ADHD Professionals in Rhode Island
The following ADHD specialists include doctors, therapists, psychologists, coaches, and others serving patients in Rhode Island
Anchor Counseling Center
Psychiatric Services for Children and Adolescents and Counseling for Children, Adults, Families and Couples in Rhode Island. We treat depression, anxiety, OCD, addiction, and anger management.
Brett Leimkuhler, Ph.D.
Brett Leimkuhler, Ph.D. is a clinical neuropsychologist whose practice is dedicated to the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of cognitive and emotional disorders in children (10 and up), adolescents, and adults, including ADHD.
Hasbro Children's Hospital Children's Neurodevelopment Center
The Children’s Neurodevelopment Center (CNDC) at Hasbro Children’s Hospital provides evaluation and treatment of children with neurological, genetic, developmental, metabolic and behavioral disorders.
J. T. Jones, Ph.D.
Dr. Jones specializes in the assessment and treatment of behavior disorders in children. Dr. Jones works closely with families, school personal and medical providers offering comprehensive care through evidenced based interventions.
At the NeuroDevelopment Center, you can build a strong, supportive, and collaborative relationship with an experienced psychologist. With our wide range of tools for testing and assessment, we will help you understand your difficulties.
New England Pediatric Institute of Neurodevelopment
We are the only area facility working with children from birth up to the age of 21, offering a broad spectrum of mental and neurodevelopmental health services in one convenient location.
Psychological Associates of Warwick
Psychological Associates of Warwick (PAW) is a Rhode Island based private practice that provides state-of-the-art diagnostic testing, assessment of ADHD, Autism and other psychological disorders.
Randy Kulman, Ph.D.
I specialize in working with children with symptoms of ADHD, Learning Disabilities, anxiety, and Autism Spectrum Disorder who struggle with executive-functioning skills and appear disorganized, distracted, or inflexible in problem solving.