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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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Women with ADHD who are 40-and-better, at menopause or post menopausal are my specialty. After a lifetime of holding up the facade of "normal," you're ready to uncover who the heck you really are and finally live the life you've always deserved!

ADDiva Network for ADHD Women
137 Heather Ridge Court

Durham, North Carolina 27712
United States

view phone919-309-9300

view fax919-309-9007

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.

Theresa E. Laurie Maitland, Ph.D. - ADHD Coach Specializing in College
450 Ridge Road

Suites 0118, 2109

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599
United States

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Carolina Attention Specialists

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Carolina Attention Specialists in Greensboro and Charlotte in NC specializes in ADHD treatment and management. We are a specialty medical practice for ADHD and related problems for children as well as adults. Greensboro and Charlotte locations.

 
3625 N. Elm St., Suite 110A

Greensboro, North Carolina 27455
United States

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Cary Behavioral Health, P.C.

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Cary Behavioral Health, P.C. is a private office based specialty practice dedicated to providing coordinated behavioral health services. We specialize in treating ADD/ADHD.

 
8320 Falls of Neuse Road

Suite 109

Cary, North Carolina 27615
United States

view phone(919) 466-7540

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Daniel Moran, M.D.

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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.

 
1001 W. Williams St.

Suite 104

Apex, North Carolina 27502
United States

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David Rabiner, Ph.D.

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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.

 
4 East Union Drive

Duke University

Durham, North Carolina 27708
United States

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