Item description for When Too Much Isn't Enough: Ending the Destructive Cycle of AD/HD and Addictive Behavior by Wendy Richardson...
Overview Richardson compassionately speaks to those who have ADHD and overindulge in food, drugs, alcohol, and addictive behaviors such as gambling, spending, and sexual addiction. She explains the scientific data to provide clear, tangible answers.
Publishers Description This insightful book takes a thorough look at the link between AD/HD and addiction and offers tips on how to combat its devastating effects. Discover how the latest research underscores the importance of treating both the AD/HD and the addiction in order to ensure a full recovery.
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Studio: Pinon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.96" Width: 6.08" Height: 0.59" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Feb 27, 2005
Publisher Pinon Press
ISBN 1576836312 ISBN13 9781576836316
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More About Wendy Richardson
Wendy Richardson, MA, MFT, CAS, author of The Link Between ADD and Addiction and Getting the Help You Deserve, is a licensed marriage, family therapist and a certified addiction specialist who has worked in addiction treatment since 1974. She is a nationally recognized expert on ADHD and co-occurring addictions, eating disorders, and criminal behavior. Wendy also has a private counseling practice in Soquel, California.
Wendy Richardson currently resides in Soquel.
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Reviews - What do customers think about When Too Much Isn't Enough: Ending the Destructive Cycle of AD/HD and Addictive Behavior?
Quick Read - Very Concise - Good Info Jun 19, 2008
I read through this book in about an afternoon. The author does a fabulous job of telling you what parts you need to read and which you don't, depending on what type of AD/HD you have and what possible addictions you may also have. In addition she presents the information very clearly and includes a lot of information not discussed in detail elsewhere.
Breakthru Book - Ahead of its time!!! Dec 7, 2006
Wendy Richardson needs to find a larger audience for her work - the information is invaluable. This is one of my favorite books of all time. I have bought extra copies to give away to people in the field that need to understand the link between biology and addiction. 6 stars... BRAVO!!!!
excellent!! Jul 19, 2006
This book answers all the of questions I had about my close friend. It is a great source of knowledge and gives inspiration to getting the help you need.
This is a really important book for people to read Jun 30, 2005
I see the devastating effects of AD/HD and addiction every day in my private psychotherapy practice. The GREAT NEWS is: THERE IS HOPE! Wendy Richardson presents crucial information about the connections between AD/HD and addictive behaviors (not just drugs and alcohol) in an easy read that is both enlightening and encouraging. This book presents the perfect balance between scientific facts and gentle words of encouragement. Ms. Richardson is very clear in making certain that the reader is not left with just information about the connection between AD/HD and addictive behaviors. She also provides the reader with valuable, "ready to use today," suggestions of what can be done right now to start the healing process. "When Too Much Is Not Enough" is the book to read - for individuals struggling with addiction, their family members, and everyone in the helping professions. Jonathan Scott Halverstadt, MS, LMFT
A must have for your AD/HD Library May 20, 2005
Wendy Richardson once again writes an imformative and helpful book about AD/HD and addiction. This book delves deep into addictive behaviors that many adults with AD/HD face. This book isn't just about well known addictions like drugs and gambling. It discusses every day things like shopping, food, and the internet. Wendy also provides helpful ways to deal with AD/HD and addictive behaviors.