Archived Events

2022 International Conference on ADHD

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Nov. 17-19, 2022, join me and so many others at the 2022 Annual International Conference on ADHD — the largest ADHD event of the year! I’ll be speaking on “Understanding the Obstacles to Self-Awareness via Dr. Russell Barkley’s Executive Function Construct,” and I’m excited to check out more than 90 other presentations, workshops, networking opportunities, and so much more. The pandemic has been quite a challenge, but we’re starting to get back to our old ways. To that end, this year;s conference will be a HYBRID… BOTH on site in Dallas, Texas, and online.. Register today:  https://digcoaching.com/conf2022/

TADD Talks 2022

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During October’s ADHD Awareness Month, you’ll see a ton of information about ADHD everywhere. Most of it is about kids, but ADDA is just for adults. And when you do find information, who knows what’s accurate and what’s not? That’s why ADDA created the TADD Talk program. TADD Talks are short – just 9 minutes.  TADD Talks bring the best experts in adult ADHD together and each expert gives a TADD Talk. I’m thrilled to give one of their now-famous TADD Talks, and on October 4, 2022, I’ll be sharing “Executive Functioning: The Devil is in the Details,” alongside experts like Linda Roggli, Dr. Ari Tuckman, Linda Walker, Inger Shaye Colzie, Monica Hassell, Casey Dixon, Dr. Mark Bertin, Dr. Roberto Olivardia, Dr. Lidia Zylowska, Nikki Kinzer, and more! Sign up right now to receive your daily dose of TADD Talk Story greatness. www.digcoaching.com/tadd/

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Jeff Copper appears on David Greenwood’s podcast, Overcoming Distractions, to talk about how executive function plays a role in planning, organization, priorities, and more. They talk about how that many aspects of our lives impact getting things done, that not having clarity is a recipe for procrastination and unnecessary stress. Jeff also offers tips on how to avoid panic mode. Check it out: https://digcoaching.com/od149.

2022 TEFOS

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Join me and dozens of other experts for The Executive Function Online Summit (TEFOS) August 5-7, 2022. Learn unconventional,  incredibly practical tools for your child’s executive function, parenting, ADHD, autism, anxiety, learning differences, giftedness, (2E) twice-exceptional learners, neurodiversity, emotional regulation, and social challenges. Plant the seed for your child’s successful school year with core strategies you can implement right away. Give your child a brighter future. Sign up for our Free 3-Day Immersion with experts who “get” your child. SIGN UP NOW FOR FREE! www.digcoaching.com/tefos2022/

2022 Parents Palooza

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Join me and Terry Matlen at the 2022 Parents Palooza July 28, 2022, as we present “Hypersensitivity: What’s Really Going On?” Hosted by my colleague Linda Roggli of the ADDiva Network, and Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster from ImpactParents.com, the ADHD Parents’ Palooza is three full days of 16 video interviews about sleep issues, hypersensitivity, lying and cheating, ADHD and autism, inattentive ADHD, gender issues, girls with ADHD, siblings, school and legal help, and so much more. IT’S FREE. REGISTER NOW:  https://digcoaching.com/pp2022/

 

2-Part Series: How are you sabotaging yourself in dealing with ADHD?

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Are you sabotaging yourself in dealing with ADHD? Yes, you are. In fact, all of us with ADHD are doing it. You may be using strategies on time management, organization, or getting things done, BUT if those strategies aren’t working, you are missing the essential basics. Jeff Copper was a guest on Dr. David Pomeroy’s ADHD Focus Podcast, talking about how to break the habits that are holding you back and how to develop awareness of your choices. You don’t have to surrender to outside influences or to your past.  Listen and learn in this two-part series!
Part 1:  https://digcoaching.com/pom728
Part 2:  https://digcoaching.com/pom802

Effective Support Strategies for Students Part 2

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Listen to Part 2 of Jeff Copper’s interview by Simon Currigan on his School Behaviour Secrets podcast, titled “Effective Support Strategies for Students with ADHD,” the sequel to last week’s podcast discussing how different aspects of ADHD affect a child’s ability to integrate into the classroom, giving practical examples to elicit empathy, and sharing strategies teachers can use to support pupils in class. LISTEN NOW:  www.digcoaching.com/adhd-support-pt-2/

How do we “own” our ADHD?

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What is the difference between knowing about ADHD and owning our ADHD? If we as adults with ADHD are going to thrive in life and in professional settings, we have to understand how to own our ADHD. It’s important for us to understand our individual ADHD, as well as how our brain operates. It is equally important for those with ADHD to be able to take charge. In this episode of Overcoming Distractions Podcast, David Greenwood interviews Jeff Copper about what it takes to actually be in charge of your ADHD and take ownership of it. https://digcoaching.com/owning-adhd

Effective Support Strategies for Students Part 1

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Listen to Jeff Copper’s interview by Simon Currigan on his School Behaviour Secrets podcast, titled “Effective Support Strategies for Students with ADHD (Part 1).” They talk about how the different aspects of ADHD affect a child’s ability to integrate into the classroom and share practical examples to elicit empathy, as well as simple strategies teachers can use to support pupils in class. LISTEN NOW:  www.digcoaching.com/adhd-support-pt-1/

