Dr. Stephen Hinshaw "A needed, life-enhancing
eminently readable and
speaks directly to teens
with ADHD"
Dr. Stephen Hinshaw, PhD

Vice Chair for Psychology
and Professor of Psychiatry
University of California, San Francisco.
Dr. Linda Pfiffner "A truly extraordinary book
for teens with ADHD"
Linda Pfiffner, PhD

Director Weill Institute for Neurosciences
University of California San Francisco
Cindy Goldrich "Refreshingly honest
and practical...
with relatable situations
and no nonsense advice"
Cindy Goldrich, EdM, ADHD-CCSP

author of 8 Keys to Parenting
Children with ADHD
Dr. Ari Tuckman "Wow, a book written for
teens with ADHD
not about them or at them"
Ari Tuckman, PsyD

Psychologist, author
public speaker, advocate
and ADHD expert
Dr. Lara Honos-Webb "A powerful resource
for succeeding in school,
the home and relationships."
Dr. Lara Honos-Webb

Psychologist and author of
The ADHD Workbook for Teens
Stephanie Sarkis PhD "Palatable to people
who may have found
other books on ADHD
a challenge to read through"
Stephanie Sarkis PhD

Psychologist and author of
10 Simple Solutions to Adult ADHD
Stephanie Sarkis PhD "Grace Friedman
and Dr. Sarah Cheyette
show adolescents how
to take ownership of their ADHD"
Dr. Sharon Saline

Psychologist and author of
What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew

Winning with ADHD

Concepts | Coaching | Choices

“Grace addresses the crucial issue of accepting the diagnosis before diving into self-care and self-management, home-related issues, school problems and coping strategies, peer struggles, and treatment-related facts and strategies, particularly surrounding ADHD medications.

 

The prose is engaging, and the strategies are rooted in understandable steps. I can say that I have never witnessed a more relatable book on the topic than Winning with ADHD.  Among the many wonderful features of this work, one of the most telling is that Grace is fully cognizant of the difficulties in core life domains incurred by ADHD. At the same time, she is completely convinced that many of the attributes exhibited by those with the condition can be advantageous, so long as major coping strategies are engaged.

 

All too rare, in my experience, are books that come from the heart, blending core experiences with evidence-based practices as they speak directly to teens and young adults with conditions like ADHD. I believe that no one can emerge from reading this book without understanding the essential humanity of everyone dealing with ADHD. Winning with ADHD is a needed, life-enhancing, eminently readable and relatable work. Its common-sense nature belies its depth and humanity. “

 

Dr. Stephen Hinshaw

Testimonials for
“Winning with ADHD”