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    Understanding ADHD

    ADHD is characterized by patterns of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity that differ from the general population. It’s important to recognize that ADHD impacts individuals in diverse ways, influencing their behavior, emotions, and how they process information. 

    A Neurodivergent Affirming Lens
    • Celebrates Diversity: Recognizing ADHD as a part of neurodiversity celebrates the wide range of human brain variations, acknowledging that different doesn’t mean less.
    • Focuses on Strengths: By highlighting the strengths that come with ADHD, we empower individuals to harness their unique talents and contribute meaningfully to their communities.
    • Creates Understanding: A neurodivergent affirming approach fosters a deeper understanding of ADHD, helping to dispel myths and reduce stigma associated with the condition.
    • Supports Tailored Strategies: Understanding ADHD in the context of neurodiversity allows for the development of personalized coping strategies and support systems that align with each individual’s unique needs.
    Our Approach
    • Individualized Therapy: Tailored therapy sessions that focus on the individual’s strengths and challenges, fostering personal growth and self-understanding.
    • Skill Development: Practical strategies for managing attention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity, while also leveraging the individual’s unique strengths.
    • Community and Support: Group therapy sessions and workshops that create a sense of belonging and provide a platform for sharing experiences and strategies with peers.
    • Education and Advocacy: Resources and information for individuals and families to better understand ADHD from a neurodivergent affirming perspective, promoting advocacy and self-advocacy.

    Let's work together

    ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is a neurodevelopmental condition that is often misunderstood and stigmatized. Through a neurodivergent affirming lens, we aim to shed light on ADHD not as a deficit, but as a different way of interacting with the world. This perspective allows us to appreciate the unique strengths and challenges faced by individuals with ADHD, fostering an environment of understanding, support, and empowerment.

    ADD/ADHD Counseling