The Holistic Solution To ADHD
will teach you 15 powerful practices and tools specifically for Adult A.D.H.D..
The term ‘Holistic’ does not mean a touchy-feely, New Age approach. It means Mind and Body. It’s about taking a multi-modal approach. A personalized collection of mutually-supporting practices to power you through any and every challenge.
This is about having as many options as possible. A holistic approach means you are open to all modalities. You’re not stuck with one, you’re open to anything that can help
The beauty of the Holistic approach is that you use the methods that work for you and drop the ones you don’t like. Eventually, as your abilities improve, you can drop some strategies, add in new ones, or modify them to suit your needs.
You’ll learn about a wide range of tools that you can draw upon, depending on the situation or the challenge.
As well you’re learn:
- How do find a doctor who understands ADHD.
- The problem of Compliance with any strategy or tool is doubly difficult with ADHD.
- How to get maximum value from a Certified ADHD Coach or a Support Group or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
- Why a traditional Therapist who doesn’t understand ADHD can be dangerous.
- Diet, Exercise, and other Lifestyle issues. What helps? What doesn’t?
Bonus: host Rick Green lays out 10 Simple Tricks to get things done, overcome procrastination, stay on track, and actually enjoy getting organized!
This is a video you’ll refer to again and again.
It lays out the tools and practices that are proven work for adults with ADHD. As well, you’ll learn which popular ‘solutions’ or ‘treatments’ do not make a measureable, sustainable difference.
Frustrated because your doctor doesn’t really think ADHD is a problem for adults, or realizes it is a real disorder but doesn’t really know what to do about it? Tap into the knowledge of 20 Doctors, Coaches, and other specialist who do know what you can use, starting now, and moving forward.
If you are skeptical about medication or ‘treatment’ and want to look at a wider range of approaches, this video lays out various methods to achieve success. The beauty of the Holistic approach is that it is not a program. There are 13 ways you can attack your A.D.H.D. you don’t need to follow them sequentially, you don’t need to do them all. Try the ones that interest you, skip the others.
- “To me it encompasses a lot of things including medication, but certainly not only that. Some people see a naturopath or do a number of diet things that seem to help, in other people it doesn’t but I don’t think it’s just go to the naturopath and that’s all that you do because you’re missing part of the picture. “ Dr. David Pomeroy, Bellevue Clinic
- “The only reason to take on treatment is to improve your life. So that your more effective, more confident, you can deliver on what you want to do, on what’s important to you. At home, at work, with friends” Host Rick Green
- “If it isn’t illegal, immoral, or life threatening, do it” Dr. Allan Donsky
- When you see your doctor because you’re struggling… “You’re not saying ‘I have ADHD.’ You’re saying ‘I have a problem in getting my job done. I have a problem in keeping my house clean. Or managing my finances.’” Dr. Margaret Weiss
- (FAMILY DOCTORS) “They can recognize ADHD, and they’re okay these days that it exists. They’re at a loss for what to do.” Stephen Kurtz
- “We strongly suspect that combined treatment is really the treatment of choice for almost all patients.” Dr. Steven Kurtz
- “When I say ‘mindfulness’ they think of Tibetan guys in a lotus position, and that’s not what it’s about. It’s the ability to have self-regulation, you can pause to pay attention to what you are paying attention to, and then ask how is what I am paying attention to serving me” David Giwerc
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy:“You don’t work at it, fight through it, or endure it, you simply see it from a fresh perspective.” Rick Green
- “Humorous & insightful! Great job TotallyADD!” Deb Rowley, Psychotherapist & ADHD Coach
- “Wow. There is so much helpful information here and there is no pity party.” – Krista
- “This video shows all the other things you can do to manage your ADHD besides taking meds. Funny, it doesn’t feel like nagging when this video tells me to go out and walk every day, go to bed at a regular time, and talk to someone instead of just stewing in my own juices.” – DM
- “A complete review of all the known solutions to managing ADHD by a great many experts in the field. It comes with a great bonus of 10 simple strategies to manage ADHD.” – Linda Walker, ADHD Coach
- “The videos discuss many different avenues to treat ADHD that compliment medication—different types of psychotherapy, coaching, support groups, meditation, sleep, nutrition, and the list goes on! Humorous & insightful! Great job TotallyADD!”
– Deb Rowley, Psychotherapist & ADHD Coach
- Lenard Adler – Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, NYU
- David Pomeroy – ADD Center of Bellevue, Washington
- William Pelham – Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry, State University of New York.
- Allan Donsky – Psychiatrist, Calgary
- Annick Vincent, Centre Medical L’Hetriere, Clinique FOCUS, Quebec
- Kate Kelly, Author: You Mean I’m Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?!
- Margaret Weiss, Weis Clinic for ADHD Care, Vancouver.
- Derryck Smith, Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, UBC
- Gina Pera, Author: Is it You, Me, or Adult A.D.D.?
- Steven Kurtz, Child Mind Institute, New York
- Linda Walker, Professional ADHD Coach
- Stephanie Sarkis, Author: ADD and Your Money
- Jeffrey Katz, Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychologist
- Anthony Rostain, Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, University of Pennsylvania
- Dr Ari Tuckman, Author: More Attention, Less Deficit
- Melissa Orlov, Author: The ADHD Effect on Marriage
- Theodore Mandelkorn, Puget Sound Behavioral Medicine
- Edward Hallowell, Author: Delivered from Distraction
- David Teplin, Adult Clinical Psychologist, Toronto
- Kathleen Nadeau, Psychologist & Director of Chesapeake Psychological Services
- Jennifer Koretsky, Senior Certified ADHD Coach
- John Ratey, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
- Don Baker, ADHD Therapist, Seattle, Washington
- Miglena Grigorova, Clinical Neuropsychologist, Montreal
- Lidia Zylowska, Author: The Mindfulness Prescription for Adult ADHD
- David Giwerc, Founder – ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA)
- Declan Quinn, Head of Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Saskatchewan
- Laurie Dupar, ADHD Coach and Specialist
- Barbara Luther, Master Certified coach, Owner, Wind Beneath Your WIngs