This book offers positive parenting strategies to help ADHD kids manage their emotions. Topics include anger management for parents, self-regulation, how to talk to kids and teens about ADHD and other disorders, as well as tips for fostering self-discipline in children with ADHD.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for parents of children with ADHD who are looking for positive strategies to help their kids manage their emotions. It offers advice on topics such as anger management, self-regulation, and how to talk to kids about ADHD and other disorders.
- Offers positive parenting strategies
- Covers a variety of topics related to ADHD
- Written by an expert on the subject
- Does not include strategies for kids who have difficulty with Executive Functioning
- Author is not a licensed mental health professional
- Some of the information may be outdated
Learn more about the author
Alicia Miller is a psychotherapist and parenting coach who specializes in working with children and families affected by ADHD. She has been helping families since 2006, when she founded the West Coast branch of Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD), the world’s leading ADHD non-profit organization. Alicia is also a regular contributor to ADDitude Magazine, where she writes about living well with ADHD.
“This is an amazing book! As a parent of a child with ADHD, I have found this to be incredibly useful. The strategies Alicia Miller outlines are easy to understand and very practical. Highly recommend!”
“A must have for all parents with children who suffer or have been diagnosed with ADHD. The book provides sound advice and helpful tips that will empower both the child and the parent.”
“This is an excellent book for parents of children who have ADHD. The author provides many practical tips that can be used to help these kids manage their emotions and behavior. I would highly recommend this book to any parent whose child has been diagnosed with ADHD.”
“This book has been a Godsend! Our family life was falling apart until I read this book and started using the techniques Alicia suggests. After 1 month things have turned around 180 degrees!”