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Dec 03, 2013 | ISBN 9780425269978

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“REVOLUTIONARY…I strongly urge anyone with a family member who suffers with ADD to read this book.”—Barry Sears, author of The Zone

“For parents of children with ADD, adults with ADD, therapists, and physicians. The subtypes Dr. Amen has firmly established will help clinicians everywhere tailor ADD treatments to each and every individual. One size does not fit all.”—George Delgado, M.D., FAAFP, associate clinical professor, University of California, Davis

“I highly recommend this book to all who want the most up-to-date information on ADD from one of the most highly regarded neuropsychiatrists of our day.”—William C. Klindt, M.D., child and adolescent psychiatrist, clinical faculty, Stanford University School of Medicine

“I recommend this book to anyone who has concerns with ADD or even the slightest interest in human behavior.”—Joan Baez

“Clear and readable, and a must for understanding this disorder.”—William R. Collie, M.D., Safe Harbor Clinic for Behavioral Medicine

“A must-read for every professional in the juvenile justice system. A breakthrough work on diagnosing and treating ADD, it is certain to be a classic.”—Thomas C. Edwards, judge, Superior Court, State of California

“Once again challenging older concepts about attention deficit disorder, Dr. Amen writes with a clarity, simplicity, and passion I have come to admire. Healing ADD is a worthy extension of Change Your Brain, Change Your Life.”—Terence F. McGuire, M.D., psychiatrist

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