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Top Five Book Recommendations
- The ADD Book – New Understandings, New Approaches To Parenting Your Child, William Sears, MD & Lynda Thompson, Ph.D.
- Driven To Distraction – A national best seller this book provides insight into the world of ADHD with practical information, Edward Hallowell & John J. Ratey.
- Healing ADD – Dr. Amen’s six types of ADD are explained in detail with recommended treatment plans for each, Dr. Daniel Amen
- Getting Rid of Ritalin – How Neurofeedback can successfully treat ADD without Drugs, Eduardo Castro, Robert W. Hill
- A Symphony in the Brain, Jim Robbins
- Introduction to Quantitative EEG and Neurofeedback, James R. Evans & Andrew Abarbanel
- Neurology of Autism, Mary Coleman
- ADD – The 20 Hour Solution, Mark Steinberg, Ph.D. & Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D.
- Mapping The Mind, Rita Carter
- Quantitative Electroencephalographic Analysis (QEEG) Databases for Neurotherapy – Description Validation Application, Joel F. Lubar
- Taking Charge of ADHD – A guide for parents on managing symptoms of ADHD at home and in the classroom, Russell Barkley
- Thom Hartmann’s Complete Guide to ADHD – Thom Hartmann offers strategies for managing ADHD at home, at work and at school, Thom Hartmann
- ADHD Handbook for Families: Communicating With Professionals – A must for parents and family members, this book helps prepare for the diagnostic process, provides questions to ask potential doctors and supplies information on what to do if you do not feel you are getting the care you need, Paul L. Weingartner.
- ADHD: Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adults – Full of practical advice for succeeding in life and using your ADD qualities to your benefit, Paul H. Wender.
- No More Ritalin: Treating ADHD Without Drugs – For those that are interested in treatments without using medication, this book can help, Mary Ann Block
- ADHD-Hyperactivity: A Consumer’s Guide – A practical guide for parents with information on diagnosis, treatment, medications and school interventions, Michael Gordon
- The ADD/ADHD Checklist – A guide for parents and teachers to help keep track of behaviors and improve schoolwork and increase the chance for success, Sandra Reif, M.A.
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