Dr. Frank Lawlis

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An inspiring and essential guide, The ADD Answer gives parents the tools to reclaim their central role in healing their child.  Dr. Lawlis' breakthrough solutions will help parents create an individualized, effective treatment strategy, and bring families closer together than they ever thought possible.

The ADD Answer offers advice and methods on:

  • The role of nutrition
  • Environmental modifications and bio-cleansing
  • Advances in biofeedback and neurotherapy
  • The positive effects of counseling and goal-setting
  • Crucial strategies to improve sleep
  • Getting effective help from schools, therapists, friends and family
  • The importance of engaging the family's beliefs and faith
  • And much more

"Most treatment plans for ADD focus too heavily on drugs, which can have unknown effects.  Dr. Lawlis's book is an essential resource for parents because it brings to light all of the proven alternatives.  I highly recommend it."

        --Larry Dossey, M.D., author of Healing Words and Reinventing Medicine

"Bravo!  This is THE book on ADD, with comprehensive approaches and clear information and strategies for teachers and parents.  The solutions for ADD and ADHD often become an endless search for parents.  Here, Frank Lawlis provides a superb broad-band orchestration for parents to help their children achieve physical, emotional and mental harmony."

        --Don Campbell, author of The Mozart Effect for Children

"If your child has been diagnosed with ADD, Dr. Lawlis will open the door to new paths of healing for you and your family, some of which you may never have considered before, or even known about. Using his groundbreaking recommendations, tools, and action plans, you will discover that there is now more hope than ever."
        --Maggie Greenwood-Robinson, Ph.D., author of 20/20 Thinking and coauthor of Power Eating

 

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Last modified: January 23, 2011

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