ADHD is commonly mistaken for hyperactivity. However, there are actually three subtypes of ADHD that leave the client with great discomfort and struggle to complete daily activities and tasks.
Begin by normalizing the idea of having ADHD and and breaking down the stigmas and stereotypes that may be an influence.
Although the acronym ADD is commonly used, it is actually referring to the formal diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). ADHD has 3 sub-types. Part of the diagnostic process is identifying the appropriate one:
We will make accommodations to school and work to help best fit the needs of our client. Medication and psychotherapy are used to help normalize behaviors in our clients, with a strong emphasis on cognitive behavioral therapy and behaviorism.
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