It’s 7am and the alarm is blaring, but you’re so tired you don’t even notice. Exhausted from trying to sleep, you finally get to your feet. The world is like a haze, lasting for hours and making it hard to get ready. Slowly you dress yourself and you’re ready, but wait... you forgot something. “What is it?…no…where can it be?”. Frantically you search, all the while stressed about the time it’s taking. “Found it! Finally ready! What was I doing?” You go through your instructions again step by… “why was that green? No… no… no… Focus”—step by step – “Ah!” Tap… tap… tap… “Are you paying attention?” Looking up, you realize your friend has been trying to help this whole time. Pretending to understand, you can only nod and hope that you will figure it out. Tap… tap… tap… “What if I don’t get it right?” tap… tap… tap… “what if I fail?”. The deadline is tomorrow. The realization helps you focus like a laser beam, so much so, it’s now 2am and you know tomorrow will be the same scramble.
Does this sound like you? If so, we get it. We know that ADHD can present differently for different people. We don’t believe in a cookie-cutter approach to treatment. How does ADHD impact your life? Together, we will customize your treatment using the most up-to-date research. Let’s help you unscramble your day.
A psychological assessment provides a comprehensive examination of your cognitive, emotional, and behavioral functioning. Different kinds of psychological assessments can be administered, depending upon your needs.
An ADHD Assessment is a multi-step process that incorporates diagnostic clinical interviews, standardized tests, and behavioral observations to evaluate your executive functioning related to attention and impulsivity. This evaluation gathers information from multiple sources, including family members, teachers, parents, partners, and colleagues.
This assessment is used to: