Neurodiversity Podcast

A podcast by Emily Kircher-Morris

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225 Episodes

  1. Experiential Therapy: Less Talk & More Action

    Published: 5/17/2024
  2. Bridging Brains and Hearts: Trauma and Neurodiversity

    Published: 5/9/2024
  3. Decoding ADHD in Children: Early Diagnosis, Leveraging Strengths

    Published: 5/2/2024
  4. Phases & Stages: Executive Function Growth Throughout Life

    Published: 4/25/2024
  5. Beyond the Page: Empowering Young Minds

    Published: 4/19/2024
  6. Unlocking the Power of Neurodiversity in STEM

    Published: 4/12/2024
  7. Ask Me Anything #8 with Emily Kircher-Morris

    Published: 4/4/2024
  8. Parenting Self-Care: Looking Out for Number One

    Published: 3/28/2024
  9. Declarative Language: A New Strategy for Neurodivergent Communication

    Published: 3/21/2024
  10. Challenging What We Know About Autism and PDA

    Published: 3/14/2024
  11. Education for Everyone Through Universal Design for Learning

    Published: 3/7/2024
  12. A Quest For Meaningful Relationships

    Published: 2/29/2024
  13. Not a Disease: Understanding Autism as Difference

    Published: 2/22/2024
  14. Challenging the Status Quo in the Classroom and Beyond

    Published: 2/15/2024
  15. Turning Neurodiversity Barriers Into Benefits

    Published: 2/8/2024
  16. Dani Donovan on Motivation, Procrastination, and Her Viral Memes

    Published: 2/1/2024
  17. Ask Me Anything #7 with Emily Kircher-Morris

    Published: 1/25/2024
  18. The Tricky Transition From High School to Higher Ed

    Published: 1/18/2024
  19. Unique Learning Challenges of Neurodivergent Brains

    Published: 1/11/2024
  20. Creating and Fostering Autonomy and Motivation

    Published: 1/4/2024

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The Neurodiversity Podcast talks with leaders in the fields of psychology, education, and beyond, about positively impacting neurodivergent people. Our goal is to reframe differences that were once considered disabilities or disorders, promote awareness of this unique population, and improve the lives of neurodivergent and high-ability people.