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ADHD Grown Up : Evaluation, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Adolescents and Adults
Young, Joel L., MD
Norton Professional Books / Hardcover / 2006-06-01 / 0393704688
price: $27.50 (may be subject to change)
256 pages
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The past several years have seen an explosion of ADHD discussion, inclusing its validity as a true illness, the diagnostic process, and hte impact of ADHD on individuals and their families. Despite this awareness, many healthcare providers and the general public continue to underestimate the significance of ADHD as a life long condition. Unlike many childhood medical conditions, most children with ADHD do not outgrow their symptoms. 6-9% of all American children are diagnosed with ADHD and 40-70% will have symptoms that persist into adulthood. This leaves us with a myriad of unanswered questions about the trajectory of ADHD from childhood to adulthood as well as the various implications of ADHD both treated and untreated, in adolescence and adulthood.

In this book, Dr. Young, a psychiatrist who has been treating and researching ADHD for more than 15 years, takes a comprehensive look at ADHD in adults. Dr. Young addresses the various aspects of the disorder in adolescence and adulthood, including: the initial presentation, the diagnostic process, common co-occorring disorders, treatments for ADHD, and the many social, relational and health corollaries that adult ADHD brings about. Unlike much of the existing literature, Dr. Young's focus is on the implications of this diagnosis in adolescents and adults. He uses clinical examples in order to outline various points, as well as offering useful tables and various screening tools to provide a better understaning of the most pertinent questions related to this disorder.

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"[A] superb clinical treatise -- a state-of-the-art overview of the many facets of ADHD after childhood... [E]mpathetic, patient-focused, and solidly grounded in the medical model of psychiatry." -- Martin W. Wetzel, MD, Assistant Professor, UNMC Department of Psychiatry

"[A]n invaluable addition to the literature on adults and adolescents living with these challenges." -- Sari Solden, MS, LMFT

"[A] wealth of information for not only diagnosis and treatment, but what really works for ongoing management and personal success." -- Terry M. Dickson, MD, Board of Directors, The Attention Deficit Disorder Association

Part One: Diagnosing ADHD in Adolescents and Adults
1 The Diagnostic Screening Process
2 Coping with Comorbidities in Treatment
3 The Hyperactive Impulsive Type
4 Reasons for Misdiagnosis
5 Patients with Inattentive
Part 2: ADHD Client Populations
Introduction Part II, A Janetian Psychology of Action
6 Diagnosing Adolescents
7 Gender Issues
8 Treating Challenging Patients
Part 3: Medical and Psychological Aspects of ADHD Treatment
9 Medications
10 Psychotherapy, Coaching, and Other Techniques
11 ADHD, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain and Associated Syndromes
Appendix A. Self-Evaluation Questions
Appendix B. Adult Self-Report Scale
Appendix C. Symptom Checklist

About the Author:
Joel L. Young, M.D. is Medical Director of the Rochester Center for Behavioral Medicine ( He is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and holds added qualifications in Geriatric and Forensic Psychiatry. In addition, he is a diplomate of the American Board of Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. young writes frequently about mental health issues and has served as the primary investigator for a number of antidepressant and ADHD medication trials. He and his wife Mindy are reasing their three children in the suburbs of Detroit.

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