ADD is a neurological disorder with psychological and social consequences. Children, teens, and adults need to understand that it is not their fault, they didn’t cause it and there is hope.
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) in children and adults can affect all aspects of life. By the age of 6 or 7, ADD can have a significant impact on self-esteem. Children and adults with ADD are often misunderstood. Many children and adults have an inaccurate view of their strengths. They can devalue their positive attributes.
Our therapists understand ADD and can help both children and adults understand how to manage the symptoms affectively. We focus on building self-esteem and giving you or a loved one tools to not only understand ADD, but also to see the good points about having ADD. Children, teens, and adults with ADD need education and treatment.
Our therapists will help you or a loved one fully understand ADD and its affects on your life. We will also treat ADD from a “strengths based perspective.” Call us today for a confidential appointment.