San Diego Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD) Treatment
What is ADHD?
Do you have trouble concentrating for a prolonged period of time? Do you get sidetracked easily? Do you lose things often? Do these symptoms cause difficulties at your work or arguments in your family? Do you have a child who is restless, jumps up in class, talks excessively, and has boundless energy? Does your child have a hard time paying attention, finishing homework, get in trouble in school for talking over the teacher, not being able to listen in class and interrupting often? All these signs can be symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
When these behaviors appear in at least two important areas of life (work/home or school/home) and interfere with one’s life, ADHD is often diagnosed. Unfortunately, ADHD sometimes coexists with other psychological and behavioral problems. Children with ADHD are also prone to being defiant, oppositional or struggle with anxiety and depression. Adults can also experience anxiety and depression as well as difficulty in social settings and the work environment. The good news is, we can help. San Diego Seeking Therapy Counseling Services professionals use evidence-based practices. Since we use scientifically supported treatments for ADHD, there is good reason to believe your or your child’s problems can begin to improve very soon.
How Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) Can Help with
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has been proven effective in the treatment of both child and adult ADHD. Warm, caring, professionals can offer CBT therapy in a comfortable setting at San Diego Seeking Therapy Counseling Services, which is conveniently located 821 Kuhn Dr. Eastlake, Chula Vista. Our compassionate therapists have been extensively trained in scientifically supported techniques to efficiently reduce your and your child’s suffering. We also work with experienced and knowledgeable psychiatrists if we determine that medication could be helpful. We know it is not easy to get started, but we are here to help you get on the path to a better life. For information about CBT therapy, please email or call San Diego Seeking Therapy Counseling Services, and a therapist will be there to answer your questions. Your privacy and comfort are a priority, and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have about your and your child’s problems and their treatment.