If you or someone you love is struggling with ADHD or common comorbidities, we have resources in South Carolina available to help. From anxiety and depression to binge eating and obsessive compulsive disorder, ADHD rarely operates alone.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common neurodevelopmental disorder that affects children and adults. Symptoms of ADHD can include difficulty paying attention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. ADHD can make it difficult to succeed in school, work, and relationships.
There are a number of effective treatments for ADHD, including medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes. Medication can help to improve focus and reduce hyperactivity and impulsivity. Therapy can help people with ADHD learn how to manage their symptoms and improve their overall functioning. Lifestyle changes, such as getting regular exercise and eating a healthy diet, can also help to improve symptoms.
If you or your child is struggling with ADHD, there are a number of resources available to help. There are many qualified ADHD treatment providers in South Carolina who can help you develop a treatment plan that is right for you or your child.
ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects how people pay attention, control impulsive behaviors, and manage energy levels. Symptoms of ADHD can start in childhood and can continue into adulthood.
There are three main types of ADHD:
ADHD is diagnosed by a healthcare professional based on your symptoms, medical history, and behavior.
Our Smart Assessment is completely confidential and comprehensive. It screens for ADHD as well as other mental health concerns such as anxiety and depression. And no subscription is necessary!
Licensed psychologists in our network review each assessment and provide an ADHD diagnosis or exclusion.
There are a number of effective treatments for ADHD, including medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes.
Medication is the most common treatment for ADHD. There are a number of different types of medications available, and the best medication for you or your child will depend on your individual needs.
From therapy to medication and behavior change to long-term strategies, your options for treating ADHD are endless. And we’re here to help every step of the way. Before you read on, be sure you’ve taken the Mentavi Smart Assessment–it’s the first step in our Medical Treatment process.
Therapy can help people with ADHD learn how to manage their symptoms and improve their overall functioning.
We believe living your best life means using all the tools in your toolbox. Whether your Assessment with us resulted in a diagnosis or an exclusion, Therapy could be one of those tools. Learn more about our therapy options.
Lifestyle changes, such as getting regular exercise and eating a healthy diet, can also help to improve symptoms of ADHD.
We will connect you with a clinician in South Carolina for a 50-minute visit via a HIPAA-compliant Zoom account. Each visit will focus on you, your ADHD journey, and how you can live your best life with ADHD. You and your therapist will determine how often to meet during your first appointment.
Each appointment costs $99. While we do not accept insurance, our services are reimbursed up to 100% by most insurance plans. We will provide you with an itemized statement to submit to your insurance company. You can also use your HSA and FSA accounts. Learn more about Therapy and ADHD.
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