ADHD Professionals in North Carolina
The following ADHD specialists include doctors, therapists, psychologists, coaches, and others serving patients in North Carolina.
Dr. Nicholas D'Avanzo
Dr. D'Avanzo is board certified in Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Special areas of interest include asthma, allergy, and ADHD/behavioral issues.
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.
Family Works Psychological Center
Family-oriented mental health and substance abuse clinic with multiple locations in Eastern North Carolina. We provide compassionate, state of the art counseling, therapy, and psychological services to children, adults, couples, and families
Full Sail ADHD Coaching
I believe that ADHD is like a sailboat with big sails and a rusty rudder. Its easy to catch the winds of interest, but challenging to change direction or stay on course. Let me help you find your Lode Star and learn strategies that work for you.
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.
Jacksonville Children’s Clinic
Jacksonville Children’s Clinic offers a wide variety of psychological testing as part of your child’s wellness examination and we have board certified pediatricians at the Jacksonville Children’s Clinic with special interest in management of ADHD.
John Mitchell, Ph.D.
John Mitchell, Ph.D., provides clinical services at the Duke ADHD Program at the Duke ADHD Clinic, supervises clinical trainees, delivers workshops on the treatment of ADHD in adulthood, and conducts clinical research involving ADHD in adulthood.
Joseph C. Stegman, MD
Early in his career, Dr. Stegman developed a special interest in children with developmental and behavioral disorders, especially those with attention deficit disorders. He runs Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics of the Carolinas.