Evidence-based Assessments and Therapy for ADHD

If you believe you or your child have ADHD, we are here to help.

ADHD, also known as Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, is a developmental difference that alters the brain’s capacity to regulate emotion and attention.  While some of the symptoms are easily recognized, such as difficulty concentrating or needing to move/fidget, many signs of ADHD go unnoticed.

ADHD can also show up in other areas of life, such as:

  • Difficulty with motivation and productivity
  • Trouble paying attention during conversation
  • Mood swings and emotional outbursts
  • Hyperfocusing (focusing too much on something, such as a videogame)
  • Relationship problems
  • Thrill-seeking behaviors or need for stimulation/excitement
  • And more

Although some are able to get tested and diagnosed early in life, many people struggle and live without answers.  This often leads to self-doubt, low self-worth, and feeling defeated by life.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

We are here for you.

West Michigan Psychological Services provides therapy and assessment for kids and adults who struggle with ADHD, ADD, and other difficulties that impact focus and productivity.  Together, these services provide you and your family with the gold-standard of care for ADHD and other psychological concerns. 

Assessment Services.  The most effective treatment begins with an accurate diagnosis.  Psychological Assessment for ADHD can provide you or your child with answers about the root cause of the issue and determine the best course of action for enhancing wellbeing.  Assessments are an essential part of an accurate ADHD diagnosis, as it can sometimes be mistaken for other mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, and even trauma.  Contact us today to learn more about our assessments for ADHD and how they can help.

Therapy Services.  Our therapists utilize evidence-based modalities (e.g., CBT) to help you learn skills and coping strategies for living well with ADHD.  We also work to address underlying beliefs (e.g., believing you aren’t good enough) and emotional pain caused by the difficulties of living without a diagnosis. 

Therapy for ADHD can also help by:

  • Improving focus and productivity
  • Building skills for organizing and staying on track
  • Decreasing unhealthy and impulsive habits
  • Deepening awareness of thoughts and feelings
  • Bolstering progress toward life goals

Whether you are looking to get answers or therapeutic support, we are here for you. 

Get started with West Michigan Psychological Services

WMPS is a Michigan-based private practice founded by Dr. Leslie Roberts.  Dr. Roberts and her team of psychologists and therapists are passionate about helping kids, adults, and families overcome life’s challenges through evidence-based care.  Each service is entirely confidential and individually tailored to your needs. 

Contact us today to learn more or sign up for your first session.