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Therapy for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common but difficult condition that interferes with normal functioning and can make work, school, and social experiences more challenging. Our personalized approach to ADHD treatment will help you to fully engage in life situations, creating a path forward for success on your way to the hilltop.

What Is Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder?

ADHD is one of the most common childhood neurodevelopmental disorders. ADHD is typically diagnosed in childhood and can last into adulthood. People with ADHD may experience inattention, hyperactivity, impulsivity, or a mixed presentation. The main symptoms of ADHD are trouble paying attention, restlessness, and a tendency to act without considering the consequences. The persistent pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity and impulsivity damages relationships causes distress and can create problems at work or school.

Some symptoms of inattention include:

  • Inability to sustain focus in class, at work meetings, or even on loved ones
  • Difficulty listening to others, even if the information being shared is important
  • Difficulty staying organized and following through on tasks, resulting in missed deadlines
  • Forgetfulness, no matter how important the information is to retain

Some symptoms of hyperactivity / impulsivity include:

  • Restlessness when expected to remain still or quiet, resulting in difficulty staying in the classroom or office
  • Fidgeting with your hands and feet
  • Talking excessively in ways that make it difficult for people to follow your ideas
  • Difficulty waiting your turn or a tendency to interrupt others
  • Difficulty thinking before acting, leading to potential harm

How We Treat ADHD

At Hills, we take an integrative therapy approach to treating ADHD. We teach you new ways to focus, reframe your sense of self, and alleviate some of the problematic symptoms of ADHD.

Common ADHD Brain Patterns

Patients with ADHD often show abnormal brainwave activity. We conduct a qEEG assessment to examine your brain function and apply neurotherapy to stimulate and help you learn to change your brainwave activity to achieve your true potential.

  • Frontal beta spindles
  • Frontal alpha
  • High theta/beta ratio (common ADHD brain pattern; a neuro marker for ADHD)
  • Excessive theta in the midline
  • Excess delta
  • Mu rhythm

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