Does your child or teen  have ongoing difficulty paying attention? Has impulsive behavior impacted your their ability to make and maintain friendships?  Has your child’s hyperactivity become really hard to manage?

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common condition that impacts millions of children, teens and adults. Individuals who have ADHD can be impacted by the condition in various ways. ADHD is marked by somebody experiencing many of the following symptoms:

  • Easily distracted and trouble staying focused
  • Fails to pay attention to detail or makes careless mistakes
  • Doesn’t seem to listen when spoken to directly
  • Forgetful; may frequently lose things
  • Fails to follow through on tasks
  • Avoids activities that require sustained mental effort
  • Fidgets often
  • Acts without thinking
  • Often “on the go” or acts as if “driven by a motor”
  • Trouble engaging in leisure activities quietly
  • Blurts out answers; interrupts others
  • Trouble staying in their seat and waiting their turn

Many people with ADHD also have associated challenges in areas such as:

  • Time management
  • Organization
  • Getting started on tasks
  • Goal setting
  • Difficultly with friendships and relationships
  • Learning
  • Social skills

Learning to Manage ADHD

After proper evaluation and diagnosis, medical and behavioral management solutions are available to help those with ADHD. At the Child and Family Solutions Center, our team of expert therapists offer effective interventions that can play a crucial role in helping children, teens and adults persevere and thrive. We work closely with schools and medical professions to provide a comprehensive approach to giving your child or teen what is needed to succeed.

Based on a thorough assessment and consultation, our therapist will develop a plan that might include:

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • ADHD coaching
  • Family therapy and education
  • School Advocacy
  • Parent coaching
  • Relaxation training and stress management
  • Medication Management

If you are ready to take the first step in managing ADHD, call us at (248) 851-5437 or text (248) 871-7622. Our experienced therapists are ready to help you come up with an effective plan of action and get the right kind of help.

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