May We Introduce You To: Jeff Copper, Host of Attention Talk Radio
by Lee Gehrls R&D Coordinator (Volunteer)
Podcasts on ADHD seem to go together well as a learning tool and Jeff Copper, who is the host and founder of Attention Talk Radio, is proof of that.
Attention Talk Radio currently offers 616 episodes of interviews and discussions with many familiar names and professionals in the field of ADHD and gives you the opportunity to learn from new experts too. Jeff’s weekly broadcasts cover a wide variety of topics on ADHD and ADD for adults and for adults who have kids who have ADHD.
Jeff is a trained life coach. He is a graduate from the Coach Training Institute (CTI) and the ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA) as well as being a member of the faculty at the ADD Coach Academy. Jeff is a founding board member of PAAC where he helped to write the competencies that are currently used today in evaluating ADHD coaches.
Jeff is a member of:
- Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA)
- Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)
- ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO)
- Professional Association for ADHD Coaches (PAAC)
- ADD Resources
- International Coach Federation
- He remains involved in the ADD/ADHD coaching industry and has professional recognition from the International Coaches Federation (ICF) and the Professional Association for ADHD Coaches. He is certified by the ADD Coach Academy and the Coaches Training Institute.
Jeff is the founder of DIG Coaching Practice – Excavating the Aha! Daily, and his website gives you information on all of the services he offers. Here’s a brief overview:
- Coaching services – for individual, entrepreneurs, support for other coaches, or a self-study program
- Blogs, podcasts, videos
- Current events and past events in his archive
- Other organizations & resources to check out
- Attention Talk News – a newsletter you may subscribe to
- Attention Talk Radio
- Attention Talk Videos
- A new eBook – “ADHD: the Gift of Hope” where Jeff has brought together his interviews with Dr. Russell Barkley and Dr. Ned Hallowell to explore how they both approach ADHD, to take a look at their viewpoints, and explore their similarities. To quote from the book, “In the end, they both agree, ADHD isn’t a gift you’d give; however, if you have ADHD, there is the Gift of Hope.”
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