ADD ~ ADHD

Creative Therapy for Children with Autism, ADD, and Asperger's

Using Artistic Creativity to Reach, Teach, and Touch Our Children

Janet Tubbs

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$18.95

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Anyone who is concerned with the seemingly exponential increase in children manifesting a wide variety of developmental syndromes will rejoice at the appearance of Janet Tubb's truly great book. Janet has worked for over thirty years with children with difficulties ranging from low self-esteem to autism, ADD and more. She has developed her own approach using art, music, and movement - and, when research supports it, nutritional supplements or modifications. Her awareness of children's developmental needs and the effects various artistic therapies can have has its roots in both Waldorf education and conventional therapeutic research and modalities.

Her book is a powerful gift, filled with clear pictures of children with various difficulties, incredibly helpful advice that is amazingly multi-dimensional, and clear instructions for delivering a cornucopia of therapeutic activities and exercises.

Thank you, Janet!

Healing ADD

Simple Exercises That Will Change Your Daily Life

Thom Hartmann

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This is a breakthrough self-help approach to one of the most pervasive problems encountered by parents and teachers in our modern society. The approach here is simple, yet highly effective and can work for children guided by adults as well as for adults helping themselves. What a breath of fresh air!

Healing ADD presents simple methods involving visualization and positive thinking that can be readily picked up by adults and taught to children with ADD. Those with ADD will learn to see their lives and the world around them differently. A series of instructions guides readers through transformational exercises that enable them to see, hear and feel their own past behavior in a new and empowering way.

Thom Hartmann is the former executive director of a residential treatment facility for children and adolescents, the father of a child diagnosed with ADD, and the best-selling author of five books on the topic of ADD. Over the past seventeen years he ahs worked with thousands of children adn adults with ADD. An award-winning author, he is also a psychotherapist and occasional wood-splitter living near Montpelier, Vermont.