Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affects nearly every aspect of a person’s life. ADD has been associated with underachievement in school, family conflict, drug abuse, legal difficulties, and poor work performance.
We regularly assist clients with tools that assess the possibility of overall ADD/ADHD, and determine which of the seven types of ADD/ADHD a client has. This allows us to make personalized treatment recommendations based on a specific brain type. We often are asked to consult with our ADD clients’ medical doctor, nutritionist, employer, or educators in developing a successful ADD treatment plan.