Editorial Reviews of 8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD

Editorial Reviews of 8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD

 

8 Keys to Parenting Book“This book is a godsend for parents raising kids who have the exciting but often challenging condition called ADHD. Written by a woman has helped thousands of parents through her enormously successful parenting workshops and classes, Cindy Goldrich’s book is an instant classic.”

Edward Hallowell, MD, author of Driven to Distraction

“Parenting is hard enough—parenting a child with ADHD can be downright overwhelming. Cindy Goldrich has managed the Herculean task of distilling her decades of training and experience as a certified ADHD coach into one concise, easy-to-read ‘crash course’ for parents of a child with ADHD. Better than any other book I’ve read, it helps parents ‘see the world through the eyes of their child with ADHD.’ With warmth and wisdom, Goldrich teaches parents to deal with the myriad frustrations and challenges, create a loving, supportive relationship with their child, and get back to the rewarding aspects of parenting. This book will be a wonderful resource for parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, and clinicians alike for years to come.”

George Bush, MD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

“From its introductory explications to its in-depth discussions of treatment options and advice for the long-term, 8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD is a comprehensive guide that can be applied both at home and in the classroom. Written in a language that ensures accessibility without being disrespectful, this book assumes no previous experience and is well-suited for parents who are simply at their wits end.”  [read the entire review here]

—Kimberly Wang, somaticpsychotherapytoday.com

“With rates of ADHD reaching unprecedented numbers and treatment options heavily slanted toward medication, Cindy Goldrich’s new book, 8 Keys To Parenting Children With ADHD, is a welcome resource for any parent coping with an often frustrating condition. With myriad tips for parents — everything from how to talk to a child with ADHD to how to address the challenge of time schedules — Goldrich has a warm and encouraging tone that embodies exactly what she recommends parents use with their ADHD kids: a calm and steady presence.” [read the entire review here]

—Claire Nana, psychcentral.com

“This is the first book you want to read when navigating your way through the maze of parenting children with ADHD. Cindy Goldrich provides a clear, informative guide filled with valuable tips and tools. She blends her expertise in coaching and parenting to create a book you will use as a resource and a grounding tool from grade school through the teen years. Fantastic!”

Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, MCC, SCAC, BCC, JST Coaching & Training, Author of Empowering Youth With ADHD

“If your child has ADHD, ‘normal’ parenting strategies just won’t work. Cindy Goldrich, with wisdom based in both experience and research, lays out the system she’s created for parenting when ADHD makes it hard. She helps parents understand their ADHD children (there’s more to ADHD than you think!) and how to teach them the skills they’ll need to be successful in life. This book will be a revelation that you’ll want to read and share again and again.”

Sarah D. Wright, author of ADHD Coaching Matters: The Definitive Guide

“This book is a wise companion and personal coach for parents of children with ADHD. It’s educational, confidence-boosting, and filled with helpful guidance on how to give kids what they need most—acceptance, encouragement, and positive attention. Goldrich walks parents gently through the challenges and opportunities of parenting ‘the child you have’ and packs her book with an abundance of specialized resources. This is a must-read for parents who want the best for their child!”

Marilyn Price-Mitchell, PhD, developmental psychologist

“Respected coach and educator Cindy Goldrich has written a book chock-full of excellent ideas and suggestions to help manage children with ADHD. From her rich and extensive personal and professional experience, Goldrich provides insightful concepts, strategies, and resources not readily found in other texts. This book is an outstanding resource for parents, care givers, and anyone working or living with a person with ADHD.”

Donna Geffner, PhD, CCC-Sp/A, Professor and Director, St John’s University Speech and Hearing Center and Doctoral AuD program for the Long Island Consortium

“This book is a must for parents of children with ADHD. Cindy Goldrich guides parents on an insightful journey to understand their children and then build on that understanding with solid methodology and invaluable practical skills. Too many books try to ‘fix’ the challenges of an ADHD child, but what sets this book apart is the foundation of understanding which sets the stage for effective strategies to ‘parent the child you have.’ Thank you, Cindy Goldrich, for your insight and perspective!”

Robert M. Tudisco, Education Attorney, Disability Advocate, and adult diagnosed with ADHD

“An instruction manual for your child with ADHD! This book is a must read for every parent who wants to help his or her child succeed, and every parent who wants peace at home. Cindy Goldrich explains the neuroscience, outlines the problems, and provides specific advice, with examples, on how to help with homework, transitions, defiance, and bedtime. She provides valuable information, whether or not your child is on ADHD medication. I will definitely recommend this book to my patients.”

Kerry Fierstein, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Allied Physicians Group

1 thought on “Editorial Reviews of 8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD”

  1. This book is really a God sent. Reading it gave me such joy knowing that parents will be better able to maintain a more patient approach, when dealing with their child with this disorder. Frustrating as it is Love is a key factor for all parents and don’t forget a strong , loyal and respectful support team. Good luck in all your endeavors.

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