ADHD Professionals in North Carolina
The following ADHD specialists include doctors, therapists, psychologists, coaches, and others serving patients in North Carolina.
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Theresa E. Laurie Maitland, Ph.D., is currently the coordinator of the Academic Success Program for Students with LD/ADHD: A Learning Center Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Daniel Moran, M.D.
Dr. Moran has been in private practice since 2007. His practice focuses on evaluation and treatment of children with autism, attention problems, learning differences and behavioral problems.
David Rabiner, Ph.D.
David Rabiner, Ph.D., is a research professor in the Dept. of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke. His research has examined nonmedical use of ADHD medications by college students and the impact of attention difficulties on academic success.
Dr. Tiffany Brown-Bush MS, LPC, ND
I'm an Integrative CBT Therapist, Nutrition Coach and Naturopathic Doctor my goal is to help you holistically uncover your true potential and manage your Adult ADD or child's ADHD. Evidenced based and as natural as possible.
Duke University (Durham, North Carolina) ADHD Clinic
Duke specialists work with adults and children who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. We are directly involved in the latest ADHD research, and participate in clinical trials designed to better understand the disorder.
Edison Hamlin, Ph.D.
Ed Hamlin is the founder and director of the Institute for Applied Neuroscience in Asheville, North Carolina. Dr. Hamlin specializes in applied neuroscience techniques to help address attention problems, cognitive disorders, depression and anxiety.
Gary Peterson, M.D.
Gary Peterson, M.D., a resident faculty member and psychiatrist in independent clinical practice at the Southeast Institute for Group and Family Therapy. He has an eclectic style addressing the needs of his patients, many of whom present with ADHD.