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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I have both personal and professional knowledge of ADHD and how it impacts one's day to day life. I have ADHD, and used to work with many students with ADHD when I was teacher, so I understand how it typically shows up for people at home, in school, in social situations, and at work.

— Lianna Purjes, Clinical Social Worker in Denver, CO

I have worked in urban and rural settings; during those years of practice, I have developed my skill and expertise in teaching and guidelines my patient to best, evidence-based, and holistic approach

— MOHAMED BAH, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

I have specialized training in working with clients with ADHD and help children and adolescents with all aspects of coping with ADHD and life skills. I also work with ADHD on executive functioning.

— Kurt Wilhelm Oster, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in JACKSONVILLE, FL

ADHD often doesn’t just encompass problems with attention, concentration, and/or hyperactivity and restlessness. Common struggles in those diagnosed include feelings of anxiety, depression, questioning one’s abilities, a long history of low self-esteem, difficulties in relationships and/or work, and feeling as if one is not achieving to their full potential. Those who are diagnosed often lament a life that could have been. I help people process these feelings and learn how to manage challenges.

— Toni Li, Psychologist in Oakland, CA

I have worked and taken several trainings for ADHD. Though joked about it as look a squirrel ADHD can add complex problems to your life. I am able to help you gain skills to limits the negative side effects of ADHD and help you life the life you want to life. I work with adolescents and adult on gaining these skills in an academic, social, and work situations.

— Heather Emerich, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Denver, CO

I focus on the emotional impacts of ADHD - for example Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria.

— Erika Barrington, Licensed Professional Counselor

I have provided ADHD testing for the past 8 years to all ages and now specialize in adult ADHD.

— Renee Long, Psychotherapist in Edmond, OK

We all have a range of skills and deficits. As a neuropsychologist, I am adept at assessing and providing psychotherapy for people with attention problems. Through our work you will learn about your strengths and how to best use those skills to manage your weaknesses. Through support and a little trial-and-error you will find ways to manage your daily life with more confidence and satisfaction.

— K Wortman, Clinical Psychologist in Oakland, CA

I have both professional and personal experience working with those struggling with the symptoms of ADHD. I work with clients on four pillars of ADHD management (movement, medication, systems, and connection). I assist clients in exploring these areas to maximize potential for success, while also addressing oppressive systemic factors and emotional factors such as shame, guilt, and grief, that often accompany this diagnosis.

— Felicia Keeton-Howard, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in Seattle, WA

I assist with understanding how neurodiversity impacts each person and identiy tools to help people be successful in reaching their goals. I love to help people see how they can express themselves, even if it is a bit different than others expect them to do so.

— Elizabeth Wooten, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in St. Louis, MO

I work with neurodivergent individuals to help them learn new coping strategies, create new ways to manage their situations, and connect them to the neurodivergent community. With a deep understanding of what life is like for us, I'm able to connect better with my clients and make a real difference in their lives.

— Katie Robey, Associate Clinical Social Worker in Los Gatos, CA

I treat ADHD with the full spectrum of medications available, for children, adolescents and adults. I am able to diagnose and treat, and while I do require a client's participation in a psychiatric evaluation as part of my assessment, I do not require a neuropsychological evaluation before prescribing medication. I do use tools such as computerized testing to track progress for ADHD treatment.

— Jodie Deignan, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in White Plains, NY

Individuals with ADHD benefit from a combination of practical support and emotional healing. I balance teaching skills and strategies for getting things done with addressing harmful messages and facilitating healing. In short, we work to change what needs to change while helping you accept those parts of you that have been good all along.

— Charles Westbrook, Psychotherapist in Avondale Estates, GA

As a fellow ADHD'r, I understand that it's not only that academics can be challenging. ADHD effects your relationships, your emotions and your resulting behavior. "Simple" tasks can feel impossible while you can simultaneously jump into a new hobby and master it within the week (only to let it go soon after). We'll sort through your executive functioning strengths and differences to figure out what is and isn't working in your daily life, so you can put effective supports in place.

— Laura Morlok, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in ,

As a person diagnosed with ADHD later in life, I have first-hand experience with struggling with ADHD as an undiagnosed child and then learning more about my brain, how it works, and how I can make it work for me.

— Andrew Swan, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Louisville, KY

I have extensive experience assessing, diagnosing and treating adults with ADHD. I use the latest research and techniques of neuroscience to help you manage your symptoms of ADHD as well as the secondary symptoms of anxiety that is common with adults with ADHD. I also coordinate care with you prescribing physician to determine if medications would be helpful.

— Joyce Fusek, Psychologist in ,

My treatment for ADHD offers a structured process with art and computer programs. It requires a weekly session and in some cases homework.

— Maureen Del Giacco, Creative Art Therapist in Colonie, NY

I was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult, so I understand how ADHD isn't just about "squirrel brain." It's how much you might call yourself lazy or not motivated enough, especially if you feel like other people are doing better than you. Or feel stuck in a loop of focusing and then feeling like you can't get started on something because it's just too big of a task. Or feeling like people don't understand when you try to talk about how ADHD impacts you. These are things we can work on together.

— Danielle Wayne, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Boise, ID