Books in Print

  • You Mean I’m not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?
    Kate Kelly & Peggy Ramundo
    This book is the first of its kind written for adults with ADD by adults with ADD and focuses on the experiences of adults, offering updated information, practical and moral support to help readers deal with ADD. It also explains the diagnostic process that distinguishes ADD symptoms from normal lapses in memory, lack of concentration or impulsive behavior.
  • Driven to Distraction: Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder from Childhood to Adulthood
    Edward M. Hallowell & John J. Ratey
    Through vivid stories and case histories of patients—both adults and children—Hallowell and Ratey explore the varied forms ADHD takes, from hyperactivity to daydreaming. They dispel common myths, offer helpful coping tools, and give a thorough accounting of all treatment options as well as tips for dealing with a diagnosed child, partner, or family member. But most importantly, they focus on the positives that can come with this “disorder”—including high energy, intuitiveness, creativity, and enthusiasm.
  • Answers to Distraction
    Edward M. Hallowell & John J. Ratey
    Drs. Hallowell and Ratey answer the questions most frequently asked at their workshops and seminars, resulting in an easy-to-read reference that covers every aspect of ADD: from identifying symptoms and diagnosis, to the latest treatment options, as well as practical day-to-day advice on how you or a loved one can live a normal life with ADD.
  • Delivered from Distraction
    Edward M. Hallowell & John J. Ratey
    In this new book, Drs. Edward M. Hallowell and John J. Ratey build on the breakthroughs of Driven to Distraction to offer a comprehensive and entirely up-to-date guide to living a successful life with ADD. Delivered from Distraction is a wise, loving guide to releasing the positive energy that all people with ADD hold inside. If you have ADD or care about someone who does, this is book is a recommended read.
  • Women with Attention Deficit Disorder
    Sari Solden
    Sari Solden’s groundbreaking study reveals that ADD affects just as many women as men, and that the resulting depression, disorganization, anxiety, and underachievement are also symptoms of ADD. This book explores treatment and counseling options, and uses real-life case histories to examine the special challenges women with ADD and ADHD face.
  • Understanding Girls with AD/HD
    Understanding Women with AD/HD
    Kathleen Nadeau & Patricia Quinn
    This book delivers a comprehensive and up-to-date information that illuminates the complexity of ADHD in girls and women, both across the lifespan and across multiple domains of life. Understanding Girls with ADHD is recommended for those needing guidance, support, and knowledge about female manifestations of ADHD.
  • ADD and the College Student: a Guide for High School & College Students with ADD Ed
    Patricia Quinn
    This book covers the realities and logistics of having ADD. It serves as a helpful guide to selecting and entering college and succeeding. Chapters include practical information and advice for the smoothest possible transition to college life with chapters written by physicians, psychologists, and educators with expertise in ADD.
  • Adolescents and ADD: Gaining the Advantage
    Patricia Quinn
    Adolescents and ADD is written for students diagnosed with ADD and their parents to better adjust to the new challenges they face entering middle or high school. This practical book is filled with valuable advice from doctors and, most importantly, other students with ADD who have experienced the same fears, successes, and disappointments as the student just entering his or her teenage years.
  • Help4ADD@High School
    Kathleen Nadeau
    Help4ADD@High School is an ADHD-friendly book that provides straight talk on high school, drugs, sex, friends, driving, parents, college and much, much more from an ADHD perspective.
  • My Brain Needs Glasses: Living with Hyperactivity
    Annick Vincent
    My Brain Needs Glasses is an indispensable book for children and parents to better understand fills this book with instructive information and effective hints, to help young people, parents, and education and psychology professionals manage and treat ADHD.
  • Hyperactive Children Grown Up
    Gabrielle Weiss & Lily Trockenberg Hechtman
    Long considered a standard in the field for health professionals, Hyperactive Children Grown Up explores what happens to hyperactive children when they grow to adulthood. Based on the renowned McGill prospective studies–research that now spans more than 30 years–the volume reports findings on the etiology, treatment, and outcome of attention deficits and hyperactivity at all stages of development.
  • The Girl’s Guide to ADHD
    Beth Walker
    The Girls Guide to ADHD examines ADHD from a teen girls’ perspectives with suggestions on how to cope with emotions, treatments, school, and friends.
  • Survival Guide for College Students with ADHD or LD
    Kathleen Nadeau
    This useful guide for high school or college students diagnosed with ADHD or learning disabilities will provide the information students need to survive and thrive in the college setting. The Survival Guide is filled with practical suggestions and tips from an experienced specialist in the field and from college students who also suffer from these difficulties.

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