Dr. David Stein is professor of Psychology at Longwood College in Virginia. In addition to teaching, he has been a clinical practitioner, writer, researcher, and public speaker for over 25 years during which he has campaigned against the use of amphetamine drugs to treat children labeled ADD/ADHD. He is the author of many professional publications and scientific presentations, and has won numerous awards, including the 2000 Outstanding Teacher Award at Longwood College.
This book makes me sick to my stomach. Very judgemental and rough. I don't believe in medication but I don't believe in these methods either. Read morePublished 10 days ago by S. Porter
A great book that may change your view of ADHD permanently. I don't think I fully agree with the author's parenting style, but his analysis on the overprescription of adderall and... Read morePublished 12 months ago by John
Finally, a solution!
As a practicing psychologist for 30 years, I have read this book and recognized that this book is an anser to my prayers. Read more
This book rejects the ADD/ADHD diagnosis in favor of a diagnosis of "highly misbehaving" and basically advocates behavior modification through punishment. Read morePublished on October 22, 2008 by Silicon Valley Girl
This book changed our family. If you're willing to work hard, change as a parent, and truly see the changes you want in your family, this is the book for you. Read morePublished on March 23, 2006 by S. Sites
What an amazing book!!!!!!!!!!!!! My life and my child's behavior has changed so dramatically!! The book states that you will see results in 2 weeks, we saw results in one!!! Read morePublished on March 15, 2006 by Rachelle K
"If you're going to err then err on the side of toughness"(p166)
"Do not give warning"
Have you ever known a really hyper and misbehaving child who you... Read more
My wife and I read Dr. Stein's books outlining his CSP program because our 8 year old son had a number of behavioral issues, at home and at school, that made some of his teachers... Read morePublished on November 25, 2003 by C. Morris
I found this book VERY disturbing. I understand that there are two views about wether or not to medicate children diagnosed with ADHD... Read morePublished on March 21, 2002 by E. Madigan