Thom Hartmann is an award-winning, bestselling author, international lecturer, teacher, radio talk show host, and psychotherapist. He's the creator of the "Hunter in a Farmer's World" metaphor to describe the experience of children and adults with ADHD, and the first to propose that ADHD is a neurological difference which may have adaptive value. His books have been written about in Time magazine, he's been on the front page of The Wall Street Journal, and been a guest on numerous radio and TV Shows, including NPR�s All Things Considered, CNN and BBC. His book The Prophet�s Way led to an invitation to a private audience with Pope John Paul II in 1998. His book "The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight" led to a September, 1999 invitation to spend a week with His Holiness The Dalai Lama at his home in Dharamsala, India. A former journalist, editor and executive director of a residential treatment facility for severely disturbed and abused children, he lives in Vermont with his wife Louise, and currently hosts a radio program on Air America radio.