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Hello, everyone. Welcome to The Testing Psychologist podcast, the podcast where we talk all about the business and practice of psychological and neuropsychological assessment. I’m your host, Dr. Jeremy Sharp, licensed psychologist, group practice owner, and private practice coach.

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All right y’all, welcome back to The Testing Psychologist podcast. It’s good to be back with you as always.

Today is a very short episode- more of an announcement really than an actual episode. And the topic that I’m announcing is an upcoming series on ADHD. Over the next 2 to 3 months, I’m going to be releasing a series of bite-size episodes on different topics related to ADHD.

As we all know, ADHD is a relatively complex topic. The literature is ever-evolving when it comes to ADHD. So I’m going to do my best to tackle some of the major questions that come up related to ADHD, some concerns, some areas of interest, and hopefully deliver some helpful information that is as accurate as possible. With the literature always being updated, I’m going to do my best to stay on top of the most recent stuff and deliver quality information.

If you are someone who has ADHD or works with kids or adults with ADHD, the hope is that you’ll be able to tune in on Mondays over the next 2 to 3 months, and get some brief but powerful info about ADHD and various aspects of it.

A few of the topics that I’m going to cover in the upcoming weeks here most immediately on the calendar are things like the role of exercise in managing ADHD, the overlap of executive functioning and ADHD, I’m going to do a little episode on hyper-focusing; What is that? And how does it relate to ADHD? And a little bit of a commentary on, is ADHD real or just a product of our modern society, attention economy, etc. Many topics will come beyond that, but those are the ones coming up here most immediately on the calendar over the next few weeks. So hopefully they’ll sound interesting.

Like I said, stay tuned. If you have not subscribed to the podcast, now’s a great time to do it. Make sure to grab all of these upcoming ADHD episodes.

These are going to stand in as the clinical episodes for the next few months. I’ll still be doing business episodes as well. So make sure to keep a lookout for those.

If you are a practice owner and you’d like to get some support and guidance in launching or growing or managing your private practice, I would love for you to reach out about a Testing Psychologist Mastermind Group. I run three tiers of mastermind groups based on your practice development. There’s beginner, there’s intermediate, and there’s advanced. So something for everyone at each stage of practice development. Cohorts are continually enrolling. I just start a new group when I have enough folks to do so.

I would love to chat with you if you’d like some group support and accountability. That’s the main thing. There’s lots of accountability in these groups. You will get homework. We will push you to actually solve some of your problems. It’s not just a support group. So if you would like to talk more about that, you can go to thetestingpsychologist.com/consulting and book a pre-group call. We’ll check it out and see if it’s a good fit.

All right, y’all. I will leave you with that. And as I said, tune in on upcoming Mondays for this ADHD series.

All right. Take care.

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