Treatment for ADHD in Melbourne

Melbourne psychologists

Are you seeking a psychologist in Melbourne who can support you with a confirmed or possible ADHD diagnosis? We have Clinical and General Psychologists trained in evidence-based therapeutic approaches that are helpful for those managing the symptoms of ADHD.

ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, is a common neurodevelopmental disorder that affects both children and adults. People with ADHD often struggle with focus, organization, and impulse control, which can lead to difficulties in daily life. While there is no cure for ADHD, there are several psychological treatment options that can help individuals manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life.

One of the most effective psychological treatments for ADHD is behavioral therapy. This type of therapy involves working with a trained therapist to develop strategies for managing symptoms and changing problematic behaviors. Behavioral therapy can help individuals learn new skills for managing their time, staying organized, and reducing impulsive behavior. It can also help individuals improve their social skills and communication, which can improve relationships with others.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is another type of psychological treatment that is often used for ADHD. This type of therapy focuses on changing negative thought patterns and behaviors that can contribute to ADHD symptoms. CBT can help individuals identify and challenge negative beliefs about themselves and their abilities, and develop more positive self-talk and coping strategies.

For some individuals with ADHD, medication may also be a part of their treatment plan. While medication does not cure ADHD, it can help reduce symptoms such as hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention. Medication is often used in combination with behavioral therapy or CBT to provide the best outcomes.

In addition to these psychological treatments, there are also several lifestyle changes that can help individuals manage their ADHD symptoms. Regular exercise, a healthy diet, and adequate sleep can all help improve focus and reduce impulsivity. It can also be helpful to create a structured routine and use tools such as calendars or to-do lists to stay organized.

Overall, there are several psychological treatment options for ADHD that can help individuals manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life. It is important to work with a trained professional to develop a treatment plan that is tailored to your individual needs and goals. With the right support and strategies, individuals with ADHD can thrive and achieve their full potential.

Psychologists offering therapeutic support for ADHD

Our practice is dedicated to facilitating a safe container where you can explore your challenges and find your path to greater well-being. 

We have an experienced and diverse team who focus on establishing a safe and compassionate therapeutic alliance and use evidence-based, trauma-informed therapeutic approaches to help with the management of ADHD symptoms. Treatment can be delivered in-person or via Telehealth.

Jason Chung – Psychologist

Jason Chung

Oliver Santiago - Clinical Psychologist

Carmen Rossitto

Clinical Psychologist
Dr Nicholas Ryan – Psychologist

Dr Nicholas Ryan

Clinical Neuropsychologist
Ben Fletcher - Clinical Psychologist

Ben Fletcher

Clinical Psychologist
Shagun Chawla - Clinical Psychologist

Shagun Chawla

Clinical Psychologist

The path forward starts here...

It can take courage to seek support when you are in need. Our experienced team of psychologists in Melbourne are ready to provide the safe space that clients need to explore their challenges and work towards lasting and meaningful change in their lives.

We aim to gather information about your goals, your history and your current challenges so we can feel confident that we’ll match you with the right Melbourne Psychologist. This matching process is what sets us apart as we strive to support our clients and our psychologists to develop meaningful and successful relationships.

Connect with us

If you have any questions or queries about our practice and psychologists we encourage you to call (03) 9052 4365 or send us an email. If you're ready to get started, you can head to our online booking page, we look forward to working with you. 

Contact us

03 9052 4365

F  03 8513 6204

Our Location

Melbourne CBD

Suite 48
Level 4, 12 Collins Street
Melbourne VIC 3000

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