Long Island, NY (PRWEB) October 06, 2011
Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M., ACAC, Owner of PTS Coaching, is a co-author in The ADHD Awareness Book Project: 365 Ways to Succeed with ADHD, a collaborative book, aimed at providing a unique one-of-a-kind resource for people with ADHD and increasing the awareness of ADHD worldwide. More than 80 co-authors and ADHD experts such as Cindy Goldrich have come together to share their best tips and strategies to succeed with ADHD.
The book features strategies and tips for parents of children with ADHD who want to help them succeed; teenagers and college students with ADHD who are tasked with not only succeeding academically, but also transitioning successfully into the college experience; and adults with ADHD who wish to become more organized, productive, and successful in their personal and professional lives.
Ms. Goldrich’s contribution to the book centers on parenting strategies that will create what is referred to as “sustainable motivation,” by reinforcing behaviors and emotions that are the cornerstones of successful learning for children with ADHD. In addition, she offers practical advice that can be implemented immediately by parents that will create the right environment in which learning and performance can improve. For example, creative ways to engage children in a learning process that will improve skills such as memorizing facts and definitions are shared.
When Ms. Goldrich, a certified ADHD coach serving Long Island and New York, was invited to contribute to the book, there was a natural fit between the book’s theme and her own coaching philosophy, which centers on a collaborative process and practical, hands on strategies that can really make a difference on a daily basis. According to Ms. Goldrich, “This hands-on guide shows us how powerful it can be when the health and education fields come together and leverage their collective experiences and knowledge to help an important cause. I support the book’s comprehensive approach to addressing ADHD challenges and I am pleased to be part of such a unique writing and development process.”
Whether someone in your family or network has ADHD or if you are experiencing the challenges of ADHD, you can order a copy of the book directly through Cindy by emailing cindy(at)PTScoaching.com. Pricing is very modest. Cindy’s website, http://www.PTScoaching.com, is also a helpful resource with free articles on a variety of topics related to parenting and ADHD.