Living well with ADHD
"Books on ADHD have tended to define the disorder, offer checklists, and suggest general coping strategies. Some of them appear to give readers the false hope that they can become like the 95.6 percent of adults who don't have the diagnosis. Living Well with ADHD provides the reader with a new way of conceptualizing the neurological differences, and the effects of those differences, in a way that points the reader in a direction and inspires hope and opportunity. It emphasizes how to live responsibly and skillfully with ADHD. It is based on the real-world, personal and clinical experiences of a psychotherapist and founder of an enduring and popular ADHD support group. Bringing together life-changing strategies and insights into a single empowering book, Living Well with ADHD presents the ultimate synergism of best insights from the scientific literature, thousands of hours of the author's personal observations of psychotherapy clients, a decade of leading ADHD support groups and couples workshops, years of studying and practicing meditation, and the author's personal experience of living with ADHD. Living Well with ADHD also; Offers a print alternative for adults with ADHD who could benefit from psychotherapy and support-group meetings, but who may not have access to them; Presents invaluable insights and information to psychotherapists and other professionals who are not ADHD specialists, but who regularly encounter, in their practices, individuals with the disorder; • Provides a helpful perspective to relationship partners and family members of adults with ADHD"--
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|Location||Call Number /
|Geneva Public Library||618.92 HUF (Text)
Second Floor Nonfiction