ADD and Zombies: Fearless Medication Management for ADD and ADHD (Paperback)

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ADD and Zombies: Fearless Medication Management for ADD and ADHD (Paperback)

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Wes Crenshaw and Kelsey Daugherty guide readers on medication management for ADD and ADHD using advice drawn from thousands of hours of clinical contact with hundreds of fascinating clients. Written in an engaging, conversational style for readers of all ages, the authors explore what it means to have ADD, describe how to get an accurate evaluation, examine co-occurring diagnoses and how they are treated in the context of ADD, and explain how to find a good prescriber. They compare and contrast the array of medications available to treat ADD, explain how to use them correctly, and help readers manage and work around the side effects. Crenshaw and Daugherty offer numerous case examples throughout the book to illustrate their integrative model of treatment designed to get readers with an ADD diagnosis on the road to fearless medication management.-Have you been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD, or do you suspect you should be? Do you want to be sure you have an accurate diagnosis? Do you wonder if you're getting the best treatment? Do you have a love-hate relationship with your medication or wonder why it seems to have stopped working? This book is for you.-Does your partner, child, roommate, or friend have ADD? Do you wonder if medication might be right for them, and if so, which one? Do you struggle alongside them to deal with the many side effects of their stimulant? Do you wonder about alternative treatments? This book is for you.-Are you a physician, nurse practitioner, or physician's assistant? Do you wish you had broader training and experience in assessing and prescribing for ADD and ADHD? Do you sometimes feel like you're winging it? Do you wonder if this disorder is over- or underdiagnosed? Do you wish you could refer those cases out, but haven't anyone to refer them to? This book is for you.
Product Details ISBN: 9781733462372
ISBN-10: 1733462376
Publisher: Family Psychological Press
Publication Date: June 30th, 2020
Pages: 354
Language: English