A professional organizer and clinical psychologist offer skills to help adults with ADD find better ways to be organized.
Written by adults diagnosed with ADD themselves, the book describe in poignant detail what it can be like for adults struggling with ADD, and offers helpful tips for managing symptoms. It also explains how ADD/ADHD symptoms are quite different than normal lapses in memory, lack of concentration, and/or impulsive behavior in other adults.
A leading neuroscientist explains in clear terms his conceptualization of how addictions are formed, and how to use simple mindfulness techniques to effectively combat addictive cravings.
While breaking addiction isn't as simple as the book's title makes it seem, Dr. Dodes nonetheless normalizes and delightfully destigmatizes substance use disorder in a way that makes recovery from addiction feel dramatically more manageable.
Judson Brewer, M.D., Ph.D. (2020)
Couples and Relationships
By Janet Sasson Edgette
The author provides clear, practical wisdom to therapists who want to work with adolescents and their families.
Drawing on neurobiology and attachment research, the authors describe the way childhood experiences shape everyone's life, and how developing a better understanding of one's self can significantly improve the way that person parents their own children.