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ADHD For Adults

ADHD Services for Adult

Our ADHD services for adults provide tailored assistance for individuals managing attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Our booking process is user-friendly, enabling quick and hassle-free scheduling of assessments, therapy sessions, and ongoing support.

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How an ADHD assessment works

Our team is committed to delivering compassionate and effective care, empowering adults with ADHD to achieve their goals and lead fulfilling lives.



At the onset of our assessment process for ADHD in adults, we employ initial screening tools designed to detect potential signs and symptoms. These tools help us identify areas of concern and determine if further evaluation is necessary. Screening may involve questionnaires, such as the Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale (ASRS).


Understanding You

Following the screening phase, we delve deeper into understanding the individual’s experiences and challenges through in-depth interviews and assessments. These sessions provide an opportunity for individuals to share their personal experiences, symptoms, and any difficulties they may be facing in various areas of life, such as work, relationships, and daily functioning.


Diagnostic Assessment

Our diagnostic process for ADHD involves a comprehensive evaluation, which includes psychological testing and cognitive assessments. These assessments help confirm the presence of ADHD and rule out other potential causes of symptoms. Psychological tests, such as the Conners Adult ADHD Rating Scales (CAARS), may be administered to assess specific ADHD-related behaviors and impairments.


Diagnostic Report

Based on the findings from the comprehensive assessment, our team generates a detailed diagnostic report. This report outlines the individual’s ADHD diagnosis, highlighting their strengths, challenges, and specific symptoms. Additionally, the report includes recommendations for treatment and support tailored to the individual’s unique needs.



Upon receiving a diagnosis of ADHD, individuals are offered access to a range of treatment options aimed at managing symptoms and improving overall functioning. These options may include medication, such as stimulants or non-stimulants, to address core symptoms of ADHD.

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Understanding ADHD

Cherishing Amazing minds

Through advocacy, education, and support, we champion neurodiversity and strive to create a world where individuals of all abilities are valued and embraced for their talents and contributions. Our mission is to foster a culture of acceptance, understanding, and inclusivity, where individuals with diverse minds are empowered to thrive and fulfill their aspirations.

With a commitment to compassion and advocacy, we aim to create a brighter future where every amazing mind is cherished, respected, and given the opportunity to shine.

ADHD Signs

You may be experiencing…

Book your appointment now to embark on a path towards positive change and growth. Our team is ready to provide the support and guidance you need to thrive.

Personal Challenges

Challenges at work

Challenges in relationships

Challenges at home


Some words from our patients

To give you an idea of how we work and how we might help you.
I was made to feel at ease straight away
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The doctor was very patient and understanding and I was treated with the utmost respect. I came away feeling well informed and I have a plan moving forward for my condition.
Fantastic clinic. I would highly recommend.
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I chose to go here to get diagnosed with autism privately. Sadly I have been let down by the NHS since my childhood in the 1980’s and I decided I had to go private, but I would say it was worth every penny and the long drive from my home. Lovely professional staff. Thank you.
The centre is a lovely welcoming place and the professionals put my highly anxious son at ease.
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We visited the children's center for a private Autism assessment for my 17-year-old son. The staff were informative, creating a welcoming atmosphere. Professionals eased his anxiety, and after negative experiences elsewhere, he found the right support.
From the minute we arrived staff were welcoming and professional.
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Upon arrival, staff were welcoming and professional. Grateful for their attentive care, making my son comfortable. Consultants had extensive knowledge, addressing unnoticed concerns. Psicon's support was remarkable. Highly recommend.
All practitioners were friendly, understanding and really knowledgeable
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Practitioners were friendly, understanding, and knowledgeable about autism, especially girls. They eased my daughter's anxiety, listened attentively, and offered helpful suggestions for school and family dynamics.
Frequently Asked Questions

We're here to answer your questions

Taking the first steps to understanding why your child feels different, unhappy, or is struggling takes courage. We’re here to help you make sure you find the right support for your child and your family.
What types of treatment options are available for adults with ADHD?
Treatment options for adults with ADHD may include medication, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), coaching, and lifestyle modifications. These approaches aim to manage symptoms such as inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity and improve daily functioning.
Can adults receive a diagnosis of ADHD if they were not diagnosed in childhood?
Yes, adults can be diagnosed with ADHD even if they were not diagnosed in childhood. Many individuals may not recognize their symptoms until adulthood, and seeking a diagnosis can provide clarity, understanding, and access to appropriate support and treatment.
How can ADHD services help adults in the workplace?
ADHD services can assist adults in the workplace by providing strategies to improve time management, organization, and task prioritization. Additionally, accommodations such as flexible work schedules, noise reduction, and ergonomic adjustments can help mitigate the impact of ADHD symptoms on job performance.
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Book your appointment now to embark on a path towards positive change and growth. Our team is ready to provide the support and guidance you need to thrive.

Personal Challenges

People with ADHD often find it difficult to get into a hobby or interest or find that they can be very passionate about something but then quickly become interested in something else. People can get drawn into endless scrolling and get frustrated with themselves for not being able to develop more healthy strategies to cope with stress.

Challenges at work

Many people with ADHD struggle to reach their potential at work because of the challenges they face in managing time, resources, and relationships. People who have ADHD don’t just struggle to pay attention, they can also ‘hyper focus’ meaning they find it difficult to stop a task and budget their time.

Challenges in relationships

It can be very difficult to maintain relationships and meet your partner’s needs at the same time as ensuring your own needs are met. Impulsivity can be very difficult to manage and lead to many arguments – knowing if you have ADHD can help others understand that this can’t always be helped.

Challenges at home

Keeping on top of housework, finishing DIY projects, dealing with bills and doing the chores are a very different challenge for people with ADHD. While many of us will dislike these kinds of tasks, ADHD makes them incredibly difficult despite the very best efforts. The stress that often comes from feeling these jobs are mounting up can be very distressing.