Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety, sleep problems, rage attacks, dyslexia , reading problems
What do they all have in common? ADHD is typically a central or main disorder and is recognized as a polygenetic syndrome. Polygenetic means a disorder(s) made up of many genetic facts. The ADHD spectrum disorder can be crippling and seriously interfere with quality of life, happiness, or even survival.
Do you or someone you know need quick answers? At one time or another it seems as thought we all do. The two books, ADD Kaleidoscope; The many facets of Adult Attention Deficit Disorder and Counsel Me Quickly; Ensuring your mental health in the new millenium, listed on this site, are both designed to provide down-to-earth, simple-to-understand information about ADHD.
Have you searched the web for information about ADHD and depression, or ADHD and anxiety? Have you found wide differences in information? This web site is the product of Joan Andrews, MS,MFT and Denise E. Davis, MS, MFT. Joan’s specialty in the ADHD realm is diagnosing ADHD as well as coaching and counseling. Between them they have forty years of experience in the ADHD field, both with evaluating and counseling.