Parenting Children with ADHD : 10 Lessons That Medicine Cannot Teach
In this second edition of Parenting Children With ADHD, Dr. Vince Monastra provides practical, step-by-step guidance to parents looking for ways to bring out the best in kids with ADHD. He presents updated lessons about the causes of ADHD, how medications work, and the problems that sleep deficits, poor nutrition, and other medical disorders can cause. He also shares his innovative approach for improving organization, task-completion, problem-solving and emotional control.
Updates in this edition include:
new procedures and tests for diagnosing ADHD
empirically-supported psychological treatments for ADHD, including neurotherapy
tips for developing a safe, supportive educational environment for your child
a new chapter on teaching life values such as kindness, generosity and compassion
- Paperback | 280 pages
- 152 x 229 x 15.24mm | 317.51g
- 30 Apr 2014
- American Psychological Association
- Washington DC, United States
- 2nd Revised edition
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About Vincent J. Monastra
He is the co-inventor of the EEG-based process approved by the FDA for use in the diagnosis of ADHD, a pioneer in the development of parenting and EEG-based attention training procedures, and the author of numerous scientific articles and book chapters.
The 1st Edition of his parenting book was named iParenting Book of the Year, and his book, Unlocking the Potential of Patients With ADHD: A Model for Clinical Practice, (APA, 2008), provides a model for comprehensive, effective and practical community-based care for patients with ADHD. His skills as a master diagnostician and therapist have been internationally recognized and are archived in several educational videotaped programs, including Working With Children With ADHD (APA, 2005).
He has been a faculty member of Wilson Hospital's Family Practice Residency Program, the Department of Psychology at Binghamton University, USA, and most recently, the Graduate School of Counseling and Clinical Psychology at Marywood University, USA.
He is the recipient of several scientific awards, including the President's Award and the Hans Berger Award for his seminal research into the neurophysiological characteristics of ADHD, and his groundbreaking study on EEG biofeedback. He was listed among the country's most innovative researchers in Reader's Digest's 2004 edition of Medical Breakthroughs.