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ADHD Therapy

Having Trouble with Self Control?

  • Are you having trouble focusing and keeping the focus on your job?

  • Just finished reading a chapter in a book and can't remember anything about it? 

  • Is your house and your desk constantly disorganized? 

  • Do you procrastinate important tasks until the last minute? 

  • Are you finding it difficult to be consistent with your goals?  

 

ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a condition that is detected at an early age. Due to a lack of information about this condition, parents of a child with ADHD do not take the necessary measures to treat it at an early age as it should with therapy, it is important to consider that this disorder may perceive symptoms until adulthood.

If You Are Struggling with ADHD, We Got You!

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) stands as a prevalent neurodevelopmental condition in Canada, impacting around 4-6% of adults and 5-7% of children. This translates to roughly 1.8 million individuals within the country living with this disorder.

ADHD in each person is as distinct as their individual fingerprints. The experience of ADHD varies uniquely among those who have the condition, among the discomforts that some people may experience are fidgeting a lot or talking excessively.  Some people with ADHD may make decisions too quickly and without thinking through the consequences or act rashly, while others may not have the ability to be patient and wait, leading them to interrupt conversations or situations.

 

However, if you are experiencing ADHD, know that this condition is very common and that you are always on time to learn how to manage it with therapy.

 

Understanding ADHD: Unveiling the Real Story

 

There are many myths about ADHD, nowadays people are talking more about this condition, than a few years back. The good thing about this is that people are more informed, and the condition is being normalized in society. However, the disadvantage of this is that there are more opinions, misinformation and as a result myths have been created, here are some of the most common myths people are talking about: 
 

  • Myth: Someone can't have ADHD and also have depression, anxiety, or other psychiatric problems.

Fact: A person with ADHD is six times more likely to have another psychiatric or learning disorder than most other people. ADHD usually overlaps with other disorders.

  • Myth: ADHD is just a lack of willpower. People with ADHD focus well on things that interest them; they could focus on any other tasks if they really wanted to.

Fact: ADHD looks very much like a willpower problem, but it isn't. It's essentially a chemical problem in the management systems of the brain.

If you think you might be experiencing ADHD, have a consultation with a psychotherapist and get all of your questions cleared out.

 

 Our Compassionate Approach to Managing ADHD

Through a tailored and empathetic approach, our psychotherapist can help you understand your unique challenges, navigate daily life, and develop effective coping strategies. We offer a safe space in therapy for discussing difficulties related to organization, time management, impulsivity, and emotional regulations.

 

By collaboratively setting goals and implementing personalized techniques, our psychotherapists provide the tools to enhance focus, boost self-esteem, and cultivate a stronger sense of self-awareness. With guidance, you can harness strengths and work towards a more fulfilling and empowered life journey.

 

At The Wise Self, our psychotherapists possess the knowledge and expertise to provide invaluable support to individuals grappling with ADHD. 


Are you feeling skeptical about having ADHD? 

We understand that accepting to have a mental condition might not be easy nor comfortable. You have made the most courageous decision for yourself and that is to seek clarity and explore symptoms and experiences with a psychotherapist.

 

Having doubts about how effective therapy might be for ADHD?

It is important to understand that therapy is a journey. Sometimes you will find some sessions more challenging than others and that is completely normal. Research shows that therapy, especially when tailored to ADHD, can lead to improved functioning and well-being.

Is your time very limited to going to therapy? 

Finding time for therapy in your busy schedule might be a concern for you. We have good news, our therapists offer different accommodations to fit your schedule so time will never be a problem for us to help you have a better life.

 

I know ADHD has caused and is causing challenges in life. I am concerned about the costs and how therapy works. 

 

Treating your ADHD is another step in the journey of improving your mental health and well-being. Solving past traumas or navigating life transitions will help you make the right decisions, feel lighter and know how to handle situations when life gets challenging.

 

Embarking on a journey towards better mental health shouldn't be hindered by financial barriers. Our affordable psychotherapy services provide a solution that bridges the gap between quality care and affordability. 

 

At The Wise Self Psychotherapy Clinic, we are dedicated to providing you with flexible and accessible options for your therapeutic journey. We offer online and in-person sessions, whatever modality you choose our team of therapists will be there for you. More than a hundred clients have accessed our services in their preferred way, our therapeutic techniques will improve your quality of life.

If you have any questions about our therapy services or want to get in touch with one of our team members you can call us at (289) 778-5429 or email us at admin@thewiseself.net. Book now a 15-minute FREE consultation. 

We are a culturally competent team that offers a caring and compassionate approach combined with a variety of evidence-based therapeutic modalities to help you build resilience and meet your goals. We also offer Psychotherapy Services in Spanish, Mandarin and Farsi. 

 

Become a Wiser Version of Yourself!

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