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ADHD Therapists in Pittsburgh
Attention Deficit, ADD

Paula Kauffman Oberly, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Life is complicated with competing demands for our time, energy and resources. I want to help you develop balance in your life, relationships, and career. Whether you're struggling with a particular issue, or just can't shake the feeling that there should be more to life. I will provide you a caring environment in which you can identify and explore those issues that may be getting in the way of a rewarding life, career, and more fulfilling relationships. The goal is to help provide you with the insights & tools you need to move beyond old, limiting beliefs and behaviors.
ADHD
(412) 387-7595
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
Scott Leatherbery, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I perform psychological testing and assessments (only) for learning disorders,ADD/ADHD, executive function deficits, cognitive disabilities, anxiety/depression, substance abuse, disability determinatons, security clearances, dementia determinations, etc. I no longer do on-going therapy for any of these disorders but with the testing results do refer patients on to other professionals for those services.
ADHD
(412) 228-0144
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
Teresa Beshai, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Are you concerned about your child's social interactions? I am a licensed professional counselor who has worked for private, nonprofit, and governmental facilities in both outpatient and residential behavioral settings. I specialize in child/adolescent and young adult behavioral health. From my multifaceted background, I have learned techniques that promote self- discovery with a fun approach to counseling. I specialize in child/adolescent ADHD, anxiety, depression, and impulse control. As a mother, I understand the blessings and challenges of parenthood. I can help to reduce tantrums and promote healthy relationships. Ready for a fresh start?
ADHD
(412) 438-8693
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15202
Lisa A. Osachy, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“Are you feeling overwhelmed or stuck? Do well-meaning friends and family give you advice that doesn't feel right? Life has become so fast-paced that it's hard to push the 'pause' button and actually hear your own inner voice - that's the voice that may be telling you that you're in a relationship that isn't good for you or that you're in the wrong major or career. Therapy is like hitting the pause button and giving yourself the gift of time -to reflect and explore what is and isn't working in your life.
ADHD
(412) 848-1923
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Amit Fenton, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with a wide range of experience working with children and adolescents who possess a variety of strengths and needs. I am dedicated to helping children and their families to maximize their potential by understanding their strengths, challenges, behavioral and learning differences and helping to create a comprehensive plan to further their development.
ADHD
(412) 852-4964
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Amanda Mezhinsky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Have you noticed a change in your child's behavior? Is worry, anger or sadness affecting your family's daily life? Has your child's school expressed concerns? Difficulty coping with change and life's stressors can happen at any age. Without the appropriate skills to communicate their emotions, children often express their feelings through negative behavior. Psychotherapy can be a positive process through which children learn the strategies and skills needed to cope, adjust and effectively communicate their thoughts and feelings. I offer counseling and therapy services to children/families to assist them in this process of change.
ADHD
(412) 253-2904
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Patricia Redick Romano, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I specialize in the assessment and diagnosis(es) of children who may be questioning whether or not they have ADD/ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Autism spectrum disorders, anxiety, depression and more. I also see children, adolescents, and adults for psychotherapy treatment using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
ADHD
(724) 987-6782
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15243
Marc Ranalli, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I am a licensed psychologist with extensive experience to help you and your family through difficult times. I have experience and interest in a variety of areas, including: Anxiety disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Depression, Grief and loss issues, Bi-polar disorder, Stress management, Anger management, Couples, divorce, family, step-family and blended-family issues, ADHD and other child/adolescent concerns, Adult ADHD, Self-esteem, Compulsive behaviors. We have convenient hours and locations to meet your needs. Call today to schedule a first appointment to discuss how therapy may be beneficial in helping you to become your best.
ADHD
(724) 602-4764
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Charles H Kuhn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, DAPA
“I offer you effective help for life's problems in a pleasant and discreet private practice setting. Communication and conflict resolution training for couples is a special area of concentration. I provide psychotherapy for people with angry, fearful, depressed and anxious moods; obsessive thoughts; impulsive behavior, adult or child attention deficits; posttraumatic stress and other common problems. Adults, adolescents and children are seen individually, in couples or in family sessions during convenient evening and weekend hours by appointment. I help couples to improve their ability to communicate with each other and reduce conflicts.
ADHD
(412) 963-6540
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW, SAP
“Jean Nicosia LSW is an experienced, certified Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of trauma, depression, and anxiety/panic attacks. Jean is a Diplomate, Comprehensive Energy Psychology,and also employs Thought Field Therapy, a brief focused treatment that uses the bioenergy system to remove disturbances in though and emotional structures. She also has clinical expertise in the field of cognitive rehabilitation, including the application of an advanced technology including EEG biofeedback in the testing and treatment of ADD/ADHD and learning disablities.
