In this episode of the TiLT Parenting Podcast, I talk with Anders Ronnau, a master coach, hypnotherapist, trainer, and writer, and the ADHD coach behind the Transforming ADHD Movement. Anders is the leading ADHD coach in Denmark, and for the past seven years has been teaching both parenting programs and been an ADHD coach trainer. He recently launched his online community and business, Transforming ADHD.

Anders has a unique approach to working with his clients, who are anywhere from six years old to adults, and I was really intrigued to learn more about his work and find out what its implications are for our children. His focus is on development his client’s cognitive skills and behaviors to help them be better at managing their time, focus, and temperament, as well as rebuilding their self-worth.


About Anders: Anders Ronnau is fiercely committed to helping children, teenagers, and adults transform their ADHD through cognitive enhancement, and inspire them to become extra-ordinary with their unique gifts and talents. His focus is on developing his clients’ cognitive skills, in order to help them become better at managing their time, focus and temper, as well as rebuilding their self-worth. He works with clients from 6 years old and up. Only recently has he translated his work into English as articles, videos, and online courses. You can find a special video for TiLT Parenting listeners along with a bunch of free resources at



  • A look at whether or not positive behavior systems work in the long-term for kids with ADH
  • How to gain access to the inner world of a child
  • How “externalization” helps change behavior
  • Why a differently-wired person’s inner negative self-talk is their biggest hurdle as they get older
  • Ander’s tips for things parents can do at home to help their kids
  • How the magic question—What were you trying to do?—allows us to reach out with curiosity instead of blame or anger





Do you have an idea for an upcoming episode? We’d LOVE to hear from you. Please share your thoughts in our Suggestion Box!

And if you have any other feedback or thoughts you’d like to share, feel free to leave a comment below or send us a note directly through our Connect form.

If you liked this episode and know of others who would find value in the information, please use the social media share buttons below to help spread the word.

Lastly, if you are so willing, I encourage you to leave an honest review for the TiLT Parenting Podcast over on iTunes. Reviews are very important for helping podcasts find their audiences, and we would love your support in helping us find ours!

To subscribe to the podcast so you don’t miss a single episode, you can do so on iTunes here and SoundCloud here.

Related Episodes

Episode 22: Behind the Scenes of, the Resource for Parents Whose Children Have Learning & Attention Issues One of my favorite parts about producing the TiLT Parenting Podcast is that I get to learn about fantastic resources devoted to supporting parents rai...
Episode 48: A Conversation with Debbie About Surviving the Transition to (a.k.a. the First Year of) Homeschooling Today is another special solocast episode of the TiLT Parenting Podcast—which basically means that rather than have a guest on the show or talking wit...
Episode 31: The Unique Challenges of Raising a Differently-Wired Child of Color, with Tarice Gray In this episode of the TiLT Parenting Podcast, I talk with journalist, editor, and mother Tarice Gray. I wanted to bring Tarice on the podcast after r...

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This