Thriving with ADHD Workbook for Teens: Improve Focus, Get Organized, and Succeed (Paperback)
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Build focus, organization skills, and self-confidence―the ADHD workbook for teens ages 12 to 17
Does it feel hard to stay organized sometimes? Do homework assignments sneak up on you? Having ADHD can feel overwhelming―but it doesn’t have to.
Thriving with ADHD Workbook for Teens gives you the tools to understand how ADHD works within your body, and actionable ways that you can use it to your advantage. Learn about some of your untapped strengths and see how you can channel your newly identified talents at school, in sports, and with friends.
Inside Thriving with ADHD Workbook for Teens you’ll find:
- Be your own CEO―Understand how your executive functions work to help you organize, plan, react, and more.
- Frequently asked, always answerede―A Q&A section provides answers to a ton of common questions that others with ADHD have.
- Advice you can use―Everyday tools give you simple but effective strategies for approaching everyday things like homework, friends, and sports.
Learn how you can thrive with ADHD through these engaging, everyday activities.
“Thriving with ADHD, Workbook for Teens” is a wonderful source for helpful exercises, techniques, and advice for anyone living with ADHD in today’s world. It is written in a casual, confident voice that speaks equally well to teens and their parents. The author provides the reader with large amounts of pertinent information without feeling bombarded by stuffy facts or research. The calm, supportive voice is refreshing on this subject and models exactly how professionals and parents should approach those with ADHD.” — Corey Glynn, LCSW
“I recommend Thriving with ADHD, Workbook for Teens to any teens, parents or clinicians looking to understand more about what ADHD is, how it works, and how to work with it in a real, modern way. The exercises are aimed at teens but can easily be adapted for younger kids or adults. This workbook is an easy read, full of helpful information that makes the reader feel good about approaching all sorts of situations to improve success and satisfaction.” —Dr. Michael Sakowitz, Clinical Psychologist