VICTORY OVER ADHD: a holistic approach for helping children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

! VICTORY OVER ADHD: a holistic approach for helping children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ✓ PDF Download by * Deborah Merlin eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. VICTORY OVER ADHD: a holistic approach for helping children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder They also present exciting and innovative approaches to help overcome this disorder that includes chelation therapy, amino acid therapy, the HANDLE approach to analyzing neurological deficiencies, kinesiology and emotional freedom techniques, and more. This story is about a mothers personal journey to find non-invasive, alternative medical treatments for her twin sons who suffered from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) since birth. The information she shares presents a holistic a

VICTORY OVER ADHD: a holistic approach for helping children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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Rating : 4.10 (757 Votes)
Asin : 1570672342
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 208 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-09-21
Language : English

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"The Best Book on ADHD" according to TJ. VICTORY OVER ADHD: a holistic approach for helping children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity DisorderI'm an adult with ADHD and I have been researching the disorder for many years. I have compiled much of the information at my website adhdawareness.com. I get authors that send me their materials and it sits on the shelf until I decide to read it.Deborah sent me her book, Victory Over ADHD and to me, it was just another one of those books I didn't want to read. It sat on the shelf for 6 months. One day I decided to start reading it.I was amazed that it had additional information that I didn't even. K Kelly said I'm afraid I was quite disappointed. I was extremely disappointed with this book. The reviews made it seem like it would be a comprehensive resource for parents of ADHD children, but I found it to be mostly anecdotal stories and essays on possible treatments written by practitioners (with the practitioners' websites often advertised alongside their essay).I ended up skipping ahead once I realized the first half of the book was a week by week, year by year, chronicle of every single step of the author's children's health challenges. And while I was/am sympathetic, it was really tedious to muddle through the ins and outs of children with . Valuable and relevant I offer this book to client-families because (1) the author's personal experience validates willgness to seek more than conventional medical advice when problems persist and (2) she enlists expertise from multiple perspectives. The book's entire second section consists of chapters detailing alternatives to consider. It happens that one of those chapters is about the therapy practice I offer, namely the Holistic Approach to NeuroDevelopment and Learning Efficiency (HANDLE), but that's not what I refer client-families to. They get all about that from me. I refer them to the nutritional and environmenta

They also present exciting and innovative approaches to help overcome this disorder that includes chelation therapy, amino acid therapy, the HANDLE approach to analyzing neurological deficiencies, kinesiology and emotional freedom techniques, and more. This story is about a mother's personal journey to find non-invasive, alternative medical treatments for her twin sons who suffered from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) since birth. The information she shares presents a holistic ap

"What makes a book good is the relevance of the message, authenticity of information, and the passion of the author that lives on its pages. It offers comfort, inspiration, and hope to parents who are struggling to find solutions for this troubling disorder." Cathy Devos-Bailey, director and founder of York Region Group for Parents of ADHD Children in Ontario, Canada --Back Cover Endorsement"As a leader of a support group for parents of children with ADHD, Deborah's book is the first one I recommend that parents read. It offers comfort, inspiration, and hope to parents who are struggling to find solutions for this troubling

Deborah coordinated presentations at hospitals to educate pediatricians on early intervention services and resources for children at risk from infancy to three years of age. She has also been a guest speaker on radio programs to promote early intervention. Deborah Merlin has dedicated over fifteen years to being an advocate for her children's special needs. . To find alternative ways to heal her children she attended alternative

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