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The Clinic for Adult Attention Problems, P.A., (CAAP) is a multidisciplinary specialty clinic. The primary mission of the clinic is to provide exemplary patient care through state-of-the-art assessment and treatment and to expand knowledge through research.
We work with clients to offer quality psychological evaluations and treatment with convenience and affordability in mind. We offer therapy appointments on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings for those who cannot make it in during standard business hours.
What is ADD/ADHD?
ADHD, or Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, is a neurological condition that affects both children and adults. Symptoms of ADHD include difficulty paying attention, general restlessness, and/or impulsivity. Adults with attention problems frequently make the following observations:
In addition, many adults with ADHD experience problems with memory, anxiety, and/or depression. Also, difficulties with relationships, a lack of advancement in one's career, an unstable job history, substance abuse problems, and a general pattern of obsessive thoughts or compulsive behaviors, are frequently seen in adults with the disorder. Furthermore, adults with the disorder often suffer from low self-esteem arising from a long history of difficulty meeting life goals.
- "I can't stand waiting"
- "I'm constantly losing things"
- "I can't concentrate"
- "I don't plan ahead"
- "I haven't lived up to my potential"
- "I am always running late"
- "I'm bored easily"
- "I'm easily distracted"
- "I'm unsure of myself"
- "I can handle only one thing at a time"
Click here for more information about ADD/ADHD, how it is diagnosed, and what may cause the disorder.
Why is it important to identify and treat ADD/ADHD?
Undiagnosed and untreated ADHD can have devastating effects on an adult. The symptoms and secondary problems associated with ADHD often cause significant impairment in academic, work, family, and social functioning, and can greatly affect one's sense of well-being, self-esteem, and productivity. Many patients report that the diagnosis and education that follows an assessment is a profoundly healing experience. In addition, proper diagnosis and effective treatment of ADHD can dramatically improve concentration, memory, learning, work efficiency, self-confidence, and social functioning.
How can the Clinic for Adult Attention Problems, P.A., help?
The clinic offers comprehensive assessment and treatment for ADD/ADHD, as well as other psychological disorders, such as depression, bipolar I and II, anxiety disorders, and obsessive compulsive disorders. Click here for more information about how our clinic can help.
How can I make an appointment?
Click here to request an appointment and our staff will contact you shortly, or just call us at 713-523-0058. The wait time for new patient appointments is generally less than one week.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes, we are contracted with several insurance companies. We also accept clients not using insurance. Call our office at 713-523-0058 to find out more.
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