Journeys Through ADDulthood Reviews


"This book is like having a therapist available no matter where you go. I considered it to be my daily devotional while I read it. Her insight and wisdom are absolutely priceless and very helpful. It can also help you decide what services you need, how to communicate your needs and develop a new, fresh perspective of who you are. It can help you come out of your shell and give you the courage to be your authentic self." --From a fan on Facebook

"Sari Solden's new book, Journeys Through ADDulthood, is a gem. It offers a wealth of wisdom, sound advice, reassuring experiences, as well as hope. Sari is one of the true sages in this field. She has lived with AD/HD, she has treated countless adults who have AD/HD, she has learned from as many people as she has taught, and her every anecdote comes steeped in reflection and hard-earned experience. Her conclusions can be trusted and treasured. This book is like Sari herself: warm, wise, intelligent, humble, humorous, hopeful, and strong." --Edward Hallowell, MD author of Connect, Worry, and co-author of Driven to Distraction

Sari Solden has written another wonderful, practical book to help adults with ADD through their life's journey. I highly recommend it" --Daniel Amen, M.D.

"Sari Solden has done it again . . . written a book that deeply touches the hearts and souls of her readers." --Kate Kelly and Peggy Ramundo, authors, You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid, or Crazy?!

"One of the pioneers in the field, Sari Solden has provided us with a new perspective on adults with AD/HD Her insightful, inspiring book guides us all through the struggle to change and grow." -- John Ratey, M.D., author of A User's Guide to the Brain and coauthor of Driven to Distraction

"{Sari Solden's} professional skill in helping others cope with ADD shines through in this well-organized, frankly stated work .... This important work stands out among the growing number of books on ADD ." --Library Journal (starred review)

"Journeys Through ADDulthood" is whithout question, one of the most important books on adult AD/HD since Driven to Distraction. Sari Solden has given us a blueprint to live our lives as adults with AD/HD, and has given therapists a book-length account of how to help their AD/HD adult clients. This is truly an awesome book!" --Arthur Robin, Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences, Wayne State University

"Sari Solden has expanded the sensitive, down-to-earth, practically oriented perspective she offered in Women with Attention Deficit Disorder. In this new volume, she offers women and men helpful understanding of the long, perplexing and often frustrating processes involved m coming to terms with AD/HD in oneself." --Thomas E. Brown, Ph.D., Associate Director, Yale Clinic for Attention & Related Disorders, Yale University School of Medicine

"Solden's sense of humor and her anecdotes about her ongoing challenges with her own AD/HD flavor this book sweetly. She is one of the pioneers in the adult-AD/HD treatment community.... Journeys Through ADDulthood provides an important addition to the tool kits of clinicians working with AD/HD adults--regarding both understanding the disorder and treating it collaboratively with your clients. And your adult AD/HD clients will likely find great relief in Solden's mapping of the neurological, psychosocial, work and family issues and possible solutions connected with this terrain, terrain she continues m traverse herself." --reviewed in The Therapist by Ellen Pattenon

"Solden emphasizes reconnecting with the dreams that unexplained AD/HD symptoms may have prematurely cut off. With the spark of discovering who one really is, and recognizing one's strengths again, in the context of these challenges, Solden envisages a new life for AD/HD adults which goes way beyond discovering how many milligrams of this or that one must take." --reviewed in the CHADD of Northern California newsletter by Lew Mills, MFT, Ph.D.

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