Penny Williams

"kids & family" • "health & fitness"

Penny Williams reveals her powerful parenting strategies, ADHD management tips, and hard-won wisdom so you can get ahead of the curve, to parent your child with ADHD successfully. Penny has been where you are and understands the hurdles blocking your way to successful parenting. Gain the ability toRead more

Popular episodes

PAP 136: Turning Learning Challenges Into Lifelong Achievements, with Laura Reber

Jul 21 • 33:00

ADHD creates many hurdles to academic success, most often in the way of lagging executive functioning skills. It takes an ADHD-informed caregiver, coach, or tutor to truly help a student with learning challenges that stem from ADHD. And it’s also important to know when to keep challenging and when a student needs the pressure released. In this episode of the Parenting ADHD...

PAP 135: A Behavior System that Works! with Penny Williams and Sarah Wayland, Ph.D.

Jul 16 • 51:01

We don’t want to change who our kids are, but we do want them to feel empowered to function well in our neurotypical world so they can build a fulfilling life for themselves. And the only way to do that is to see behavior as communication, understand the biology that triggers challenging behavior, and implement a systematic approach that uses those foundations as it’s core...

PAP 134: Helping Kids with the Impact of the Pandemic on Learning & Mental Health, with Amanda Morin

Jul 8 • 31:26

The COVID pandemic has been hard on almost everyone in one way or another. It has changed us, and it has certainly changed our kids. conducted a survey to get a clearer picture of how the pandemic has impacted kids who are different learners and different thinkers, like kids with ADHD. On this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I welcome back Amanda Mori...

PAP 133: Helping Picky Eaters with Sarah Appleman, MS, OTR/L

Jul 1 • 29:22

Neurodivergent kids can often be picky eaters. And parents of picky eaters worry about their child’s health and wellness when their list of approved foods is very narrow and limited. However, there are things you can do to help picky eaters broaden their food horizon that don’t include bartering and threats (which don’t work anyway). In this episode of the Parenting ADHD P...

PAP 132: Helping Kids Thrive in Middle School, with Phyllis Fagell, LCPC

Jun 24 • 35:31

Middle school is hard. There’s lots of development during that time, and lots of insecurity. All kids are struggling, but kids with ADHD have an additional level of difficulty when it comes to the social and emotional challenges of being a tween. In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, certified professional school counselor, Phyllis Fagell, shares her strategies on...

PAP 131: Self and Social Regulation Using the Zones of Regulation, with Elizabeth Sautter, MA, CCC

Jun 17 • 37:04

Teaching self-regulation can be tricky, especially with impulsive kids with ADHD who are often lagging in skills like social and emotional intelligence and self-awareness. In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I’m talking with Elizabeth Sautter about the Zones of Regulation, a tool and curriculum designed to teach kids of all ages to reflect on how their body is f...

PAP 130: Sensory Processing 101, with Carol Stock Kranowitz

Jun 10 • 36:21

Sensory processing is how we react to the world through our eight senses (yes, 8!). If you have a child with ADHD and/or autism, your child has some sensory challenges. I am thrilled to have the author of THE sensory guidebook, “The Out-of-Sync Child,” Carol Stock Kanowitz share a primer on sensory processing and how it affects our kids’ behavior. In this episode of the Pa...

PAP 129: When Being Positive Actually Becomes Negative, with Penny Williams

May 27 • 21:10

Positive parenting is the foundation of the parenting approach I teach neurodiverse families. It is, by far, the most effective approach for kids with ADHD and/or autism. And yet, too much positivity can actually send the wrong message to our kids, and ourselves. Acting like things are all sunshine and roses when they’re clearly not, makes kids think we don’t see them and ...

PAP 128: Identifying & Accommodating Slow Processing Speed, with Ellen Braaten, Ph.D.

May 21 • 35:48

Slow processing speed is common among individuals with ADHD. It can affect everything from responding when someone talks to you, to not getting classwork finished, to struggling in social interactions. A child can struggle with visual, motor or verbal processing, or any combination of the bunch. In this episode of the Parenting ADHD podcast, Dr. Ellen Braaten shares how to...

PAP 127: Check Your Judgement, with Penny Williams

May 13 • 19:09
We are creatures of habit, and one of the habits that seems to be part of our human DNA is judgement. Specifically, the judgement of others. We formulate a first impression of someone — i.e., a judgement — in one-tenth of a second. And we do the same to our kids. That’s right, we are judging our children constantly. Yes, there is an element of necessity; I’m not contesting...

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