ADHD Resources

Books Recommended by FFP Therapists

Book Cover: ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life

Judith Kolberg

Kathleen G Nadeau, Ph.D

Book Cover: ADD Quick Tips

Carla Crutsinger

Debra Moore

Cindy Goldrich

Janet E. Heininger, Ph.D

Sharon K. Weiss, M.Ed.

Articles by FFP Counselors

Father and son on a bench in the gymnasium

Teen Suicide Myths and Facts

Parenting tweens and teens comes with its own set of challenges, and one of the more daunting parts is navigating the topic of suicide. We

Mother and daughter using a tablet.

Screen Time and Kids: Striking the Right Balance for Healthy Development

Recognizing the difference between feelings of worry and chronic anxiety in children can be difficult. Children experience a wide range of emotions and may feel overwhelmed by school, extracurricular activities, and more. This article offers tips on recognizing childhood anxiety and suggestions on treating it.

Kids playing soccer.

Is it good for my child to play sports?

The decision to enroll children in sports has its pros and cons. There are risks of injuries and added stress. Nevertheless, participating in sports has many benefits that may be worth considering. This article answers some questions and concerns about children playing sports.

External Website Recommendations

These resources contain multiple articles, screenings, and tips for parents on pediatric and adolescent ADHD.

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This site offers access to parent resources and education. They also host regular events. offers resources, courses and coaching for parents.