Lara Honos-Webb is a worldwide ADD expert and offers ADD coaching. She is an expert contributor to the website Sharecare.com, founded by Dr. Mehmet Oz in partnership with Harpo Studies and Sony Pictures, to improve health and wellness. She is a clinical psychologist and author of The Gift of ADHD, The Gift of ADHD Activity Book, The Gift of Adult ADD, The ADHD Workbook for Teens and Listening to Depression: How Understanding Your Pain Can Heal Your Life.
Her work has been featured in Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, Prevention Magazine, The Chicago Tribune and Publisher’s Weekly as well as newspapers across the country and local and national radio and television. Honos-Webb completed a two-year postdoctoral research fellowship at University of California, San Francisco, and has been an assistant professor teaching graduate students. She has published more than 25 scholarly articles.
“This book will encourage your brain and your soul. Honos-Webb will show you how to find the promise in attention deficit disorder (ADD) and powerful tools for managing the pitfalls.”
—Daniel G. Amen, MD, founder and director of Amen Clinics and author of Healing ADD
"Go ahead and put these practical guidelines to work. Then you can smile at the miracle of wonderful transformation in you, in your child's ADHD, and especially in your child. Thank you, Dr. Honos-Webb, for your gift to what ADHD can be."
—Alvin R. Mahrer, Ph.D., professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Ottawa, Canada, and author of The Complete Guide to Experiential Psychotherapy
"This much needed addition to the literature is a must-read for all who are struggling with depression."
—Mira Kirshenbaum, author of The Emotional Energy Factor and Everything Happens for a Reason
"Lara Honos-Webb shows us how the demands of a global and digital culture may make the signature traits of ADD—inventiveness, need for stimulation, and interpersonal intuition—in high demand."
—Daniel H. Pink, author of A Whole New Mind
"This thought-provoking workbook offers teens confidence, reassurance, motivation, and insight. Thank you, Lara Honos-Webb, for letting teenagers know that ADHD is a gift that is full of opportunities. It's a message teens with ADHD deserve."
—Robin Goldstein, Ph.D., faculty member at Johns Hopkins University and author of The New Baby Answer Book