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ADHD: Deceptive Diagnosis [Paperback]

By David M. Tyler (Author) & Kurt P. Grady (Author)
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Pages   182
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9.5" Width: 6" Height: 0.5"
Weight:   0.7 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Sep 1, 2008
Publisher   FOCUS PUBLISHING #30
ISBN  1885904703  
EAN  9781885904706  

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Christian parents of children labeled ADHD will find this book helpful in learning what the Bible has to say about these behaviors, and how to help children change. You may be saying, "I have tried everything." Perhaps you have not tried what is written in these pages .

Publishers Description
This book is about giving hope. It is for Christian parents who are floundering in the quagmire of unbiblical and contradictory ideas concerning ADD/ADHD. It presents the principles of biblical parenting as they pertain to the behaviors associated with ADHD. This book presents what the Bible has to say about these behaviors and how to help children change.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Dr. Tyler is Director of Gateway Biblical Counseling and Training Center in Fairview Heights, IL., and a member of several biblical counseling associations. He is author of Deceptive Diagnosis: When Sin is Called Sickness and several other publications.

David M. Tyler currently resides in Fairview Heights. David M. Tyler was born in 1951.

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A review from the trenches...  Jul 29, 2009
I am a licensed therapist in practice for 18 years and I have been a Christian for 32 years. I believe with all my heart that God led me into this ministry. I have worked with a number of children and adults over the years that have been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. It is true, some of these ADD/ADHD behaviors are simply about lack of discipline. However, many of them are undoubtedly attributed to problems with biology/physiology, as evidenced by the fact that when the diet and health habits change, so does behavior! Please note that some of the newer neuroimaging tools (SPECT scans and Qualitative EEG) allow us to see that the brain mappings and brainwave patterns of an ADD/ADHD person are definitely different than a person who does not have this same behavioral disorder. Some, doctors are saying that these tests offer proof of diagnosis, others disagree. Either way, it is most definitely a significant finding and one that should not be overlooked when discussing this particular diagnosis! In my opinion, making a blanket statement that suggests that ADD/ADHD is sinful behavior is unconscionable and irresponsible. Stating that ADD/ADHD is born out of sin is like saying that major physical diseases, like multiple sclerosis or cancers, are caused by sin! How much better off would we all be if we helped those who struggle with deficit areas of behavior (like encouraging stronger parenting skills and appropriate behavior in children) than to simply "throw stones" by calling certain disorders manifestations of sin. I am not trying to absolve people of personal responsibility and obedience to God and His word, I am simply stating that it seems that we do more harm than good by indicting someone with the label of sinner than by looking at the possibility that there are bona fide disorders, both physical and mental that have more to do with being in a human body than with being a sinner. It's cruel to saddle someone who cannot help a physiological condition with the label of sinner. The term "sinner" implies that the person only need turn from their sinful ways, repent and change their behaviors to affect sustaining change. If this were true, than people with ADD/ADHD would be able to simply change their "sinful behaviors and attitudes" and their condition would be healed. This is simply NOT realistic. Might it help? Sure, some of the hallmark modes of successfully treating ADD/ADHD is to help children identify behaviors that are hindering them and to change them, help parents learn more effective parenting strategies and behavioral reinforcements. However, those treatment interventions at times only serve to help the person better function in their environment, it does not wipe out all existence of the disorder. Those in the mental health community are not looking to the ADD/ADHD diagnosis as a label to "excuse" behavior as the authors suggest, but rather look to the series of diagnostic behaviors as a way of better understanding overall behavior. When we better understand the behaviors we can then make positive movement toward treating the condition and helping the person to gain better self-control over their own life, character, and personality. I could be wrong here, but it seems to me that this is a more productive use of my God-given talents: to help someone isolate an issue and then to help them overcome that issue. If I may be so bold, I would encourage the authors of this book to handle the topic of mental health issues with a bit more compassion and understanding than has been demonstrated in their writings. After all, isn't that the model of behavior toward one another that Jesus gave us?
ADHD Must Read for Parents  Dec 6, 2008
This book deals with the deceptive ADHD diagnosis. It offers parents and others dealing with these children true hope through biblical counseling. It reveals the roots of the ADHD behaviors and the alternative to medication. A must read.

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