ADHD assessment at Andersonville Behavioral Health is available to children, teens, and adults; and this service is aimed at understanding issues of inattention, impaired concentration, hyperactivity, and restlessness. These problems are not by definition a sign of ADHD but instead can indicate depression, anxiety, or some other mental health condition entirely. Sometimes these symptoms may be altogether subclinical and simply reflect normative shifts in cognitive functioning.
ABH clinicians ensure a proper diagnosis to determine the source and nature of the attention deficits that individuals experience and guide them towards the proper treatments. Our clinicians also work with each client to individually tailor the treatments and therapies, which may include cognitive-behavioral psychotherapies, learning time-management strategies, and learning appropriate self-care.
Undiagnosed ADHD that has not been treated properly often complicates a person’s relationships. For those clients, interpersonal psychotherapy is also advisable to address relational patterns that render the individual feeling “stuck.”