The Gift of Adult Add: How to Transform Your Challenges and Build on Your Strengths

Lara Honos-Webb (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$20.95  $19.27
Publisher
New Harbinger Publications
Publish Date
October 01, 2008
Pages
230
Dimensions
6.3 X 0.52 X 8.92 inches | 0.76 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781572245655
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About the Author

Lara Honos-Webb, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Walnut Creek, CA. She is author of The Gift of ADHD, The Gift of ADHD Activity Book, Listening to Depression, and more than twenty-five scholarly articles. Her work has been featured in Newsweek, the Wall Street Journal, Publisher's Weekly, and many newspapers across the country. She has appeared on national radio and television programs. Honos-Webb specializes in the treatment of ADHD, depression, and the psychology of pregnancy and motherhood and speaks regularly on these topics. She completed a two-year postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco, and has been an assistant professor teaching graduate students. For more information about Honos-Webb and her work, please visit visionarysoul.com.

Reviews

"Lara Honos-Webb shows us how the demands of a global and digital culture may make the signature traits of ADD--inventiveness, need for stimulation, and interpersonal intuition--in high demand."
--Daniel H. Pink, author of A Whole New Mind


"If you have ADD and have been looking for the meaning of your struggles, this book will change your life. You will see, beyond doubt, that it's time to stop patching up your weaknesses and start learning about your many gifts."
--Carol Adrienne, PhD, author of The Purpose of Your Life


"Honos-Webb's book is a wonderful guidebook for optimistic living. What one chooses to focus on grows, and Honos-Webb has provided the framework for others to learn this important philosophy. It is especially important for those with ADHD to embrace the positive side of their personalities."
--Stephanie Moulton Sarkis, PhD, author of Making the Grade with ADD and 10 Simple Solutions to Adult ADD


"In her newest book, Honos-Webb builds on the core principles of her previous work to show how adults with ADD can find fulfilling and rewarding lives by being who they are. 'Find what you love and are good at, and let that guide you, ' she advises, offering real-life stories of people who have done just that. In this inspiring book, Honos-Webb provides a host of specific activities to help adults with ADD use self-reflection, insight, and creativity to address weaknesses without letting those weaknesses overshadow their strengths and talents. The Gift of Adult ADD is a welcome addition to the growing body of literature that shows how to go beyond limiting--and misleading--diagnostic labels."
--Barbara Probst, MSW, LCSW, author of When the Labels Don't Fit


"A revolutionary, paradigm-shifting book that will undoubtedly change the way we think about ADD. Honos-Webb's contribution is a gift, providing no-nonsense strategies and inspiring examples of how to transform apparent deficits into strengths and assets."
--Kelly Howell, president, Brain Sync


"Talk about a gift! This book will be a true gift for anyone with ADD. While it can be discouraging to live with ADD, Honos-Webb's wise and helpful book will show readers how to use their ADD to improve their relationships and work lives. She then goes on to identify and explain the five specific gifts that adult ADD brings. This wonderful book has the power to transform the life and consciousness of anyone dealing with ADD."
--Mira Kirshenbaum, author of When Good People Have Affairs, Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay, and Everything Happens for a Reason


"Are you ready to let this precious volume transform you, your world, and your 'adult attention deficit disorder'? Here is a gift that can be magical and life changing, both for you and your 'adult attention deficit disorder.'"
--Alvin R. Mahrer, PhD, professor emeritus at the University of Ottawa, author of The Manual of Optimal Behaviors