How is the Price so Affordable?
Our digital intake form gathers a thorough history and saves clinicians time normally spent asking questions manually. After filling out the intake, you are connected to a licensed specialist by webcam to discuss the findings and consider diagnostic possibilities.
What Are Signs That I May Have ADHD?
There are two types of ADHD, Inattentive and Hyperactive, that tend to be missed, due to the varying signs that can label people incorrectly as being “Lazy”, “Stupid”, or “Anxious”.
Do you Accept my Insurance?
We are in-network, and preferred providers, with most BCBS and BCN plans. A few providers are in-network with Aetna.
We can submit claims as out-of-network providers to UHC, HAP/ASR, Aetna, and Cigna.
How Do We Diagnose ADHD?
You will answer questions from the comfort of home via our automated intake questionnaire. Afterwards, you will meet with a licensed clinician specializing in ADHD via video, or locally, depending on the intake you have chosen.
The accessibility and affordability has been a game changer for many patients.
What About Prescriptions?
We provide you with the diagnostic evaluation that primary care physicians often need to feel comfortable prescribing, and we have prescribers who are available for online medication management appointments.
ADHD Damages Your Self-Concept. Therapy Reverses That.
Unfortunately, when ADHD goes undiagnosed, lost productivity is not the only consequence. Typically, years of aversive experiences, where the brain does not cooperate with desire, results in a cascade of learned limiting beliefs about ones self, which can be coupled with anxious feelings. That’s where ADHD coaching comes in.
Consequences of Untreated ADHD
- Reflexive Anxiety/Futility/Resentment about any Task or To-Do List
- Feeling “Stupid” or “Flaky”
- Rejection Sensitivity
- Learning to Rely on Procrastination Induced Anxiety to Generate Focus (Even When it “Makes No Sense”)
- Low Self-Esteem
- Anger Management and Emotional Dysregulation
- Chronic Boredom and Depressive Symptoms
- Difficulty with Being Told What to do
- Issues Related to Needing to be in Control, or Paradoxically Succumbing to Always Feeling out of Control