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With the course you get thirty days of tools, tips and techniques emailed to you every day. This content also lives online. You can access this via audio as well. Finally, you also will be placed with a group of others that join at the same time and your team will receive one video conference call with Dr. Sachs for a Q & A session.
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Of course you can’t cure Adult ADD, and certainly not in thirty days. But in thirty days you will receive a roadmap to change. This program is just the beginning of a lifetime of learning about your unique symptoms. In thirty days you will learn what critical areas of your life need more attention.
I am not anti-medication and know that it can be very helpful in some cases. I have seen though that many clients stop taking their ADD medication after the initial excitement. Most stopped because of the negative side effects. If no behavioral skills were learned, then the person is no better off than before they went on meds. That is why I am a bigger supporter of behavioral interventions.