At last fall’s Online ADHD Awareness Expo Dr. Ari Tuckman joined me to talk about Adult ADD / ADHD and Mindset. We had a very interesting and helpful conversation that you can watch right here. Dr. Tuckman will also be offering a FREE Teleseminar on Tuesday March 12 at 9:00 pm called A Stronger Mindset for Life’s Challenges. As always if you can’t make the live Teleseminar you will be able listen to a FREE replay for 1 week of sign up be fore the start of the Teleseminar.

Sign up now for A Stronger Mindset for Life’s Challenges at


Dr. Tuckman is a regular instructor at and these classes of his can be found in the ADD Audio Library.

  • A Stronger Mindset for Life’s Challenges
  • Acceptance is Empowering: Control What You Can, Let Go of the Rest
  • Adult ADHD and Building Self Esteem
  • Applying the Science of Time Management
  • Ask the Experts about Procrastination, Productivity and Persistence
  • Coping Mechanisms that Work (and Don’t Work) for Adults with ADHD
  • Everything You Wanted to Know About ADD/ADHD But Forgot To Ask
  • Expert Answers to Motivation, Productivity and Success
  • From De-Motivated to Motivated
  • Fundamental Strategies to Overcome Inattention, Hyperactivity, and Impulsivity
  • Grab the Reins: ADHD is an Explanation, Not an Excuse
  • How the ADHD Brain Works: Strategies for Executive Function Weaknesses
  • Overcome the Triple Threat: ADHD, Anxiety, and Depression
  • Real Motivation for Real Change
  • Relationship Balance When One Person Has ADHD
  • To Tell or Not to Tell: Self-Disclosure, Relationships, and Self-Esteem
  • Understand Your Brain, Get More Done
  • Understanding the Science of Time Management

    1 Response to "Dr. Ari Tuckman and the ADHD Mindset"

    • george

      i am a recovering addict and 10 years sober , my first year i was on meds and the doctor kept raising my dose that i became suicidal and i had to get off and never would consider taking it again , i see doctors dont know how to dose a patient….
      i would love to find a path to change my thinking, drives e crazy sometimes.

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