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Clinicians at Duke are available to provide behavior therapy to individual patients and their families.
We work with patients to better understand their attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and learn new skills to help them adapt to difficulties at home, school, work, or in relationships.
Individual therapy may include learning new ways to get organized, avoid procrastination, communicate effectively, and succeed academically. We also help patients cope with the emotional aspects of having ADHD.
Our program offers education, support, and training to parents of preschool through adolescent children with ADHD.
We recognize and understand the challenges of parenting children with ADHD and are specially trained to teach parents new skills that help them cope with parenting stress.
Family therapy is also sometimes recommended to improve relationships between parents and children, spouses, or siblings. Our clinicians can work with you to determine if this would be beneficial to your family.
Our program offers support to adolescents with ADHD to become better organized, manage their time, and set and achieve goals for themselves. We also provide education to help students understand how their ADHD affects them at school and how they can begin to advocate for extra help they might need in the classroom.
Adolescent study skills treatment is offered in individual and small group formats. For more information, contact Naomi Ornstein Davis, PhD, at 919-681-0011 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our program also offers individualized cognitive-behavioral therapy for adults with ADHD to improve their organization, time management, planning, and mood.
For more information, please call 919-668-0085 .
For more information or to schedule an appointment for parent and family ADHD therapy, please call 888-ASK-DUKE (888-275-3853).
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