ADHD is not always easy to identify. Perhaps you are already familiar with characteristics such as attention problems, restlessness and impulsivity. But when should you get a diagnosis? And in what situations can you refer to a mental health care practice?
What makes the diagnosis of ADHD particularly difficult is that there are often related diagnostics. For example, depression, autism, or an anxiety disorder. On this website you can read more about ADHD. [link] If you suspects ADHD in your patient, are unsure about it, or wish to request more information, please feel free to call or email ADHD City. Together we will discuss what we can do for you. We can schedule an introductory meeting with your patient to arrive at a proper diagnosis. If the patient identifies with the diagnosis of ADHD, we can commence with custom treatment and support.
In some situations, diagnosis may already have been conducted at another institution. In this case, there are three ways to refer to ADHD City for treatment:
give the referral letter to your client
email the referral letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
We do not (yet) offer 24 hour care. So we can't start treatment if there is severe suicidal or auto-mutilation tendencies, severe degree of dissociation problems, serious anti-social behaviour, severe verbal or physically abusive behaviour, stalking, primary addiction problems, psychotic states, eating disorders (BMI < or = 17 of > 35).