Useful Resources

There is a great deal of useful material about ADHD online, in books and via support groups. Here are some resources we have picked out….do let us know if you come across anything you think we should add to the list.


Finally….research we can trust in ADHD

Unfortunately, the internet is chock full of misleading and scary information about ADHD, even reputable sites seem to have struggled to separate good quality research and evidence-based information from bias and supposition. Check out this international consensus review of all available published data. Keep it on your desktop for when you read something scary…

Dr. Dodson’s Fascinating Presentation on RSD Treatments

ADDvantage | ADHD Hypnosis

We highly recommend hypnotherapy in adults and children with ADHD, particularly as an adjunct to medication.

https://www.addvantagehypnotherapy.co.uk/

YouTube

ADHD/ADD symptoms explained

Jessica McCabe – What is ADHD

ADHD – Not Just for Kids (Adult ADHD Documentary) | Only Human

Some Suggested Reading

  • Taking Charge of Adult ADHD, Russell Barkley
  • ADD-Friendly Ways to Organise Your Life, Judith Kolberg
  • More Attention, Less Deficit: Success Strategies for Adults with ADHD, Ari Tuckman
  • Driven to Distraction (Revised): Recognising and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder, Edward Hallowell and John R. Ratey
  • The ADHD Effect on Marriage: Understand and Rebuild Your Relationship in Six Steps, Melissa Orlov and Edward Hallowell
  • Your Life Can Be Better, Using Strategies for Adult ADD/ADHD, Douglas Puryear
  • You Mean I’m Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?!: The Classic Self-help Book for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder, Kate Kelly; and Peggy Ramundo
  • ADHD in Adults – A Psychological Guide to Practice, Susan Young and Jessica Bramham.