ADHD,ADHD Children

Are you concerned that your child may have ADD / ADHD?02 Jan

Robert Wilford, Ph.D. and Sarah Ferman, Psy.D., L.M.F.T.

If your child is experiencing difficulties at school, at home, or in social settings you may be concerned about the possibility of ADHD.

Left untreated, ADHD can have a significant negative impact on your child’s future in terms of school performance, social relationships, health, and self-esteem.
The good news is that now you can do something about it, thanks to recent advances in ADHD treatment and support. At ADHD Specialists, we focus solely on treating and helping those with ADHD so that they can reach their fullest potential.

Successful treatment is not about changing your child; it’s about giving them the best support, guidance, and tools they need to succeed. Unlike in other traditional treatment paradigms, this does not always include using medication to treat ADHD.

Using our new, integrative approach we bring together specialists in ADHD treatment: psychiatrists (physicians), psychologists and psychotherapists, coaches, and support services staff who work with you and your family as part of a comprehensive solution to create successful results.

While most people have heard of ADD or ADHD it is sometimes the subject of unnecessary fear or misunderstanding. At ADHD Specialists, our goal is to help educate and inform families about ADD/ADHD in addition to providing strategies for successfully treating these conditions.

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Most medical doctors who treat ADD/ADHD do so as part of a larger practice. ADHD Specialists focuses primarily on only treating ADD and related conditions. This intense focus allows us to continually sharpen our clinical skills, attend specialized training, utilize the latest therapies, and build our process to meet the specific needs of our clients.

Often medical, testing and counseling services are all separately owned and located practices. It just does not make sense to have to travel from one location to another to treat the same condition. Besides the issue of time and travel, how cohesive and effective is care being delivered in multiple locations by multiple, unrelated providers who don’t have time to talk to each other?

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