How does psychotherapy help?
If ADD and ADHD are neurological disorders, why seek therapy? Whether you are taking medication or not and whether you have been diagnosed or not, seeking the help of a mental health professional can be essential when treating an attention deficit disorder. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a method that targets the emotional and behavioral ups and downs of ADD and ADHD. CBT is evidence-based and provides many benefits to those suffering from attention disorders, including better self-esteem, higher productivity in school and at work, and an increase in overall emotional wellbeing. Whether you need an assessment for your child or are in need of adult ADD treatment, we can help.
Symptoms of ADD / ADHD
Gain a better handle on life.
We help support both child and adult ADD and ADHD. Attending therapy can help you to not only change the way you look at your adult ADD symptoms but can also give you the tools and resources to manage them in the real world. Our team of masters and doctoral level psychologists have extensive training in the area of ADD and ADHD counseling for both children and adults and can be the driving force behind you or your loved one’s success. Find ADD treatment that's right for you, with our help.
Did you know?
ADD and ADHD can hold you back in many ways.
We understand that living with an attention deficit disorder can be frustrating and isolating. It affects attention, memory, and the ability to focus. While ADD and ADHD affect all age groups, these disorders can be particularly impeding for children and young adults. Great Lakes Psychology Group offers treatment options for managing symptoms and restoring order to day-to-day activities for those suffering.
We can help you navigate your symptoms.
The difference between ADD and ADHD is often misunderstood and can be confused with other disorders, such as anxiety. There are three subtypes of the disorder: primarily inattentive (otherwise known as ADD), primarily hyperactive (otherwise known as ADHD), or a combination of both.
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We can help you with the challenges that accompany ADD/ADHD. Call today and learn more about how to get an assessment for your child, teen, or yourself.
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Our Naperville therapists partner with insurances and neighboring healthcare providers in the community to ensure your counseling needs are met in the most efficient way possible. Regardless of your insurance or financial situation, we have flexible payment plans in place so that nothing can stop you from getting the help you or your loved one needs.