ADHD Professionals in Ohio
The following ADHD specialists include doctors, therapists, psychologists, coaches, and others serving patients in Ohio.
Adam Brandemihl, M.D.
Dr. Brandemihl is a board certified general Psychiatrist specializing in medication management and psychotherapy for adult patients and adolescents in their late teens. He is experienced in treating a variety of disorders including ADD/ADHD.
Adult ADHD Center of Cleveland
Dr. Sabet has been in practice over 25 years in northeast Ohio. Patients will benefit from his wide range of experience, and his emphasis on the practice of integrative medicine. He is a respected leader in the treatment of Adult ADHD.
Akron Children's Hospital Division of Neurobehavioral Health
The Division of Neurobehavioral Health serves as a partner in the care of your child to assess his cognitive strengths and weaknesses, ease emotional stress, develop a plan of treatment and intervention for home and school, and improve life.
Center for ADHD, Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology at Cincinnati Children's Hospital
The Center for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, established in 2005, helps to improve the diagnosis and evidence-based treatment of ADHD with a multidisciplinary team.
Child and Adolescent Service Center (Canton, Ohio) Stark County Mental Health Foundation
Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital ADHD Center for Evaluation and Treatment
The Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital ADHD Center for Evaluation and Treatment (ACET) program offers comprehensive assessment services based on the National Institutes of Health guidelines, as well as treatment options for individuals with ADHD.
Dayton Children's Developmental Pediatrics
Francis Rogalski, M.D.
Geoffrey E. Putt, Psy.D. Licensed Psychologist
LearningRx - Akron-Bath OH
LearningRx offers one-on-one brain training that targets and strengthens the weak cognitive skills associated with ADHD. The results we get for our clients are not only life changing, they’re lasting, too. Learn more at learningrx.com.