ADHD Professionals in Washington
The following ADHD specialists include doctors, therapists, psychologists, coaches, and others serving patients in Washington.
Laurie Dupar is a trained Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with 15 years experience as a credentialed ADHD Life Coach. Her specialties include ADHD medications, the newly diagnosed and those with co-existing conditions.
Kendra is a tutor, researcher, and teacher of teachers. She advocates for children and parents in and out of the school system. She teaches all ages all aspects of literacy, and specializes in Dyslexia and ADD.
At the Hallowell Todaro Center we take a multiple-pronged approach by developing and reviewing a full patient history, and interviewing both the patient and, when appropriate, his/her family which provides a complete picture of a patient’s health.
ADD Center of Bellevue
The ADD Center of Bellevue is your source for comprehensive diagnostic evaluation and treatment for ADHD (includes ADD and ADHD). Our goal is to be the best "in-person" resource for all your questions and issues concerning all aspects of ADHD.
AIMS Center at University of Washington
The AIMS Center at the University of Washington is a group of faculty, staff and consultants dedicated to improving the health of populations by advancing the research and implementation of Collaborative Care, a specific model of integrated care.
Allison Brooks, Ph.D.
Allison has extensive experience providing clinical services to children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, autism spectrum disorders, learning disabilities, ADHD, and anxiety and mood disorders. Allison co-founded Brooks Powers Group in 2006.
Angela Heithaus, MD
I have focused my integrative practice on the management of adult ADHD while at the same time providing those patients with primary care internal medicine . This focus resulted from my own personal journey as a person with ADHD.
Balance Counseling and Wellness
I am Dr. Alisa Murray, and I am a licensed psychologist in private practice. I treat ADHD. I use a combination of cognitive-behavior therapy, yoga, and mindfulness meditation, as appropriate for your personal needs and preferences.