How We Treat ADHD/ADD  

When inattention, difficulties staying on task or focusing, and poor impulse control are impacting your son’s ability to function in various areas of life, they may require assessment and treatment for ADHD/ADD. Proper assessment and diagnosis of this mental health disorder can be a critical part of successful long-term outcomes. 

Signs & Symptoms of ADHD/ADD 

ADHD/ADD is marked by frequent, involuntary and frustrating tuning-out or absence of mind; difficulty concentrating unless very interested in something; being bored easily; beginning one thing but going on to another before completing the first; problems keeping order physically in one’s room, on one’s desk, in one’s car; often, difficulty being on time; poor impulse control, manifested in speaking out of turn, interrupting others in conversation, impulse buying, and in a tendency towards addictive behaviors; finally, in many but not all cases—and less in women—physical hyperactivity, difficulties sitting still, and fidgetiness.

By the Numbers


of teens meet criteria for ADHD diagnosis 


of people diagnosed with ADHD also have co-occurring anxiety disorders


of people diagnosed with ADHD also have co-occurring mood disorders

Seeking Treatment For Your Son

We recognize that there are a lot of feelings, factors, and emotions that go into the process of selecting a quality program for your son. We offer a safe, supportive, caring, and nurturing environment staffed by dedicated professionals who are committed to helping your son and your family get on a sustainable path towards healing. We encourage you to speak with one of our trained professionals who can assist you in making the next right move for your son.

What We Treat