Mindful Solutions For Adults With ADD and ADHD (Audio)

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In this MP3 album, Lidia Zylowska, M.D., a psychiatrist leading the wave of integrating mindfulness into ADHD treatment, takes you through what mindfulness is, how to better understand your ADHD, and guides you through short mindfulness practices.

Audio Runs: 1 Hour 44 Minutes – Downloadable (MP3)

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Format: Audio Download (MP3)

Duration: 1:43:50

In this MP3 album, Lidia Zylowska, M.D., a psychiatrist leading the wave of integrating mindfulness into ADHD treatment, takes you through what mindfulness is, how to better understand your ADHD, and guides you through short mindfulness practices. These practices can strengthen attention, improve self-awareness, develop self-compassion and help manage difficult emotions. This is an excellent introduction to experiencing mindfulness in a gradual way and incorporating it into one’s life with ADHD.

About the Author:  Dr. Zylowska is a board-certified psychiatrist, educator and a co-founder of the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center. Dr. Zylowska led the study of Mindful Awareness Practices for ADHD teens and adults, published in J of Attention Disorder, 2008. She is also an author of “The Mindfulness Prescription for Adult ADHD” book which was named by CHADD “The 2012 Most Innovative Program”. In her private practice located in the Silicon Valley area, Dr. Zylowska incorporates mindful awareness to help adults with ADHD strengthen their self-regulation skills.

“I invite you to explore this new way of being with yourself and your ADHD. Mindful awareness can help you manage your ADHD with increased awareness, compassion and choice. It all begins with bringing curiosity to the present moment, anytime and anywhere…the moments you love your ADHD and the moments ADHD gets in your way”.

– Lidia Zylowska, M.D.

4 reviews for Mindful Solutions For Adults With ADD and ADHD (Audio)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Molly

    I got these separately, but they work better together. These taught me that Mindfulness is just being really aware of what you’re feeling and doing, it’s not just sitting there going Ommm.

    The Sleep video is good because it helped me understand why I have trouble sleeping, and the Mindfulness stuff I learned helps me relax and unwind at night. If I wake up in the middle of the night, I can understand why, and breathe myself back to sleep in about 10 minutes.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Diane

    I am an ADHD Coach who is always looking for more information to help my clients and myself. I thought I knew a lot about sleep but this video covered all kinds of sleep issues and disorders that I didn’t even think of as a big deal. The information is well organized and easy to understand. As usual, Rick adds some real life drama that makes it interesting to watch. You don’t have to have ADHD to benefit from this video. I think everyone who has a hard time sleeping or even oversleeping needs to watch this video. The 6 suggestions given to sleep better, are very insightful and helpful. If you have little children, this video can help you establish great markers to help them sleep well throughout their lives. I highly recommend ADDeep Sleep.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Molly

    I never could do meditation before, because I can’t sit still. But this video and audio are different. They tell you that you don’t have to sit still. You just have to be really aware of what you’re doing and thinking and feeling.

    I like that there’s a video part to explain it, and an audio part that I can listen to on my iPod when I’m out walking or at work.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    J.W.

    I actually felt calmer, clearer and more focused after watching this video. Now, whenever I feel my brain racing or thinking of everything other then what I am presently doing, I go through these mindful suggestions and feel myself getting back to my present place. I highly recommend watching it and practise paying attention to being in the moment.

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