ADHD Professionals in Hawaii
The following ADHD specialists include doctors, therapists, psychologists, coaches, and others serving patients in Hawaii.
Galler Rimm Behavioral Health Services, Inc.
Our Agency, Galler Rimm Behavioral Health Services, consists of child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry, as well as developmental and behavioral pediatrics. GRBHS offers a comprehensive, strength-based, and solution-focused approach to challenges.
Hawai‘i ADHD Center for Children and Adults
Our center prides itself in providing accurate diagnosis using neurological, neuropsychological and individualized educational and social assessments. We are committed to helping affected individuals achieve their educational, career and social goals
Kapi'Olani Medical Center for Women and Children (Honolulu) Pediatrics
Diagnosis of behavioral and developmental difficulties due to physical or mental problems, and counseling for the individual and family to help them manage and cope. The clinic also provides coordination of care for ADHD.
LearningRx – Honolulu West
37% of LearningRx students report reducing or eliminating ADHD medication after our program. LearningRx can make faster, easier learning a reality for anyone by improving cognitive skills.
Ryan Lee, M.D.
Ryan Lee, M.D., director of neurodevelopmental clinic at Shriners Hospital for Children, Honolulu. In 2014, Dr. Lee launched a groundbreaking Shriners ketogenic diet program for children with difficult-to-control seizure disorders and autism.
Shriners Hospitals for Children — Honolulu Neurodevelopmental Clinic, Dr. Ryan Lee, MD
Dr. Ryan Lee is the only pediatric neurologist with special emphasis in neurodevelopmental disabilities in the state of Hawaii. We treat patients with conditions such as autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD, and more.
The LD-ADHD Center of Hawaii
If your child struggles with learning, might he or she be showing signs or symptoms of a learning disability? Our professional staff can help you with identifying and diagnose a learning disability if necessary.