Christopher J. Kratochvil
"Provides a rare melding of information from the health and educational systems . . . an exceptional resource for clinicians and educators alike."
Professor of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco - Linda J. Pfiffner
"An outstanding resource for health care providers and educators . . . contains a veritable wealth of the latest evidence-based information for assessing and treating ADHD in clinics and schools and innovative methods for coordinating care across these systems."
Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician, Honolulu, Hawaii - Michael Ching
"Meticulously researched and accessibly written . . . should be required reading for any front-line professional who works with children with ADHD."
Director, ADHD Program, Developmental Medicine Center, Children's Hospital Boston - Eugenia Chan
"A friendly, inclusive guide to ADHD . . . Its great strength lies in its emphasis on how health professionals, educators, and families can best work together to optimize treatment."
University of Nebraska, Lincoln - Robert Reid
"A practical compendium of up-to-date research on assessment and treatment of ADHD. It is an invaluable reference for clinicians or educators who work with students with ADHD."
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston - Russell A. Barkley
"Highly informative, written in a direct, no-nonsense style, tightly linked to the available contemporary science, and guided by the decades of combined clinical experience of the authors, this is an exceptionally useful guide."
Director of ADHD Clinic and Clinical Research Program; Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, University of Illinois at - Mark A. Stein
"Bridge[s] the knowledge gap between health care professionals and educators who both care for youth with ADHD . . . a very practical, innovative, and important book."
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Attention Disorders - Sam Goldstein
"Sets a new standard for a comprehensive, up to date, scientifically sound desk reference and guide . . . must be on the shelf of every professional working with children with ADHD."
Mary Emily Warner Associate Professor, School Psychology Program, Arizona State University - David L. Wodrich
"Concise and packed with up-to-date information; a great resource for clinic-based and school-based professionals."
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Family Medicine, University of Minnesota; editor, ADHD: A Complete and Authori - Michael Reiff
"Very well written, concise, comprehensive, practical, and highly useful."
author, How to Reach & Teach Children with ADD/ADHD and The ADD/ADHD Checklist - Sandra Rief
"A valuable resource for understanding what is known about ADHD and using best practices for diagnosing and managing this disorder based upon scientific evidence."
"This clearly written, impeccably organized guide is an excellent recommendation for teachers and parents interested in learning more about diagnostic procedures and treatment methods supported for ADHD."