Advokat, Schweitzer, Pelham and other scientists at this year's confab agreed that behavioral therapies deserve their renewed focus. These therapies create no drug-tolerance and come with no concerns about future substance abuse. The trick will be identifying which of the new therapies is most effective, and making those therapies affordable. For now, stimulant medications are much cheaper and act faster than behavioral therapy, even if the latter may be the most effective in the long run. But experts as well as parents know that the long run is what matters most.