Do You Think You Might Have ADHD?
Have you noticed a variety of symptoms that make it difficult in everyday life? Are you:
Have these symptoms led you to wonder if you might have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)?
At the Adult ADHD Center of Washington, we are familiar with the struggles of ADHD that last into adulthood. We are a leading, long-standing treatment center for Adult ADHD in Washington, DC. In addition to diagnostic assessment and psychological testing, our unique range of services includes individual and group coaching, counseling, and workshops. Some of the areas we specialize in include:
ADHD screening and assessment
Psychological testing for ADHD/learning disabilities and accommodations
Individual and group coaching
Individual and couples counseling
Consultation to organizations on ADHD in the workplace
Referrals for Medication
Consultation/training for mental health professionals
Our approach to working with you will be positive, solution-focused, and based on your unique set of strengths and talents. Our job is to help you recognize what you can do well and to build on these strengths. Our goal is to educate you about adult ADHD and its impact on your life. Together we will help you learn practical strategies you can use to cope with your symptoms.
Life with ADHD can feel more manageable. With proper treatment and support, goals can become more attainable and life more rewarding.
Call or email us at the Adult ADHD Center of Washington anytime. We’ll help you assess your needs and schedule an appointment as soon as possible. Our clinicians’ offices are conveniently located at Dupont Circle and in Upper Northwest in Washington, DC, as well as Silver Spring and Rockville in Maryland.
For Help Understanding and Coping with
Adult Attention Deficit Disorder
Have you experienced some of the following problems: lack of focus, procrastination, chronic messiness and losing things, difficulty keeping up with tasks, impulsivity, or difficulty being still? You may feel frustrated with your ability to complete tasks at home and/or at work.
Perhaps you were diagnosed with ADHD as a child. Have you been assessed more recently? Or are you someone who has never been diagnosed but have strong suspicions that you have ADHD?
Do you feel like you're particularly disorganized, distractible or impulsive, but never had ADHD testing? Do you wonder if you still have ADHD as an adult, though you were diagnosed as a child?
Do you struggle with time management, procrastination, meeting deadlines at work and wonder if your employer could offer accommodations if you had a documented ADHD diagnosis?
Have ADHD symptoms taken over your life? When you have ADHD, you may notice a number of symptoms that interfere with the quality of your life.
Or perhaps you have never received a diagnosis of ADHD, but you recognize many of these symptoms in yourself. You might want to control some of your actions, but find you have trouble doing this on your own and would like to know if ADHD is the issue.
Have you or your partner been diagnosed with ADHD or experienced ADHD-like symptoms? Have ADHD behaviors brought about a sense of frustration or helplessness on both of your parts?
You and your partner may be engaged in a pattern where the person with ADHD feels nagged and misunderstood and the partner without ADHD feels he or she is managing the household and family without help and participation.