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Therapy for ADHD in Campbell and San Jose, CA

Do you struggle with concentrating? Do you put off tasks to the very last minute? Have you been diagnosed with ADHD and need therapy to help you manage the stress connected to ADHD? Healing Therapy Services can help adults and teens struggling with ADHD make sense of their diagnosis and learn alternative ways to manage the stress. 

If you are seeking counseling for ADHD for yourself or therapy for your child/teen with ADHD then Healing Therapy Services can provide mental health counseling. Working with skilled and experienced licensed therapist for ADHD you can begin to see results and start feeling better. 

In addition, it's just as important to consult with your doctor regarding ADHD treatment options. 

Therapy treatment for ADHD in Campbell and Online 

What is ADHD? 

ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder usually diagnosed in childhood, but some individuals are diagnosed in adulthood. A child or an adult who has attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) might have trouble paying attention and focusing on tasks, tends to act without thinking (impulsivity), poor time management, and has hard time sitting still (restlessness). 

Having ADHD can impact your life at work, in relationships, and at home.

ADHD can be treated with prescribed medication, behavior therapy, and counseling. Treatment for ADHD is available and it can significantly make a difference. 

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Signs and Symptoms of ADHD

  • Might struggle with attention to detail 

  • Forgetfulness 

  • Poor concentration 

  • Struggle staying organized

  • Messy, disorganized, poor time management 

  • Hard to sit still 

  • Talking over others/interrupting 

  • Lack of follow through with directions 

  • Often losing things 

  • Easily distracted 

  • Very forgetful in completing assignments, paying bills, keeping appointments, etc. 

You are not alone. 

ADHD affects approximately 10 million adults. 

Can Therapy Help With ADHD? 

Therapy can help with ADHD. Cognitive behavioral therapy is one of the popular treatment approach for ADHD. There are multiple case studies to support its efficacy. CBT for ADHD can can teach you how to address the unhealthy and negative thinking and behavior patterns that you have been accoustemed to. 

Therapy teaches you how to be in the present moment and challenge the anxious thoughts that come with having ADHD. Online counseling for ADHD is a treatment option as well. You don't have to come to our therapy office in Campbell to get help. You can access therapy online if you live in California. Healing Therapy Services is equipped at working with adults with ADHD and teen with ADHD in Campbell and online. 

Do people with ADHD struggle with relationships? 

People with ADHD can struggle in relationships. With dating you might experience that you are often forgetful (forgetting appointments, birthdays, events, anniversary, paying bills, etc.), easily distracted, "zone out" when your partner is talking, struggle in making decisions, disorganized/messy, and have emotional outbursts. 

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ADHD Negative Impact on Relationships

When you have ADHD you might experience some hardships in your marriage or relationship. There is support in the form of couples therapy or individual therapy for ADHD. You might experience symptoms of ADHD in your partnership as: 

Trouble paying attention. ADHD can cause you to zone out during conversations, which can make your partner feel ignored and undervalued.

Forgetfulness. You might forget about anniversaries, events, birthdays, and paying bills. You struggle with remembering things even when you write things down. This might make your partner view you as unreliable. This could lead to arguments. 

Poor organizational skills. You may have trouble finishing household chores, have multiple unfinished projects, and struggle with deadlines due to this. Your partner might feel that they are always stuck cleaning up after you or assisting you in completing tasks which puts an additional load on them. 

Impulsivity. If you have ADHD, you may blurt things out without thinking, which can hurt your partner's feelings. Youmight be impulsive with finances and this can be seen in random moments of over spending which creates arguments around finances. 

Emotional outbursts. With ADHD you might notice you have trouble managing your emotions. You might lose your temper easily and have trouble discussing issues calmly. Your partner may feel like you are unpredictable and unstable with your emotions. This can create a barrier in your relationship and they might reconsider staying with you.


There is support for this. Therapy has helped many couples as well as individuals struggling with ADHD. 

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