ADHD: Managing Your Emotions and Everyone Else’s… UGH!   

An Interview with Jeff Copper of Attention Talk Radio

If you realize the challenge that emotions play in your or your child’s life, this is a show you won’t want to miss.

In this interview, Jeff Copper and I discuss the importance of practicing calm, and it’s benefits for you, and your child.

Calm really works. It is powerful. When we can first calm down, we can engage differently.

If you find yourself feeling agitated, or repeatedly frustrated with the same issues, it may be that an appropriate boundary is not set.

Learn how practicing calm helps you to set, and stick to boundaries that you are comfortable with, and feel good about.

Calm is your Power.


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Stress and Executive Function

Breaking Through the Fatigue Wall – Stress & Executive Function: On the Right Road with Paula Phillips

I recently had such a meaningful discussion with Paula Phillips from On the Right Road regarding stress and executive function and its effect on learning, and motivation. After a year of pandemic living and online learning, a whole lot of kids (and adults) have been hitting a “fatigue wall”. There are many related reasons, but in general, the “wall” has to do with the executive function part of our brains. Listen to the Podcast below to learn how stress effects … Read more

ICF Certification by Becoming an ADHD Parent Coach

ICF Certification by Becoming an ADHD Parent Coach

We are thrilled to announce that you can now work toward obtaining your ICF Certification by Becoming an ADHD Parent Coach through PTS Coaching and the Center for Coaching Certification!   Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M., ADHD-CCSP and Cathy Liska of the Center for Coaching Certification have collaborated to create a pathway toward ICF Certification and ICF ACC designation. You can pursue your ICF Certification by Becoming an ADHD Parent Coach through PTS Coaching.   By completing their trainings you will have … Read more


Attention Talk Radio with Jeff Cooper: ADHD: Parents, Teens, Trust, and Emotional Regulation

Cindy was interviewed by Jeff Copper on Attention Talk Radio. From the Blog Talk Radio website: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder creates an interesting dynamic, especially between parents and teens or young adults. At its core it is often an element of trust or distrust that creates either cooperation or conflict. In this episode of Attention Talk Radio ADHD coach Jeff Copper interviews ADHD parent coach Cindy Goldrich ( in an open conversation on this dynamic, as well as observations, insights, … Read more

ADHD Pathways to Success

ADHD Pathways to Success: On The Right Road with Paula Phillips

Cindy interviewed by Paula Phillips of the ‘On The Right Road’ podcast on the Voice America network. … Join Paula and her expert guest for this wonderfully helpful program that will take a heartfelt, in-depth look at ADHD and provide tons of insights and tips that will be of support to all affected… Whether you’re a parent or teacher, this will be an hour that will make a difference in your life, in the lives of your children and students, … Read more

Dr. Ned Hallowell smooth transition ADHD

Dr. Hallowell: Podcast Making a Smooth Back-to-School Transition

Cindy interviewed by Dr. Ned Hallowell on the Distraction Podcast. …In the first half of the episode Dr. Hallowell speaks with ADHD parent coach, Cindy Goldrich, about parenting the child you have, and ways to get all kids back into the swing of things. They talk about goal setting, not just for the kids, but for the parents too!… Link to the episode on the Distraction Podcast:

CoreBrain Journal: ADHD Parenting Evolves: Strategy Matters with Dr. Charles Parker

Cindy was interviewed by Dr. Charles Parker on the CoreBrain Journal Podcast. From the CoreBrain Journal website: “…Cindy Goldrich, Roslyn Hts., NY – provides ADHD Parenting skills as a Coach and Teacher Trainer. She creates a calm, more compliant environment, establishes realistic rules and expectations, reduces homework stress, and improves problem-solving, and self-advocacy skills. She also provides education and support so kids can Thrive, not just Survive. Listen in to her comments on parenting and on her opinions and experiences with … Read more

Faster Than Normal Interview about ADHD

Peter Shankman – Faster Than Normal: Pills Don’t Teach Skills

I am proud of my new interview with Peter Shankman on his Faster Than Normal podcast, Pills Don’t Teach Skills. We had a great conversation about a range of topics related to Kids, Parents, and Teachers in working with the challenges of ADHD and Executive Function deficits.  It starts off with the debate about using the label “deficit”!. I would love to hear your thoughts about the podcast.  The direct link to the podcast show is here: