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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

No ADHD shame - practicing self-care

With ADHD shame, words matter

How to change your words and banish ADHD shame What you say defines you. Not just to others, but to yourself.  When guilt, embarrassment, or ‘not enoughness’ of ADHD slip into your conversation, you transmit insecurity and shame. Worse, you reinforce that message to yourself. But if you pause just long enough to reconsider and Read post.

Surviving Zoomland with adhd

Surviving Zoomland with ADHD

How to stay professional on screen at home If you read my earlier blog post about Zoom with ADHD, you know how Zoom has allowed us to go from in-person meetings to entirely virtual workplaces. But what I didn’t mention was the challenge a disembodied group on the screen can present for an ADHD brain. Read post.

ADHD Strategies during Corona-time

Weird things I learned about myself from covid-19 This “life on pause” during corona-time has certainly been a time of disruption. Living in New York, I’ve been essentially in lock-down at home for almost 7 weeks now. Since I’d been running my business online from home for the last 20 years, I’d assumed that covid-19 Read post.