• Adult & Teen ADHD

  • ADHD affects about 1 in 11 school-age children, and in many of these cases, the condition continues into adulthood. ADHD, or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, is more than just not being able to focus in class or at work. It can involve a combination of symptoms including, but not limited to:

    • extreme restlessness
    • lack of focus
    • mood swings
    • forgetfulness
    • difficulties with organization
    • excessive talking
    • difficulty waiting
    • frequently losing things

    Without proper treatment, ADHD in teens and adults can lead to:

    • depression
    • mood disorders
    • relationship problems
    • chronic feelings of frustration, guilt, or blame

    If you or a loved one are dealing with ADHD, there is help and hope. Individuals with ADHD can learn to function and be successful through a personalized program of counseling, symptom management, and education.