ADHD
(412) 330-1667
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Kelly Meinhart, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I specialize in working with children, adolescents, and young adults struggling with a range of concerns, including anxiety, trauma and loss, adjustments and transitions, ADHD and anger, as well as relationship issues, mood difficulties, and social skills deficits. I also have experience with working with children and families working through adoption issues and assisting students adjusting to college life. Additionally, I help parents increase their competence and confidence in managing the challenges of raising children in a changing world through skills coaching and parent education.
ADHD
(412) 651-1157
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
“I have specialized in evaluating, testing, and treating children, adolescents and young adults with behavior problems, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Anxiety and Depression for nearly 25 years in community mental health and private practice settings. I am a preferred prescriber for BHRS/Wraparound. I also work with adult women who are having transition issues such as anxiety and depression regarding life changes.
ADHD
(412) 228-5742 x2
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Michael Scarff, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who, for more than a decade has counseled teens, and young adults who are experiencing life transitions, suicidal ideation/attempts, addiction and behavioral problems. I help youth by focusing not only on the individual, but also on the family dynamics that influence their well-being. We all have patterns that have been learned, some of which are harmful to ourselves and our relationships. Those patterns fulfill a perceived need and it is our journey to understand the roots of unhealthy patterns and learn new ways of more beneficial fulfillment and communication.
ADHD
(412) 259-5162
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15216
Ronald Thomas Curran,   in Pittsburgh
“Pain, uncertainty, feelings of being lost and a failure emerge as we seek to find our individual path in life. These feelings often indicate it is time to be found, not that you are "mentally ill." They can indicate the need to connect with your inner Self rather than to substitute unfulfilling forms of social adjustment. My approach focuses on you as a unique individual. It recognizes that you have a Self in the sense that there is a unique inner guidance available to you. I will work as a guide in your journey toward conflict resolution and wholeness.
ADHD
(412) 212-3801
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15241
Cathyann Simmons, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Do you find it difficult to make decisions? Do you often wonder why part of you feels one way and another part of you feels another way? Are you stuck in relationship or behavior patterns that you know are holding you back in your life? My strength is helping you to nonjudgmentally and creatively explore the beliefs that are holding you back so that you can live a more authentic, fulfilled, and peaceful life. I will support you in recognizing your strengths and learning to accept and transform what you view as your weaknesses.
ADHD
(412) 447-1915
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
George E Dalzell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Pittsburgh
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I keep things simple and direct in my practice. Solution Focused Therapy involves a collaborative process in which I work with clients to create treatment goals. My primary goal is to establish a corrective emotional relationship with my clients to help lessen the intensity and duration of symptoms such as anxiety and depression. In marriage counseling, I focus on improving communication and friendship in the relationship, and specialize in anger management. My clients vary in age from adolescents through older adults. I primarily work with adult men and women. I specialize in treating mood and anxiety disorders, panic disorder.
ADHD
(412) 228-0633
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15218
Samuel K Schachner, Psychologist  in Pittsburgh
“I enjoy working with people who present with a variety of backgrounds and challenges. I believe that the relationship is the most important and powerful part of therapy. Whether I'm involved in play therapy with a child or problem solving with an adult client, I wish for my caring and support to be most evident. I work with children, adolescents and adults dealing with anxiety, depression, learning problems, and substance abuse. I conduct testing and forensic psychology evaluations as well.
ADHD
(412) 567-5846
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Gretchen Boehm, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Lets be honest, its tough to sit with a stranger. I recognize this and am empathetic. I am open, non-judgmental to those in need of a calm place and at times fun environment to be open, learn to cope and laugh in order to heal from those stressors and struggles which affect them most. Clients will be greeted with a smile, dignity and respect and treated to a relaxed environment which promotes comfort and acceptance while learning how to manage those symptoms negatively effecting their lives.
ADHD
(412) 455-7491
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Nicole Monteleone, Counselor  in Pittsburgh
“Are you feeling stressed, depressed, or anxious? Are you ready to make some changes in your life? It is my personal belief that every individual has limitless potential to heal, grow and change. As your therapist, it is my goal to help you unlock your capabilities to achieve wellness, happiness and balance in your life and to provide a welcoming, judgment free space for every individual's self-exploration. I act as a guide for individuals and couples gaining insight into their lives and relationships and help apply that knowledge to inspire your change and growth.
ADHD
(412) 275-4392
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15233
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy can be a wonderful tool which helps you to look at your world and to find your place in it. I work by adapting therapy to you, based upon the matters you want to address. I strive to provide a non-judgmental, respectful, empathic environment where you can feel supported and comfortable focusing on your needs. I can help with diverse concerns such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, life stresses, attachment difficulties, parenting, relationship and family issues.
ADHD
(412) 228-0462
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
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ADHD (Attention Deficit, ADD) Therapists
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) is a neurobehavioral disorder characterized by a combination of inattentiveness, distractibility, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior.

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