Daniel L. Kinsey, M.D.
Dr. Kinsey is a board certified adult, child and adolescent psychiatrist, providing medical leadership to all child and adolescent residential programs at The Children’s Campus. Specialties include mood disorders and ADHD.
Douglas Jarvis, M.D.
Dr. Maria Valeña & Associates Child, Adolescent & Adult Psychiatry
Dr. Valena & Associates specialize in diagnosing and treating ADHD. Dr. Valena is board certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology. She is a member of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.
Evansville Psychiatric Associates
Evansville Psychiatric Associates is a team that believes in psychotherapy and the judicious use of medications when indicated. We treat the full range of mental and behavioral healthcare issues but have special interests in ADHD.
Fort Wayne Neurological Center Pediatric Neurology Institute
FWNC's Pediatric Neurology Institute is the only practice in the tri-state region to specialize in the treatment of juvenile neurological care. Treating a diverse area of neurological disorders including Attention Deficit Disorder.
Franciscan Hammond Clinic Pediatrics
We are equipped to diagnose and treat complex medical problems that our patients sometimes face, including ADHD. In these cases, we not only focus on the child but also on the parents and family and work closely with other doctors and specialists.
Henry Kaplan, D.O.
Dr. Kaplan provides psychiatric services to a school-aged population as well as adults, particularly with comorbid (multiple) diagnoses especially in the areas of ADHD, mood disorders (including Bipolar Disorder), anxiety disorders, and autism.
Indiana State University Psychology Clinic
A specialty we offer is the assessment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) for grade-school children. The ADHD evaluation includes multiple measures and ratings, and additional neuropsychological assessment tools may be used.
Indiana University Riley Child Development Center
The Riley Child Development Center (RCDC), a University Affiliated Program (UAP), serves families and children from infancy through adulthood who present developmental delays, behavior and learning problems, and more.