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Parenting Children With Adhd: 10 Lessons That Medicine Cannot Teach (APA Lifetools) e-book

Author:

Vincent J. Ph.D. Monastra

Language:

English

Category:

Teaching

Subcategory:

Schools & Teaching

ePub size:

1954 kb

Other formats:

mobi txt lit mbr

Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

Amer Psychological Assn; 1 edition (November 1, 2004)

Pages:

263

ISBN:

1591471826

Parenting Children With Adhd: 10 Lessons That Medicine Cannot Teach (APA Lifetools) e-book

by Vincent J. Ph.D. Monastra


Life changing book!! Very well written and actually has applicable, every day, real life scenarios and tells a. .But I’ve read several other parenting books that only touched a Tiny bit on ADHD. None of the ideas in the other books have worked with my son.

Life changing book!! Very well written and actually has applicable, every day, real life scenarios and tells a floundering parent what to say and do in the heat of the moment. Gentle consistent discipline with the extra stuff kids with ADHD need thrown in the mix. Great catch thoughts/phrases, paradigm shifters.

This book gives parents a framework for building a successful parenting . Parenting Doesn't Cause ADHD, Genes Do! Medicines Don't Cure ADHD, But They Can Help. Nutrition Does Matter.

This book gives parents a framework for building a successful parenting program at home for children with ADHD. Drawing from his experiences in evaluating and treating thousands of children and teens with ADHD, the author presents a series of ten lessons that are essential for promoting the success of kids with ADHD.

This intervention was derived from operant conditioning studies that demonstrated capacity for neurophysiologic training in humans and other mammals and targets atypical patterns of cortical activation that have been identified consistently in neuroimaging and quantitative EEG studies of patients diagnosed with ADHD.

Parenting Children with ADHD book. Published January 11th 2010 by APA LifeTools (first published November 2004). Parenting Children with ADHD: 10 Lessons That Medicine Cannot Teach (APA Lifetools). by. Vincent J. Monastra.

Professional clinical psychologist Vincent Monastra presents Parenting Children with ADHD: 10 Lessons That Medicine Cannot Teach, a guide drawn from his years of experience evaluating and treating thousands of children and teens with ADHD. Great Information For Parents With an ADHD Child. com User, December 14, 2004

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Parenting Children With Adhd: 10 Lessons That Medicine Cannot Teach (APA Lifetools) By: Vincent . P. APA Reference Tracy, N. (2009, January 1). Books for Children and Adults with ADHD, HealthyPlace. Last Updated: May 6, 2019.

The author passes on his wisdom about how to help children with ADHD succeed, and includes medical, nutritional, educational, and psychological information in a format usably by parents, K-12 teachers and school adminstrator professionals, and health care professionals.
Gozragore
Was this man living in my house? Holy smokes! I had to call my son in and read him a few chapters and apologize profusely! Apologize because I was the mom that did not completely understand some of these behaviors, myself. I thought some of these things he had the power to control. Not so. This book showed me that I needed to work on some ways of dealing with these behaviors and teaching him how to navigate through them.
This book offered so much insight and so much in understanding this disorder! I was amazed!
I can say that I have referred to this several times...
I would like to give a copy of this book to the teachers he has, the teachers that he has had and the teachers he will have, as well as family members and friends that have believed that a good spanking was all he has ever needed. There are times, I'm sure, when a swat on the butt was in order, however, a lot of this was beyond OUR control.
Thank you a million times over for shedding light on this subject.
Tinavio
Life changing book!! Very well written and actually has applicable, every day, real life scenarios and tells a floundering parent what to say and do in the heat of the moment. Gentle consistent discipline with the extra stuff kids with ADHD need thrown in the mix. Great catch thoughts/phrases, paradigm shifters. I'm so glad I bought this book!
Hbr
BEST ADHD BOOK I HAVE EVER READ!!! I highly recommend this book. This book is the best thing that has happened to me as a parent. I took my daughter to weekly therapy sessions for over a year and this book basically addressed all the issues that the therapist couldn't even pinpoint or help with. As a parent, I felt I needed to educate myself better so I could help my daughter, and this is the best tool I've found. It will give you so many options and lead you in the right direction even if you don't want to follow it exactly.
Dianantrius
My son was recently diagnosed with ADHD, and I wanted to do something other than medication to help him transition to a new lifestyle. And to me, living with an ADHD child and him leaning to cope is a total adjustment. I am not one that believes a pill solves everything, nor am I an advocate for non pharmacological treatments. I believe I'm like every other parent out there, I want what's best for my son.

There are so many books out on the subject, I was lost and a bit confused. I saw this, and the other good reviews, and hoped this was the best place to start. For my family, it was. The author takes you beyond the medication, explaining what is going on inside the child's head, and laying out a clear-cut, concise method of small changes that yield big results. Like any parent, I wanted something tangible I could do to help my son make his life easier, and this book shows you the steps you can take.

Another thing I love about this book is that it doesn't expect you or your child to be perfect. It puts out there that you will get frustrated, you will lose your temper, and that you're human for doing so. They also have great suggestions on how to apologize and not make you feel guilty for doing so.

Thank you to the author for helping my family make this transition as seamless and painless as possible. It helped me feel like I can play a role in this to make my son's life so much better.
Kiaile
The lessons probably should be done at certain points in the assessment/diagnosis/planning adventure of ADHD, but I didn't do them at the right times and still got a lot out of this book. The discussions of diet were especially helpful. I shared that information with my child and got her input and participation in meal planning, which gives her control over at least one part of her life. Very helpful.
I am hcv men
This is the first book I read about helping my son that actually made sense!! To be honest, it’s the first book specific to ADHD that I’ve read for parenting. But I’ve read several other parenting books that only touched a Tiny bit on ADHD. None of the ideas in the other books have worked with my son. I am so thrilled with how much this book explained on how ADHD works. There was so much information I didn’t know! Almost every example he gave relates to things my son says or does. The details he gives to explain the medications was very informative. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who has a child with ADHD.
huckman
Loved it. I had really no idea everything that went with ADHD - so glad I read this to help me understand what my kids are dealing with. And really good info to boot relating to diet, discipline, etc to help them succeed.

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