Book Recommendations

For understanding Executive Function Disorder and ADHD

The Executive Functioning Workbook for Teens

Sharon A. Hansen

A professionally licensed school counselor, Sharon Hansen provides an evidence-based, practical workbook for teens who struggle with executive function skills. There is a chapter dedicated to each of ten areas of executive function disorder, and is designed to assist teenagers improve these skills. It's also a great resource for teachers and parents struggling to help their teenagers.

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Brain Hacks: Life-Changing Strategies to Improve Executive Functioning

Lara Honos-Webb PhD

Dr. Lara Honos-Webb is a clinical psychologist and draws on her experience to explain executive functioning skills and solutions. She explores five core areas, provides self-assessments to help readers understand their own weaknesses, and strategies for overcoming executive function disorder. The book has exercises to strengthen skills and apply them to everyday situations. The goal is for readers to begin controlling their brain, rather than controlled by their brain.

Smart But Scattered Teens: The Executive Skills Program for Helping Teens Reach Their Potential

Richard Guare, Peg Dawson, and Colin Guare

A great guide for parents who often find their children suffers from procrastination or other signs of executive function disorder. It provides positive ways to improving their executive function skills.