Dr. Sachs’ Books

Here are the books that Dr. Sachs has written, all sold on Amazon.com

Adult ADD book

The Adult ADD Solution: A 30 Day Holistic Roadmap to Overcoming Adult ADD/ADHD

In the Adult ADD Solution, Dr. Sachs offer “work-arounds” — field-tested tools, tips and techniques that work for adults with ADD and take into account the unique way that adults with ADD and ADHD approach life.

Dr. Sachs believes in a holistic approach that starts with sleep, diet and exercise and includes emotional, relational and spiritual practices to truly overcome Adult ADD. This book deals with more than just tips to become more organized. He examines the impact of a life of untreated Adult ADD, and how that affects self-esteem, relationships and overall success. The key word is “overall.” That is his holistic approach, because Adult ADD impacts all areas of one’s life.

For anyone struggling with ADD, this book is critical for your success and sanity. Having tangible methods to help manage ADD is so hard to find, and nearly impossible from someone who has actually experienced the symptoms (like Dr. Sachs has). A must read for anyone with ADD.

— Alex

A clear-eyed but warmly reassuring self-help guide with loads of hands-on ADD advice.”  

— Kirkus Review

Adult ADD book

Helping Your Husband with ADHD: Supportive Solutions for Adult ADD/ADHD Kindle Edition

Do you ever feel like your husband is an overgrown child? Or a really big teenager that needs to be reminded of everything or he’ll forget. He’s restless. He’s jumpy. He’s impatient, impulsive, and chronically late! He simply refuses to get organized and puts off everything—and I mean everything—until the last minute.

This book is a helpful guide for women who think their husbands might have ADD/ADHD. Or for women who’s husbands have already been diagnosed. George Sachs PsyD offer advice for wives to help their husbands live a successful life with Adult ADD/ADHD. Learn ways to support his growth without enabling him or exhausting yourself.

I am half way through this book and the entire thing is the exact story of my life for the last 4 years. When my husband and I met, not only did I not know anything about ADD/ADHD, but he had been diagnosed years before and never said a word to me. First, I thought his little “quirks” we’re cute, then I thought he was just lazy and childish. Now I get it. Not only do I get where it a all comes from, I get that all this time he’s been trying to make me believe that I was losing my mind was to keep the focus off of him. This book is steering me in a completely different direction now, thankfully.

— Michelle

Right on. It is as you have been living in my house house with us for the past 22 years.

— Kindle Customer

Enjoyed this book very much! What a relief to read others are in a similar situation as I am. Knowledge is comfort and hope for me that I can keep going. Life is hard but sometimes impossible to live with an ADD husband.

— JW

Helping The Traumatized Child: A Workbook For Therapists (Helpful Materials To Support Therapists Using TFCBT: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral … with FREE digital download of the book.)

This helpful workbook is designed to support TFCBT therapists and child trauma therapists in their work with traumatized children. Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) is an evidence-based psychotherapy that aims at addressing the needs of children and adolescents (ages 3 to 18) with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other difficulties related to traumatic life events.

This is a great resource for working with children of trauma. Includes a lot of resources for guiding the child through the trauma in a safe way. The worksheets really assist in opening conversations about the trauma and events the child went through! So glad that I ordered this book- I have used it so many times already!

— Shannon

Dr. Sachs book is a groundbreaking and invaluable hands on tool for clinicians and school counselors working with traumatized children who want to expand beyond the use of general “play therapy.” The exercises in this book make the process of counseling for traumatized children far less frightening and heavy and even fun! As children are often pulled out of class in the middle of the school day or right before homework time for counseling, this structured tool is likely to bypass the distraction that could occur from engaging in play therapy. I even think we could learn a thing or two about counseling adult survivors of trauma from this book. Bravo to a talented and esteemed colleague!

— Amazon Customer