Understanding and Treating Attention Deficit Disorder through the Teen Years
By Antony J. Amen & Sharon Johnson
with Daniel G. Amen, M.D.
Two teens tell their own stories, how they’ve struggled and dealt with ADD. This life-changing book helps young readers understand ADD, get help for it, and start on the path toward reaching their potential at home, school, work, and with friends and sweethearts.
Dr. Amen along with these teen authors cover topics including:
- ADD symptoms
- School survival skills
- Explaining ADD to others
- Healing relationships
- How to be organized
- Controlling anger
- ADD and driving
- ADD and drugs/alcohol
- Understanding A.D.D and your legal rights
Why is this information beneficial for Teens?
The information in this book may be the difference between finishing high school and going to college, or dropping out and working a minimum-wage job for the rest of your life. This book can show teens how to deal with their ADD and not allow it to hold them back from the success they deserve!
"These are real stories about real teenagers that will both inspire you and touch your heart. Reading the book from both a parental and clinical viewpoint, I am very impressed with the depth of understanding, blunt truth and honest helpfulness the authors have accomplished. It hits home with the teens in my practice and I have begun to use it everyday in therapy."
- Wilma Scott, MS. Neurodevelopmental Specialist
A Teenager’s Guide to ADD, Softcover Book, 205 pages, $29.95
The Healing ADD Power Program is a comprehensive guide to ADD from childhood through adulthood. This comprehensive program will help you understand every aspect of ADD whether it’s for yourself, a friend or your child. To optimize your teenagers understanding of this disorder, A Teenager’s Guide to ADD was written by two teens who share their own stories and how they’ve struggled and dealt with ADD. This book will help them realize that they are not alone and can overcome it!