ADHD Professionals in Nevada
The following ADHD specialists include doctors, therapists, psychologists, coaches, and others serving patients in Nevada
Kristin Hestalden, MD
Dr. Hestdalen received her MD from Loma Linda University, completed her psychiatry residency at Oregon Health Sciences University and Residency in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Stanford . Her areas of clinical practice include ADHD and anxiety.
Michael R. Madow, MD, FAPA
If you live in Henderson and you suffer from depression, anxiety, ADHD or other disorders, you can rely on the training, experience, and compassion of psychiatrist and psychopharmacologist Dr. Michael Madow.
Norton A. Roitman, MD, DFAPA
Dr. Roitman is Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and Board Certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in addition to General Adult Psychiatry. He can diagnose/treat ADHD.
Nudrat R. Nauman, MD
Dr. Nudrat R. Nauman of Advanced Pediatrics in Las Vegas, Nevada, offers behavioral assessments, treatment, and referrals for a wide spectrum of such issues like ADHD, anxiety, depression, learning problems, and autism.
Oasis Behavioral Health
Oasis Behavioral Health treats both adults and adolescents. We perform thorough diagnostic evaluations and emphasize building a strong doctor-patient relationship in order to treat emotional disorders effectively, including ADHD.
Positively Kids Family Healthcare Clinic
We provide all general pediatric care for behavioral health problems. We have resources to address substance abuse, mental health problems, disciplinary problems, ADHD, and other behavioral issues.
Dr. Jain is passionate about diagnostic evaluations and offers many second opinions and consultations across the Vegas valley .Dr. Jain has particular interest in treating ADHD.
Dr. Jain is passionate about diagnostic evaluations and offers many second opinions and consultations across the Vegas valley. Her special interests include mood and anxiety disorders, ADHD, and personality disorders.
The Cairn Center
We here at The Cairn Center believe that assessing ADHD or ADD symptoms alone is not adequate. We try to assess in what ways the symptoms are currently impairing a person’s daily functioning and what these symptoms are caused by.