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What to expect

Our diagnosis process:

  • Completion of psychiatric rating scale instruments, which are symptom checklists which may be completed by patient, family members, employers and teachers
  • CNS Vital Signs, which is a neuropsychological test to evaluate the neurocognitive status and brain function measuring minor motor performance, attention, memory, and executive functions
  • QB Testing, which is an FDA approved objective test that uses data together with other infor­mation to help determine ADHD.
  • Completion of a thorough clinical interview
  • Appointment to review test results and determine if more testing is needed

Treatment options:

  • Follow-up visits, which may be conducted via Telemedicine or in the office based on patient preferences
  • Medication management for diagnosis
  • Therapy
  • Behavioral modification
  • Mindfulness activities



Additional services may include:

  • Psychotherapy
  • Assisting with Individualized Education Plans and 504 Plans for students of all ages
  • Meeting with family, employers, teachers and other pertinent team members of the patient
  • IQ testing
  • Genesight Testing
  • Personality testing
  • Compatibility testing
  • Differential diagnosis
  • Professional coaching and career enhancement
  • ADHD and professional/career enhancement coaching
  • Aptitude testing