'How NOT to Murder Your ADHD Kid - Instead Learn to be Your Child's Own ADHD Coach!'

'How NOT to Murder Your ADHD Kid - Instead Learn to be Your Child's Own ADHD Coach!'

Desperate for help with your ADHD children?

Tearing your hair out trying to understand why they don’t react or behave like other kids?

Wanting to do the right thing – but not a clue what that is?

Help is at hand! Sarah Templeton, a therapist with ADHD herself, has written this book after working with 100’s of ADHD parents from all over the UK, who have told her “if only I’d known all this stuff while they were growing up”.

Well now all this information is in one place – in an easy-to-read format. Skip straight to whatever issue you’re struggling with right now. Space to make notes of what works and what doesn’t (handy for when Granny’s babysitting or they go to Dad’s for the weekend) and real-life examples of what worked, what didn’t, and why.

Desperate for help with your ADHD children?

Tearing your hair out trying to understand why they don’t react or behave like other kids?

Wanting to do the right thing – but not a clue what that is?

Help is at hand! Sarah Templeton, a therapist with ADHD herself, has written this book after working with 100’s of ADHD parents from all over the UK, who have told her “if only I’d known all this stuff while they were growing up”.

Well now all this information is in one place – in an easy-to-read format. Skip straight to whatever issue you’re struggling with right now. Space to make notes of what works and what doesn’t (handy for when Granny’s babysitting or they go to Dad’s for the weekend) and real-life examples of what worked, what didn’t, and why.

 

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Recommended by ADHD psychiatrists, ADHD paediatricians, SEN teachers, ADHD parents and ADHD teenage clients

For anyone coming into contact with ADHD kids including mums, dads, brothers, sisters, nans, grandads, uncles and aunties and professionals

Find out where your Child’s ADHD came from

Find out about the three different kinds of ADHD

Discover the 30+ ADHD traits nobody ever told you about

Learn how to best handle 30+ situations you may well find yourself in with your ADHD child

Help decide whether an ADHD Coach, Counsellor or CBT therapist is best for your child

Read real life examples where therapeutic strategies and different ways of doing things have turned ADHD houses of horror into oasis of calm and serenity

Ensure your child is successful in life and doesn’t end up an addict, homeless or in prison

Recommended by ADHD psychiatrists, ADHD paediatricians, SEN teachers, ADHD parents and ADHD teenage clients

For anyone coming into contact with ADHD kids including mums, dads, brothers, sisters, nans, grandads, uncles and aunties and professionals

Find out where your Child’s ADHD came from

Find out about the three different kinds of ADHD

Discover the 30+ ADHD traits nobody ever told you about

Learn how to best handle 30+ situations you may well find yourself in with your ADHD child

Help decide whether an ADHD Coach, Counsellor or CBT therapist is best for your child

Read real life examples where therapeutic strategies and different ways of doing things have turned ADHD houses of horror into oasis of calm and serenity

Testimonials

I just cried reading the references at the beginning of the book! Am in bits!!
We have just been given a prescription for my daughter, so the chapter on medication was so helpful.
This book is awesome and am recommending it to all the parents with ADHD kids.
I am still reading it and learning such a lot, it is so helpful.

Mum, ADHD daughter, 8

Understanding ADHD has brought enormous peace to me as a mum and wife to an ADHD adult & two kids.

In recent months, my 9 year old son has been experiencing increased anxiety, emotional outbursts, over-reaction and complaining that he finds school boring and keeps getting told off by his teacher.

The GP suggested we find him a therapist and I found a local one. From the first session, she commented “she’d be happy to still see him but that she didn’t think she was right for him and that ADHD is something we should consider looking at”

At the same time, my husband who has been living with high-functioning anxiety (unbeknown to me) which in recent years has been getting worse, started to see the same therapist. She also mentioned ADHD to him. This was building to a perfect storm!

As an avid listener of audio books I happened to discover via my searches, the book ‘HOW NOT TO MURDER YOUR ADHD KID – INSTEAD LEARN TO BE YOUR CHILD’S OWN ADHD COACH‘.

I almost listened to the book in one sitting! It was truly profound as it described exactly another of my children! I have to say I did cry because, whilst it was a long series of lightbulb moments, I felt so guilty that my child had struggled through secondary school, that I had saddled him with a very flaky counsellor who really didn’t get him, and angry also that a school, who had picked up on his short-term memory problems, had never once suggested ADHD.

It is from this book, which I have listened to numerous times now, recommended to EVERYONE, including my 9 year old’s school, I found ‘Headstuff ADHD Therapy‘. I can say honestly, as a family, our experience with them has been life changing.

My husband is now diagnosed, starting medication and has Greg as his Coach, who he describes as “one of the most decent human beings he has ever met”.

My 9 year old has gone through an ADHD/ASD Pre- assessment with Kelly, which highlighted other possible neuro-diversities we’d not considered. We will soon be going to see a Paediatrician to get the formal diagnosis and hopefully start medication to help calm that overly busy but clever brain of his!

The pre-assessment with Kelly was very insightful and continued to trigger more light bulb moments. Kelly handled my son brilliantly, negotiating with him for his time and attention to get the information she needed. You can see why the Headstuff team having ADHD themselves is so important. The report back was detailed but easy to read and the school very appreciative of it. My son now knows he has this superpower, which he’s OK with although would prefer teleporting as his superpower!

My husband feels liberated and a lot calmer and happier. As for me, I am relieved and thrilled to have all this information, and empowered to help my perfect little family be the best versions of themselves. 🙏  x

Mum, ADHD daughter, 8

Your book Sarah is revelationary and I have already bought 4 and recommended it in 6 other directions.  It is amazingly helpful, engaging to read and is going to impact so many, many lives.

Mum, ADHD Daughter, 22