ADD/ADHD: A Guide for Teachers and Parents

ADD/ADHD: A Guide for Teachers and Parents

by Herb Marlow
     
 

This book is not written as a professional journal – though counseling professionals will certainly appreciate the practical application of therapy techniques found in its pages. It is what it proclaims to be: A guidebook for parents and teachers who deal with children on an everyday basis who have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention…  See more details below

Overview

This book is not written as a professional journal – though counseling professionals will certainly appreciate the practical application of therapy techniques found in its pages. It is what it proclaims to be: A guidebook for parents and teachers who deal with children on an everyday basis who have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder. Dr. Marlow does not attempt to trace the history of the Attention Deficit Disorders, as that has been done in other, far more scholarly works. Rather, this book addresses symptoms and solutions, ideas and results, situations and practical applications.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012887467
Publisher:
Untreed Reads
Publication date:
06/24/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
218 KB

Meet the Author

Herb Marlow has been featured on TV, radio and in print publications nationwide. He is an established authority on childhood issues, a motivational speaker for children and adults, a professional counselor, copywriter and a rancher. He and his wife presently reside on a small working ranch in East Texas.

Dr. Marlow has published thirty-five books, 23 for children, young adults and adults, and 12 professional works addressing counseling issues, writing and education, and a trilogy of books on parenting. As a freelance writer, Herb’s stories and articles have been published in many national periodicals and professional journals, as well as online blogs.

Herb is a captivating speaker and storyteller whose tales engage children and adults alike. Bringing his own real-life stories of challenge and triumph into each speaking engagement, he helps people see their worlds from a higher point of view.

Taking full advantage of his Western roots, Herb has written Dangerous Ground, a series of eleven short stories, to please readers who are themselves living in the West, as well as those who live there in their imaginations. The descriptions of cattle and horse work in the book come from his own experiences, though the cattle he raises and works today are much tamer than the longhorns of those wild days of yesteryear.

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