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Podcast & Radio Interviews

Podcasts

A Bus full of ADHDers with Bonnie Mincu, ADD ReWired, Interview with Eric Tivers,
September 5, 2017

Organizing Styles and Adult ADD / ADHD, Support Talk Radio, Interview with Tara McGillicuddy,
June 20, 2017

Expectations, Shoulds and Adult ADD / ADHD, Support Talk Radio, Interview with Tara McGillicuddy,
May 1, 2017

Shame & Avoidance Cycle with Adult ADD / ADHD, Support Talk Radio, Interview with Tara McGillicuddy,
April 23, 2017


Live Talk Radio Interviews:

  • The Frankie Boyar Show – syndicated to 8 stations – Frankie Boyar, host – several appearances over 6 months, 2004
  • KTAR, Phoenix – Jim Sharpe, host, Jan 19, 2004
  • WLW, Cincinnatti – Jim Scott, host, Jan 26, 2004

In Published Media:

Online:

How to Find the Right ADHD Coach for You , Psychcentral.com blog, Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.,June 7, 2018

Adults with ADHD: How I Overcome My Biggest Challenges to Get Things Done , Psychcentral.com blog, Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.,July 3, 2017

7 Ways to Clear Out Clutter When You Have ADHD, Psychcentral.com blog, Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S., June 6, 2017

ADHD & Adults: More Tips for Creating Structure When Your Job Has None, Psychcentral.com blog, Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S., April 16, 2017

ADHD & Adults: How to Create a Routine When You Don’t Have a 9 to 5, Psychcentral.com blog, Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S., March 29, 2017

Is It a Case of Adult ADD or Overwork, New York Daily News, Jordan Lite, September 11, 2011

Print:

“Ask the Coach” –  Columnist for The ADHD Challenge bi-monthly print newsletter, 2002-2003

Contributor to book, The ADHD Awareness Project created by Laurie Dupar, 2011, 2012, 2014

TRAINING & WORKSHOPS – See the PROGRAMS section for her extensive training and workshops on ADD / ADHD-related topics.

PRESENTATIONSClick here for Bonnie Mincu’s public speaking and conference presentations.

In the Blog

Stuck at home with ADHD learn Zoom

Stuck at home with ADHD

“Life on pause?” Take advantage of the extra time It seems right now as if the world has stopped. It’s March 2020 and we’re confined to home, keeping social distance, flattening the curve of covid-19.  In most places, even if you could go out, everywhere you’d want to go is closed.  Stuck at home with Read post.

Working from home with ADHD

The coronavirus forces sudden adjustments It’s March, 2020, and the coronavirus is day by day increasing its impact on our everyday lives.  As an ADHD Coach, I hear firsthand how the spreading virus is affecting my clients in all sorts of industries. Many employees accustomed to going to work each day are suddenly forced to Read post.

Imposter Syndrome is common with ADHD; you feel like a fraud.

ADHD and Feel Like a Fraud

Imposter Syndrome with ADD / ADHD   “I rarely complete a task as well as I wish I had.” “Sometimes I’m afraid my co-workers will discover how unskilled I actually am.” Are you constantly questioning your own success or often fear that someone will “find you out”? If you have ADD / ADHD and you frequently Read post.