to move past the back and forth and start doing something about it.”
“Listening to you share your own experiences has helped me more than I can express in words….. Some find CBT, I found you. After listening to only a few episodes of the podcast, my attitude changed entirely, and I was able to reflect on my past behaviour with a far more sympathetic gaze… Thanks, in no small part to you, I am now far more balanced and, while I try not to use ADHD as an excuse for anything, I can accept it as part of who I am without the need to beat myself up each time it rears its head. My life, as well as the lives of the people that I care about, are all the better for it.”
“It has just the right balance of scientific knowledge, linking to real life experiences, laughs, insults and swearing to keep me interested (ok maybe not quite enough insults and swearing). It’s really helped me recognise a lot of my odd behaviours through life all came from ADHD.”
“I now understand much better why I do the things I do, and my life at work has changed dramatically for the better!”
“I have never felt so seen”
“I feel like a penny has dropped. I am 51, and now realise this has been with me all my life”