ADHD Therapy and Treatment

Does your child or teen…

  • Have trouble staying focused and often miss important details?
  • Make hasty decisions and seek immediate rewards?
  • Move around constantly even in situations when it is not appropriate?
  • Daydream a lot and is generally disorganized?
  • Have trouble initiating and completing new tasks?
  • Avoid or dislike tasks that require sustained mental effort?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, your child or teen may have difficulty with inattention and/or hyperactivity and impulsivity.

It is when sustaining attention for long periods of time and/or having excessive hyperactive and impulsive behaviors that it can affect your child or teen’s everyday functioning. If this sounds familiar and it is negatively impacting their functioning at home, school or in relationships, your child or teen may be living with ADHD. We are here to help. Give us a call at or send us a text to (973) 891-0793 if you are seeking direction for your child or teen and would like to learn more about how they can cope with it.

Once attention and hyperactivity/impulsivity reaches clinical levels, it can fall into various categories. Some people may struggle mostly with inattention, some may have more hyperactive and impulsive behaviors and others may struggle with both types of problems. ADHD in children and adolescents can impact their ability to get things done in a timely manner, complete homework, keep their materials organized, be constantly on the go, fidget and squirm and even have trouble making and keeping friends. You have an opportunity to help your child or teen take charge of their life and feel better. We are here to help them take back control.

ADHD is diagnosed in about 11% of children and teenagers in the United States. Our highly skilled clinical psychologists can help your child or teen regain power over their life and achieve their goals. Through supportive, insight-oriented psychotherapy coupled with cognitive-behavioral techniques and mindfulness-based strategies, we can guide them through this learning and healing process.

There is no need for your child or teen to suffer any longer. They are not alone.