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ADHD Testing

I am a certified ADHD Clinical Services Provider (ADHD- CCSP) and happy to offer testing for children 8+, adolescents, and adults.

ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, is neurodevelopmental disorder that impacts both children and adults. It was most often diagnosed during childhood, but recently more and more adults are seeking a diagnosis. ADHD symptoms can impact various aspects of life, including academic and work performance, social relationships, and daily routines. Some common symptoms of ADHD include difficulty with focus and attention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. However, with proper diagnosis and treatment, individuals with ADHD can learn to manage their symptoms and lead successful lives.

ADHD testing is a process that helps diagnose Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The testing involves a series of assessments, including in-person tests to assess concentration and executive functioning, questionnaires, and behavioral observations. The process is designed to help determine if difficulties with attention and concentration are due to ADHD or other factors. 

The process involves several steps:

- First we'd have a quick phone call to determine if ADHD testing makes sense for you

- Then we'd schedule an in-person assessment to complete the testing

- You'd complete several questionnaires either in the office or on your own time and return them to me

- We'd go through an interview process where we'd talk about your current and past ADHD symptoms, other mental health symptoms, work/school background, relationships, sleep, diet, and more

- I may also meet with someone in your life (parent, teacher, partner, friend, etc) to ask more about what they notice.  They may also fill out a questionnaire.

-Once I have all the information we'll meet again to go over results and recommendations.

You are not a good fit for ADHD testing if you're currently struggling with significant substance use, have a history of significant head injuries, or have unmanaged other mental health concerns.  We can always talk if you have questions.




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