NEW FROM APA BOOKS
ADVICE FOR THOSE
WHOSE LOVED ONES
Psychologists who are working with clients whose loved ones have attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) now have a new resource:
“When an Adult You Love Has ADHD:
Professional Advice for Parents, Partners,
and Siblings” by Russell Barkley, PhD,
an internationally recognized expert on
ADHD and ADD.
The book discusses the diagnosis
of ADHD and how clients can help
determine if a spouse, partner, friend,
adult child, or sibling may have it. Topics
■ What health risks does ADHD
impose on those who have it?
■ Why am I feeling resentful toward my
loved one with ADHD?
■ What can I personally do to help my
loved one at home, at work, and in other
areas of life?
■ How can I avoid wasting time and
money on sham treatments?
■ What if my loved one doesn’t want help?
To learn more about the book, go to
www.apa.org and search for “When an
adult you love has ADHD.”
EARLY CAREER PSYCHOLOGISTS
STUDENT TO TEACHER
You’ve gotten your first academic job. How do you succeed from here? Guidance for and from
early career psychologists is now available
in a free book from APA’s Div. 2 (Society
for the Teaching of Psychology). “So
You Landed a Job—What’s Next?
Advice for Early Career Psychologists
from Early Career Psychologists” offers
key insights into how to:
■ Prepare for the first year as an assistant
■ Engage students in research at liberal
■ Understand your institution’s politics.
■ Navigate the tenure process.
■ Set up a lab.
■ Network within the field.
The book is edited by Jared Keeley,
PhD, Stephanie E. Afful, PhD, Jennifer J. Stiegler-Balfour, PhD, Jessica J.
Good, PhD, and Sadie Leder, PhD.
To download the book, go to the
APA Div. 2 website, www.teachpsych.
org, and search for “So you landed a job.”
–Compiled by Monitor staff
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