Maybe you have trouble concentrating for a sustained period of time. You may get distracted very easily or lose things often. Perhaps these symptoms cause problems at your work or arguments in your family.
Or maybe you have a child who is fidgety, jumps up in class, talks excessively, and has endless energy. They may have a hard time paying attention, completing homework, get in trouble in school for talking over the teacher, not being able to listen in class and interrupting often. It seems like everything you’ve tried to help them hasn’t worked, and you’re exhausted.
Our expert therapists are here to help you navigate ADHD and live life more effectively.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has been proven effective in the treatment of both child and adult ADHD.
ADHD is behaviorally diagnosed, which means that the behavior of the individual is assessed in at least two settings (e.g., school/work and home). Difficulty completing projects, misplacing things, or difficulty sustaining attention are a few symptoms that may be reported.
When ADHD behaviors occur in at least two important areas of life and interfere with one’s life, ADHD is often diagnosed. Unfortunately, ADHD sometimes coexists with other psychological and behavioral problems. Children with ADHD are also prone to being defiant, oppositional or struggle with anxiety and depression. Adults can also experience anxiety and depression as well as difficulty in social settings and the work environment.
The good news is, we can help. New York Behavioral Health professionals use evidence-based practices. Since we use scientifically supported treatments for ADHD, there is good reason to believe you or your child’s problems can begin to improve very soon.
The symptom assessment determines which subtype is the most appropriate diagnosis.
Difficulty giving attention to close details, difficulty sustaining attention at various tasks, often seems not to listen (even if spoken to directly), often does not follow instructions or complete longer lasting tasks, often fails to organize tasks or activities, often avoids tasks that require sustained mental effort, often loses things, easily distracted, and often forgetful.
Often fidgets, often has difficulty remaining seated for long periods of time, restlessness, difficulty engaging in leisure activities quietly, is often perceived as “on the go,” or talks excessively.
Often answers questions before the question is completed or interrupts or intrudes into others’ conversations.
Connect with your therapist by either completing our matching form or reaching out to our care coordinators over the phone.
Attend a 45 minute intake session, where you will get to know your chosen therapist. The point of this visit is to learn what brought you to therapy and how we can help.
In each ongoing session, you and your therapist will use trusted therapy approaches to help you develop and reach your goals. Collaboratively, you’ll connect in a safe, comfortable space to help you engage in your life in the way you want.
Our therapists and coaches have combined decades of experience and are specially trained to provide high quality, compassionate support for your health and wellbeing.
We’re dedicated to using evidence-based methods to ensure you receive the most effective treatment and meet your goals.
We know that having a better relationship with your therapist leads to better outcomes, so we carefully match you with the right therapist to fit your unique needs.
It’s important to our therapists that you feel safe, seen, and understood in therapy. Our offices are judgment-free spaces.
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