ADHD: What The Now Effect Can Do for You – Part II by ZOË KESSLER, BA, B.ED.

Yesterday, in ADHD: What The Now Effect Can Do for You – Part I, I began my conversation with Dr. Elisha Goldstein, author of the recently published The Now Effect. Our conversation continues as we explore how Goldstein’s new book might help those of us struggling to manage our ADHD symptoms.

ADHD: What The Now Effect Can Do for You – Part I by ZOË KESSLER, BA, B.ED.

As mindfulness meditation is seen to be an effective treatment for ADHD (when included in a multimodal approach), I decided to speak with Goldstein to find out if his latest book has something to offer those of us with ADHD.

Dr. Jon Kabat Zinn speaks about his experience at the UvA treatment centre for parent and child and the mindfulness training for children and parents.