ICF Neurodiversity Inclusion in Coaching

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ADHD coach Jeff Copper has been invited to participate as one of four panelists in the Neurodiversity Inclusion in Coaching event sponsored by International Coaching Federation (ICF). Neurodiversity includes ADHD, autism, anxiety, dyslexia, and other neurological conditions. This panel discussion will be significant because some coaches worldwide are not equipped to serve neurodiverse clients even with such a wide range of neurodisabilities. The session takes place May 10, 2022, at Noon EDT. Registration is available to ICF members only. Learn more at https://digcoaching.com/icw-neurodiversity/

The Coach’s Compass Podcast

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Catch Jeff Copper’s interview by Clark Luby on his podcast, “The Coach’s Compass,” as he shares his story of growing up with dyslexia and a learning disability, facing challenges associated with both conditions on a daily basis that are very similar to those of someone who has ADD/ADHD or attention challenges. He understands the challenges and chaos of living a “normal” life that is different from your peers. Listen to his story here: www.digcoaching.com/coach-compass/

Embrace Miscellaneous Organization for Your Ideas

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Check out Jeff Copper’s article in CHADD’s April 2022 edition of Attention Magazine on “Embrace Miscellaneous Organization for Your Ideas.”  Organization can be pretty, but it doesn’t have to be. Even if the system looks ugly, it doesn’t mean you are not organized. If you can find what you’re looking for, you are organized. The article was written in the hope that adults with ADHD would feel validated and finally give themselves permission to acknowledge they are, in fact, organized.  www.digcoaching.com/attention-42022

ADHD Power Tools: Anatomy of Organization

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Got ADHD? Want to know how to get organized or how to find a system that works? In this episode of ADHD Power Tools, Ali Idriss, Brooke Schnittman, and special guest Jeff Copper discuss the anatomy of organization! (https://digcoaching.com/anatomy-of-organization).

7 Insights Into the ADHD Brain That Transform Lives

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ADDitude Magazine/WebMD.com presents a FREE LIVE WEBINAR with attention and ADHD coach Jeff Copper on Tuesday, February 22, 2022, at 1:00 pm ET, on “7 Insights Into the ADHD Brain That Transform Lives.”  These life-changing insights have helped many individuals to find solutions to their deepest attention challenges. Learn the 2-step process of organization, why thinking is harder than feeling, how managing tasks is not the same as managing task characteristics, and so much more. Register now to find your AHA!  https://digcoaching.com/7-brain-insights/

ADHD Power Tools: Prioritization: Task Darwinism

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ADHD and attention coach Jeff Copper talks about prioritization and task Darwinism in this video on ADHD Power Tools with Ali Idriss and Brooke Schnittman, discussing why you’re not doing the things you need to do.  (https://digcoaching.com/task-darwinism/)

Don’t Try Harder, Try Different

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Check out the interview of Jeff Copper in a blogpost by Judy Brenis on Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) on Acceptance and Change, titled “Don’t Try Harder, Try Different.” Jeff talks about issues those with ADHD have in seeing their natural patterns of attention and getting to out-of-the-box thinking.  https://digcoaching.com/try-different/

ADHD Power Tools: Clarity & Motivation

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ADHD and attention coach Jeff Copper talks with Ali Idriss and Brooke Schnittman (https://digcoaching.com/clarity-motivation/) on ADHD Power Tools about the relationships between uncertainty and avoidance, clarity and motivation, and the root cause of ADHD challenges. When people are drowning in a sea of strategies, the difference that helps is just knowing a lot about ADHD and owning it.

Activating Your Plans and Getting Stuff Done with ADHD

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Jeff Copper appears once again on David A. Greenwood’s Overcoming Distractions podcast, talking about “Activating Your Plans and Getting Stuff Done with ADHD.” Jeff talks about activating the steps to achieve your goals or just specific tasks. Sometimes it’s as simple as getting the house clean or embarking on a work project. But for most of us who tend to be distracted, a plan is necessary. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST HERE

 

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, What’s So Scary About It All?

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ADHD coach Jeff Copper will be presenting “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, What’s So Scary about It All?” sponsored by CHADD of Nassau County  on Tuesday, January 11, at 7:30 pm ET for their monthly workshop presentation! Jeff will talk about the conflicting relationship between emotional self-regulation and self-awareness to look at the problem beneath the problem. It just might provide the insight you need to move forward.  Register here: https://digcoaching.com/nassau-chadd/

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, What’s So Scary About It All?

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ADHD coach Jeff Copper will be presenting “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, What’s So Scary about It All?” at the Manhattan Adult ADD Support Group  on Tuesday, December 7, at 7 pm ET for their monthly workshop presentation! Jeff will talk about the conflicting relationship between emotional self-regulation and self-awareness to look at the problem beneath the problem. It just might provide the insight you need to move forward. It’s a virtual meeting, so no need to get dressed to go out, and all are welcome! Register here: https://digcoaching.com/maaddsg/