Finally Focused is a guide about some of the factors that lead to ADD/ADHD behaviors and how natural remedies can help to manage those symptoms or the symptoms of medication. What I found most interesting about the book is the historical background about the syndrome. I had no idea that cases dated back to 1902, which, unsurprisingly, were thought to be a defect in moral character rather than biological/environmental. The most important aspect that the author focuses on is that ADD/ADHD is really a subset of behaviors that may have one or more cause, so there is no "one size fits all" solution. He uses his 30+ years of experience to outline cases that he has successfully treated.
Though I found the book to be an interesting read, I did not find the data that he provided to be sufficient enough to persuade me that his methods are sound. For someone who had over 30 years of experience treating cases, it felt like he offered only a few case studies and no large scale trends to further understand his treatments. I do think it is worth reading for someone to get more information and perspective or feels like they may have "tried everything" to help their child or themselves when managing the difficulties presented in ADD/ADHD.