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Psychologists and Therapists
Psychologists and therapists who address ADHD and LD symptoms through patient-specific counseling that ranges from occupational and speech therapy to behavioral, educational, group, and family therapy.
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Led by Dr. Sanford J. Silverman, The Center for Attention Deficit and Learning Disorders combines both traditional treatment options and innovative technology for the assessment and treatment of ADD/ADHD and other learning disorders.
We are highly experienced, certified speech-language pathologists who specialize in evaluating and treating a wide range of speech-language and cognitive issues for young children, school age children and adolescents.
I'm a Licensed Psychologist in WI and ADHD Coach, accredited through ADDCA. I'm also able to evaluate and diagnose ADHD and comorbid conditions. Through personal and clinical experience, I hope to be able to help you reach your goals with ADHD!
Dr. Ellen Littman is a clinical psychologist located just north of New York City. Her private practice focuses on a high IQ adult and adolescent population. She has expertise with gender issues and is coauthor of "Understanding Girls with ADHD".
Dr. Korey is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in the assessment of ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), HF ASD/Asperger's, learning disabilities, and other comorbid conditions for children, adolescents, and adults.
Elizabeth A. Sautter, MA, CCC- is a licensed speech and language pathologist and co-director and co-owner of Communication Works (CW), a private practice providing speech, language, and social therapy in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Do you seek to embrace your life as never before? Welcome to The Life Empowerment Center (TLEC), where founder and director James Ochoa, LPC combines mentoring, coaching and counseling to help ADHD adolescents and adults.
For over thirty years, I have been able to help people understand how children learn, how to maximize success and how to reduce the stress that often accompanies teaching and learning.
Joel Nigg, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and a professor in the departments of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at OHSU. He directs the OSHU ADHD Research program and is also director of the division of psychology.
Dr. Perlis is a licensed psychologist providing psychotherapy and psycho-educational evaluations for children, adolescents and adults experiencing a wide range of developmental and psychological difficulties.