Psychiatrists Release Children's Book on ADHD
Global Health Psychiatry will release a children's book, How Amari Learned to Love School Again, which sheds light on the challenges of ADHD at its official launch party in San Francisco.
By: Global Health Psychiatry
How Amari Learned to Love School Againexplores the daily difficulties children with ADHD endure while in school and elsewhere. Attention-deficit/
"This is an innovative children's book that spotlights the journey of Amari, while also highlighting the impact of a loving family. We're so proud of how this book brings to life an empowering story of triumph in a fun, relatable way, while also having the additional bonus of an educational parent guide," said Dr. Ericka Goodwin, co-author and president of Global Health Psychiatry, LLC.
An estimated 8.4 percent of children have ADHD. It is often first identified in school-aged children when it leads to disruption in the classroom or problems with schoolwork. How Amari Learned to Love School Again describes how to conquer the challenges of ADHD. This book is a contribution to the struggles of dealing with childhood and adolescent mental health disorders and offers empowerment and solutions to children and parents.
There will be a book signing on May 19, 2019 from 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. at Marcus Books Oakland, 3900 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Oakland, CA 94609.
The official book launch party for How Amari Learned to Love School Again will be heldon May 20, 2019 from 8:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. at Hawthorn, 46 Geary St, San Francisco, CA 94108.
How Amari Learned to Love School Againis available through major online retailers and may be purchased HERE (https://www.amazon.com/
About Global Health Psychiatry
Global Health Psychiatry, LLC (GHP) is an organization that focuses on the entire individual and the factors in life that surrounds the person. Oftentimes psychiatry and mental health focuses on the mental health professionals and not enough on the patient, caregivers and families impacted by mental illness. GHP attempts to bridge the gap between the community and mental health professionals and treatment. We see individuals as the center but are greatly influenced by their surrounding community. The surrounding community includes their home, family life, school and educational level, work, and social status, among others. GHP hopes to strengthen the community through focusing on the individual as the center of their circle of life. It is important to understand that the other circles of family and surrounding community greatly impact the globe of mental health around the individual. Focusing on the globe with the individual as the center will lead to better, more informed, and compassionate care.