Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a brain disorder that is typically characterized by a lack of impulse control, an inability to focus and pay attention, and hyperactivity. ADHD most commonly emerges in children and teens and can continue into adulthood. In fact, ADHD is the most common mental health disorder diagnosed in young people and sufferers often have trouble paying attention in school. ADHD must be diagnosed by a qualified clinician. In addition to medical interventions, seeing a mental health practitioner who specializes in the treatment of ADHD can help patients and their families better cope with many of the symptoms. Contact one of TherapyDen’s ADHD experts today.

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Women have unique manifestations of ADHD that often go unnoticed or invalidated by professionals. I specialize in helping women understand their ADHD, how it impacts their life, and creating a plan for managing symptoms better. The ultimate goal is to help women feel more in control of their life and symptoms.

— Adrian Kunemund, Psychologist in Decatur, GA

As a specialist in ADHD, my role as an assessor and educational consultant is pivotal in identifying unique challenges and crafting effective academic plans. I focus on comprehensive evaluations to secure 504 accommodations, ensuring students with ADHD receive the support they deserve. My expertise helps in understanding each student's needs, guiding parents through the accommodation process, and advocating for optimal learning strategies tailored to individual strengths and challenges.

— Bryce Gibbs PhD, Clinical Psychologist in austin, TX

As a sufferer of Inattentive-Type ADHD myself, I understand that oftentimes feelings of internalized self-judgement and obsolete coping skills can be just as painful as the symptoms of ADHD themselves. And often the stress of accumulated incomplete tasks can snowball into new problems that seem to have a life of their own. I have helped many adults of all ages untangle these knots and gain a greater sense of self-acceptance, forward progression, and calm in their lives.

— Samuel Wilson, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Kensington, MD

I have spent the past 30+ years learning about ADHD as both a spouse of someone with ADHD and mother of two adult children with ADHD. I have helped many clients to realize the root cause of their lifelong difficulties was ADHD, and assisted them in getting the correct treatment to empower them for lifelong success.

— Laura Kelley, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Lacey, WA

I have found a passion for working with Neurodiverse individuals, especially those who have just realized this recently or even later in life. I work with a neurodiverse affirming lens, so let's work together to find what works best for YOU. Whether it's task management, time blindness, or sensory overload, we'll work together to create accommodations for the unique person you are. Let's learn together on what makes you most comfortable.

— Olivia Szabo, Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

Disorganized? Can't remember anything? Feel like you have to work twice as hard? Welcome to ADHD. Gain the support to achieve your best functioning through therapy- and use your ADHD as a superpower instead of a barrier. Cognitive Behavioral , Solution Focused, IFS, and Emotionally Focused Therapy can help!

— Elizabeth Reed, Clinical Social Worker in Alexandria, VA

I have specialized training to work with neurodiversity and am an ADHD-Certified Clinical Services Provider. This allows me to help parents and clients better understand their needs and how needs may present at school, work, or with friends.

— Christa Carlton, Clinical Social Worker in Towson, MD

I am a therapist with ADHD specializing in working with my fellow ADHDers. This is absolutely an area of hyperfocus for me and I am truly fascinated by how our brains work. While I have sought extensive training as well as self-educating in this area, my greatest source of information is my clients (cheesy, I know). I get to see up close which strategies are only great in theory and which ones are actually user friendly and effective.

— Suzanne Rapisardo, Therapist in Denver, CO

Are you a high-functioning adult with ADHD? If so, you know how untreated ADHD can significantly impact your life. You may struggle with focus, procrastination, time management, and organization. You may also feel overwhelmed, anxious, and stressed. At Indy ADHD, we understand. Dr. Ellingsworth offers an accessible, understanding, and specialized care model for adults with ADHD. Dr. Ellingsworth offers Telehealth appointments and transparent pricing, so you can get the care you need.

— Jeremiah Ellingsworth, Psychiatrist in Carmel, IN

For clients with ADHD, we work to understand what their diagnosis means to them, process past messages or labels that were often incorrect and were damaging to self esteem, and work to create new modern tools that help people accomplish their goals.

— Johanna Isaacs, Psychologist

As a fellowship-trained psychiatrist with special training from Stanford's ADHD clinic I am especially able to help people who are suffering from ADHD. I also offer first-time ADHD evaluations.

— Casey Lester, Psychiatrist in Menlo Park, CA

I have a lot of experience helping others manage and make sense of their ADHD symptoms. As with anything, when we incorporate those experiences into our identity, rather than try to change who we are, we operate from a place of empowerment rather than defeat. In doing so, we can see how those symptoms can actually be helpful instead of just hinderances.

— Jonny Pack, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Asheville, NC

Using a strength based approach, we will work to access tools to help make life less overwhelming.

— Sharon Aguilar, Art Therapist in Dallas, TX

I am an ADHD Certified Clinical Services Provider. I help young adults with ADHD (or suspected) whose lives have become unmanageable and help them get organized and create systems that work with the way their brain works, rather than against it.

— Tabitha Ford, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I bring to ADHD therapy the knowledge and experience of 48 years of living with the condition. While medication can be helpful there are a host of tools to help you manage your life better and get more done. Things such as block planning, dietary modifications, ways to stick with exercise, sleep hygiene, productivity tricks for work, how ADHD affects relationships, clutter, and how to work with your nature not against it!

— John Buscher, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Seattle, WA

Strategies for: Emotional Control: keep feelings in check and know triggers Impulse Control: think before acting Flexible thinking: adjust to unexpected/ transitioning Working Memory: keep information in mind to apply and follow through Planning & Prioritizing & Accountability: (online and paper planner)Task Initiation; Organizing & Time Management

— Laura Clayton, Counselor in Charleston, SC