Are you a parent looking for information or help with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or Oppostional Defiant Disorder? Are you considering using Ritalin, Dexedrine,Strattera, or Adderall? Are you looking for alternative treatments? Perhaps your child has a problem with learning disabilies, such as dyslexia or simple behavior issues. At this site you will find all the help you need on these topics, plus information on conduct disorder, social skills training, neurofeedback, parent counseling, relaxation training, dealing with school problems, discipline, and more.


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of your child's ADHD"

by Anthony Kane, MD
 
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How to Help The Child You Love

"The Authoritative Guide on how to Manage Your ADHD Child and Give Your Child the Best Possible Future"

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Helpful Hints

Plan Ahead
Certain forms of misbehavior occur in specific places or on specific occasions. If you are aware of this, you may help reduce or avoid these behavioral problems.

The following are the steps you can use to do so:

Anticipate the problem:
Try to be aware if certain places evoke bad behavior in your child.

Review the rule:
Let your child know the type of behavior you expect before you enter that situation.

Review the incentives for good behavior:
Offer your child a small reward for behaving properly in the situation.

Review the consequences of bad behavior:
Let your child know that you expect him to behave and that if he fails to do so he will have a specific punishment.
 
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A Symphony in the Brain

by Jim Robbins

You need to get this book.

How would you feel about a treatment that may:

  • Reduce or eliminate your child’s need for Ritalin or other medication
  • Increase your child’s IQ
  • Improve your child’s behavior at home
  • Improve your child’s behavior at school
  • Improve your child’s school performance
  • Reduce or eliminate your child’s hyperactivity
  • Improve your child’s attention span
  • Reduce your child’s impulsivity
  • Does not use drugs
  • Has no side effects
  • Permanently improve or even cure of your child’s ADHD

Neurofeedback does all of this and more.

If any of these things interest you, you need to get

A Symphony in the Brain

Scientists and health professions currently use neurofeedback to treat epilepsy, autism, head injuries, drug addictions, depression, and ADHD. It has been used by professional golfers to improve their game and by opera stars to improve their voice.

Neurofeedback is neither a miracle nor panacea. It is a science and works on sound scientific principles. If you have an ADHD child, neurofeedback is one of the most promising treatments available.

Given all this, neurofeedback is still controversial. Still, if you care about your child and want him to get better, you owe it to him and to yourself to investigate neurofeedback.

A Symphony in the Brain

by Jim Robbins

This is the best book for the layman around on neurofeedback. If you have an ADHD child this book is a definite must read. This book will open up for you one of the most promising and exciting treatments available today for ADHD. Also, it is probably the best-written scientific book for the general public that I have ever read.

This book is not so easy to find. I spent the better part of a day looking for it in Manhattan. So, unless you are planning to spend a day running around Manhattan bookstore, I suggest you get this book on-line.

You owe it to yourself and your child to read

A Symphony in the Brain

and find out if neurofeedback can help your child.

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A Symphony in the Brain

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