Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Considering that your child may have attention problems can be an overwhelming experience for parents. There are psychological evaluations, educational meetings and a decision whether or not to place your child on medication. It is difficult to know what and who to trust. Along with these decisions, parents are usually faced with a child at home who may be having behavioral problems.

How do you parent an ADHD child? How much of his or her behavior is non-compliance and how much is incapability? At Magnolia Counseling, we believe in a collaborated effort to assist parents in finding the right option for your child and your family. We assist parents in working with their medical, teaching and social services agencies in developing a treatment plan that meets the individual needs of children struggling with attention problems.

Aditi Shankardass: A second opinion on learning disorders

Magnolia Counseling provides a variety of options for selecting a therapy method that is best suited to your needs. You do not have to do it alone. To reserve a face-to-face therapy session with one of our helpful therapist, please contact us at (818) 757-7600.