Are you one of the estimated 5 percent of the American population dealing with Attention
Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder? There is much more to managing ADHD than deciding whether or not to use medication, and it doesn’t just affect kids. ADHD can impact your career, your business, your relationships, your self-confidence and esteem, and so much more. Maybe you are the loved one of an ADHD person, frustrated and confused with your interactions, possibly questioning the long-term viability of continuing in your relationship.
How can counseling help adults living with ADHD?
While ADHD diagnoses come in a limited number of types, how ADHD manifests can be very different from one person to another and from one stage of life to another. Understanding how your diagnosis works to your advantage and how it interferes with your success can play a significant role in creating the life you desire and deserve.
You can learn to build on your strengths and grow from your challenges, and you don’t have to do it alone. Darlene Cross’ graduate paper for her Masters of Science degree in Counseling was titled, A Family Systems Perspective to Attention Deficit Disorders (1995). She has family members with ADHD and co-owns a family business with an ADHD partner. Let her background, knowledge, and expertise go to work for and with you today.