• Do you think your child may have ADHD?
  • Do you feel frustrated that you have to constantly give your child instructions about things they should be able to do by themselves?
  • Is your child more disorganized than other children his/her age?
  • Do you worry that your child may not become as independent as they need to be?
  • Are your child’s grades suffering because they are unable to concentrate in school?
  • Is your child being prescribed medication for ADD or ADHD, but still has learning or behavioral problems?
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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

You may find that your child’s problems with focus and concentration can interfere with their friendships, schoolwork, and day to day functioning at home. You may find that the teacher is expressing concerns about your child’s lack of progress, disorganization, or behavior problems. You want your child to be successful, but giving him multiple reminders every day just isn’t cutting it.

About 6% of children meet criteria for ADHD. Many other childhood behaviors, emotional disorders, or learning disorders can look very similar. We have found that many parents and teachers have difficulty accurately determining exactly what is going on when a child exhibits these problems. We can provide a thorough evaluation to help you identify how best to help your child. If we find that your child does meet criteria for ADHD, or if your child has already been diagnosed, we can provide brief therapy for your child to provide them with the tools they need to be successful at home and school. And don’t worry, parents, we can also give you tools to provide more effective support for them at home.

About 2-3 children per classroom will meet criteria for ADHD. Every child with ADHD is unique. Their problems may show up in their school performance, anger outbursts, emotional meltdowns, in planning ahead, being organized, and a number of other ways. We will help you get to the root of the problem so your child can get the right treatment!

How We Can Help

Contact us if your child’s ability to focus is keeping her from reaching her full potential. Feel free to ask any questions you have or set up an appointment. Why wait to get help? Making that first call is often the most difficult part. We make it easy for you to get started. We love our work. And we have a safe place waiting for you to learn about your child’s unique struggles and how we can tackle them together.

In assessing and treating ADHD, we rely on evidence-based practices. You are not alone. We find that many parents and teachers have tried everything and don’t know how else to help their child or student. Our Licensed Psychologists will complete a comprehensive and thorough evaluation to make sure we get to the root of the problem. If your child has already been diagnosed, we will work with you and your child in brief therapy to give you the tools you need for success. We will give you practical tools to help you see positive changes now. We use these methods ourselves, so we know they work. The good news is that people who seek help, get better. Your child can be one of those people.

Our skilled and compassionate therapists listen to the struggles that your child is experiencing. You can rely on our years of experience, compassion and practical advice to help you receive the help you need for your child. Our methods are direct, heart-felt and practical. We help you and your child take action to turn things around for the better.

We have trained professionals who specialize in the treatment of childhood behavior problems. Our therapists will help you develop a plan that meets your needs and helps you and your child overcome the challenges you face.

Ready to get started?

If you are ready to learn how we can show you how to regain control of your situation, call our staff at (936) 272-0555. They can help match you with one of our highly qualified ADHD therapists that will help you meet your goals.