Adults with ADD/ADHD often experience many years of struggle before coming to the realization that there is a bonafide explanation for their difficulties. Lifelong struggles with organization, focus and productivity are commonplace for adults with ADD/ADHD. These struggles often result in problems achieving even simple goals, taking care of daily tasks, handling responsibilities, meeting deadlines and making appropriate decisions.
Men and women with ADD/ADHD often experience a life of shame, feel inadequate and irresponsible, and feel they are a disappointment to others and to themselves. Relationships are affected, if not destroyed; you are accused of not paying attention, not listening, not keeping promises, not following through, being unreliable, irresponsible and uncaring. The impact at work can be equally as devastating; your attention strays during meetings, you miss important deadlines or come late to appointments. Your productivity is compromised as you check e-mail, surf the web or find other distractions.
At ADHD, Mood & Behavior Center, we provide a full array of services for adults with ADD/ADHD. Evaluation includes a comprehensive assessment of attention and executive function, including organization, time management, planning, judgment and decision-making, as well as review of relationship and employment history and performance.
Treatment options are individualized, and include executive coaching, life coaching, relationship counseling, and where appropriate, medication treatment. Alternative treatments are also available.
We know adults are busy with work and caring for their families, leaving them no time for themselves. ADHD Mood & Behavior Center offers online therapy sessions for the working adult that cannot make time to visit our clinic in New Jersey.
We offer psychiatric evaluations, medication assessment, monitoring, and psychotherapy. The online therapy session will be done from the comfort of your home using our secure HIPPA compliant video platform.. This way the online psychiatrist will be able to create a safer and more comfortable environment where you can be more at ease discussing your difficulties with the psychiatrist.