I help with both the cognitive and the emotional aspects of ADHD, because ADHD not only affects how you organize, prioritize, and all that, but how you feel.  (For more about this, see “The Emotional Side of ADHD”).

I help you figure out what’s truly important to you, and work with you to come up with strategies that are tailor-made for you to achieve what you want to achieve and do what you want to do.

Finally, since stimulant medication is often a very important aspect of treatment. I will work with your physician or psychiatrist to help you find the optimum medication treatment for you.

It’s not a quick fix, but ADHD does respond to the right treatment. You can “get your act together,” as well as improve your relationships, do better at work, and feel better about yourself.