In this carefully curated series, internationally recognized authority on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD) in children and adults, Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D., joins ADHD coach Jeff Copper to discuss the science-based information on ADHD and how it translates into ADHD coaching. In each eBook, Barkley and Copper focus on a common theme for adults with ADHD.
ADHD comes with inherent challenges. There is nothing “wrong” with your brain; it is just that the ADHD brain is wired differently. By understanding how the ADHD brain works, you can understand “why” it behaves as it does so you can put your energy into managing the challenges by working with your ADHD and not against it. Purchase the individual eBooks described below or purchase the entire collection and take advantage of all the knowledge the series has to offer. See the cover page and profile information.
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Individual eBooks in the Collection
ADHD, Executive Function, and Self-Regulation
Released March 1, 2021
Is ADHD a deficit of attention? Shouldn’t it be? After all, deficit and attention are in the title. If ADHD is a deficit of attention, why can kids with ADHD play video games for hours? Why can adults surf the Internet for hours? The issue is not paying attention to the games or the Internet. The challenge is disengaging attention.
In this eBook, ADHD coach Jeff Copper talks with internationally recognized ADHD thought leader Dr. Russell Barkley on his revolutionary new construct, viewing ADHD as an executive functioning issue, which is largely a challenge of self-regulation. His new construct now explains in a revolutionary new way what the old model did not. If you’re struggling to manage ADHD via the deficit of attention model, read and reread this eBook to understand the fundamentals of ADHD so that you can pay attention to the right things to move yourself forward.
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ADHD and The Importance of Emotion
In our series collection of eBooks, Dr. Russell Barkley has shared his new construct of ADHD looking at ADHD as an executive functioning issue largely one of self-regulation. There are two things you need to regulate. One is attention; the other is emotion. Even though emotion was taken out of the ADHD diagnostic criteria around 1970, it still remains as researchers are finding it plays a big role in the challenges of ADHD.
In this eBook, ADHD coach Jeff Copper talks with internationally recognized ADHD thought leader Dr. Russell Barkley on his new ADHD construct and the role emotion plays in ADHD. If you have ADHD and are struggling with it, you need to understand the condition in this revolutionary new way and understand the role emotion plays. If you’re not addressing or managing emotions, you’re not addressing the entire problem.
Release Date: March 15, 2021
ADHD and Motivation: Understanding the Connection
In our series collection of eBooks, Dr. Russell Barkley has shared his new construct of ADHD, looking at it as an executive functioning issue, largely a challenge of self-regulation. The question is what is the connection between self-regulation and motivation for those with ADHD.
In this eBook, ADHD coach Jeff Copper talks with internationally recognized ADHD thought leader Dr. Russell Barkley on understanding the connection between ADHD and motivation. If you are impacted by ADHD, it is an eBook you will want to read and reread for the insights Dr. Barkley has on ADHD so you can manage it more effectively.
Release Date: March 29, 2021
Working Memory and ADHD: Your GPS In Life
In our series collection of eBooks, Dr. Russell Barkley has shared his new construct of ADHD, looking at it as an executive functioning issue, largely a challenge of self-regulation. While self-regulation plays an important role, working memory is also an executive function, and ADHD has a huge impact on working memory. In a sense, working memory is the elephant in the room.
In this eBook, ADHD coach Jeff Copper talks with world renowned ADHD expert Dr. Russell Barkley on what working memory is, its challenges, and its roles and the impact ADHD has on working memory. While working memory presents self-regulation challenges, it’s just not a focus issue. Relieve the burden on working memory, and those with ADHD can focus more easily. If you have ADHD and are struggling and don’t understand the role working memory plays, this eBook is one you should read and reread several times to digest the important components to shift your mindset to focus on the things that you need to do to manage your ADHD.
Release Date: April 12, 2021
ADHD, Self-Regulation, and Life Expectancy: A Public Health Problem
In our series collection eBooks, Dr. Russell Barkley has shared his new construct of ADHD looking at ADHD as an executive functioning issue largely one of self-regulation. In 2019 Dr. Barkley released new research and startling findings around the reduced life expectancy of those with ADHD.
In this eBook, ADHD coach Jeff Copper discusses the impact of self-regulation on life expectancy with world renowned ADHD thought leader Dr. Russell Barkley. They talk about research and the role self-regulation plays in reducing life expectancy. The research is sobering. The good news is that those with ADHD can do something about it. This is an eBook you should read and reread to understand self-regulation as a second-tier variable that drives many of the factors that impact life expectancy so you will understand how important it is to manage self-regulation and gain the promise and hope for the future.
Release Date: April 26, 2021