Virtual therapy for individuals diagnosed with Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or those contemplating the diagnosis.
Does this sound like you?
Whether you’re newly diagnosed, diagnosed as a child, or just wondering about the diagnosis now – you just didn’t think you’d be struggling with these issues at your age! Disorganization, interpersonal conflict, intense emotions, forgetfulness, zoning out – the list goes on! Maybe you already have some strategies that work for you, but are needing some support in understanding how ADHD affects your adult life and relationships. You’re trying to parse out what’s anxiety, depression, trauma, or just ADHD. Life can feel boring and overwhelming at the same time. You feel different than the people around you, and go to great lengths to hide the inner chaos.
Can therapy help?
Could ADHD be a gift, rather than a curse? Maybe it’s something in-between. Therapy won’t make your ADHD go away (and maybe you don’t want that!). Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a neurological difference, typically passed down genetically. Therapy can help you accept this difference. Whether you’re wanting to work on self-compassion, self-esteem, or strategies, therapy can help you find a better alignment between your mind and your life.