Do you frequently feel distracted or restless? Do you have trouble achieving your goals? Do you act impulsively, creating problems for yourself or others?
ADHD is commonly misdiagnosed as depression or anxiety. And when it is not treated appropriately, its effects can lead to a diminished quality of life, ruined relationships, and more.
Our clinicians are experts in accurately diagnosing and treating ADHD in both children and adults. To get to the bottom of what’s truly ailing you, we investigate your childhood and recent history and consider your genetics to pinpoint the sources of your suffering.
You can overcome ADHD and lead a more fulfilling life—one in which your dreams feel truly within reach.
How We Help
If you need ADHD accommodations at school, on standardized testing, or at your workplace, we can help you.
A comprehensive approach to treat ADHD
Medication provides needed cognitive-function support to those grappling with ADHD. Stimulant medications in particular can regulate neurotransmitters involved in perpetuating ADHD symptoms and are often a critical part of treatment in both children and adults.
Patients with ADHD often need to develop personal tools and capabilities to thrive. Therapy helps patients address self-esteem issues, build organizational skills, and appreciate the positive characteristics of ADHD, like boundless energy, warmth, and enthusiasm.
I have trouble with attention and focus. Do I have ADHD?
Many people have a hard time focusing on tasks at home and at work to the point that it harms their relationships.
How your microbiome may be contributing to ADHD symptoms
The gut microbiome manufactures many of the key neurotransmitters needed for attention and executive functioning.
Maximizing your child’s potential with genetic testing
Genetic testing can help parents and clinicians address gene variants that predispose to ADHD.
Not sure it’s ADHD?
ADHD is notoriously difficult to diagnose. Our clinicians have decades of experience distinguishing ADHD from other conditions.