The aim of this book is to explore the most advanced information related to the treatment of ADHD across the globe. The treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is an issue of continued research and discussion, with significant data supporting both behavioral and psychopharmacological approaches. Researchers continue to look for novel interventions to be employed in conjunction with or in place of the more conventional approaches and these interventions run the gamut from social skills training to meditation to cognitive behavioral interventions to methodologies based on neuropsychology. This extensive survey encompasses matters regarding comorbidity that affect the treatment choices that are made, the impacts of psychopharmacology, and non-medication treatments, with extra information dedicated to the controversial novel treatment "neurofeedback." This book consists of valuable information for all those people who are interested in the treatment of ADHD, ranging from students investigating the topic for the first time to practitioners as well as researchers searching for inspiration for novel research questions of potential interventions.