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ADHD Therapists in Mercer County
Attention Deficit, ADD

Catherine Stayer, Psychiatrist  in Princeton
“INTEGRATIVE PSYCHIATRY for CHILDREN, TEENS, ADULTS, and COUPLES. I see my role as one who accompanies you on a journey towards optimal health, vitality, and personal growth. Depending on your unique needs, my approach combines conventional modalities (i.e., medications and therapy) with complementary (i.e., botanicals, nutriceuticals, nutrition, acupuncture, guided imagery, etc.). The goal is not merely to treat symptoms, but to address the matrix of underlying causes and the obstacles that keep you from living your best life.
ADHD
(510) 206-2620
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
William P Hayes, Psychiatrist  in Princeton
“I am a skilled psychotherapist and psychopharmacologist. My areas of special interest include Psychogenomics, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorders, OCD, Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorders, Stress Management and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I conduct psychiatric evaluations in a 1 hour session, longer with young children. After the initial evaluation you may then be offered the choice of individual therapy, family therapy or medication management. Therapy sessions are conducted in 50 minute sessions. Medication management alone is conduct in 25 minute sessions. I am also happy to offer 50 minute sessions for combined therapy and medication management.
ADHD
(609) 879-0648
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Karen S Cohen, Psychologist  in Princeton Junction
“With 25 years in practice, I treat a broad spectrum of problems across the life span. Utilizing a developmental perspective and extensive training (Psychodynamic, CBT, DBT, Mindfulness and Hypnotherapy), I customize treatment to your needs, in a warm and judgment free atmosphere supportive of personal growth. I am interested in how feelings, thoughts and behaviors intersect, or form patterns that play a role in distress and adaptation. I can help you, your child or family to see how these forces affect your well being and how they can shift to ease tensions and to create new perspectives and changes that allow for more fulfilling experiences.
ADHD
(609) 301-4015
Kate Bachus Ware, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a child and adolescent therapist I work with young people and their families to improve relationships and decrease family stress. My goal is to leave people with strategies, communication skills, and ways of thinking that can be transferred from the therapy room to everyday life - to parenting, friendships, family dynamics, and just enjoying each moment. In my practice, I address a variety of issues including ADHD, anxiety, depression, and problems associated with anger, stress, trauma, divorce, grief and loss. My approach is compassionate and nonjudgmental and I believe in forming a collaborative relationship with my clients.
ADHD
(609) 751-5879
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Jay M. Margolis, Psychologist  in Pennington
“I am an experienced Licensed & School Psychologist who provides effective mental health services for children, adolescents and parents in a supportive, safe environment. I offer diagnosis and therapeutic intervention in the areas of anxiety/stress reduction, anger management, social skill development, mood disorder, adjustment to loss and developmental issues. Efforts are made to actively involve parents in the therapeutic process. Office hours are offered in the evenings and Saturday mornings to complement work and school schedules. Consultations with school staff and medical personnel (with consent) are undertaken to provide a comprehensive understanding of the client and a successful treatment plan.
ADHD
(609) 439-4314
Pennington, New Jersey 08534
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“. I have 27 years of experience working with adults, couples, children and adolescents. I combine a variety of approaches including talk therapy, neurofeedback and biofeedback. I emphasize the value of our relationship, building trust by listening and understanding your needs. Treatment is geared to removing barriers that prevent you from having a meaningful life, developing the skills to support your journey towards healing and free you from negative emotions such as guilt, shame, fear, anxiety and anger. .Through a process of self- exploration, problem solving, skills development, you can learn to overcome obstacles, clarify your values and reach your goals..
ADHD
(609) 385-9703
Office is near:
Robbinsville, New Jersey 08691
RightStep Behavioral Health, Psychiatrist  in Princeton
“Today you are one step closer toward empowerment; taking the steps toward positive growth and well-being. As a complete outpatient behavioral health practice, RightStep can offer medication interventions in addition to counseling services aimed at helping you reach your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we cannot change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. We will work together to restore your confidence, drive, and overall happiness. We strive to minimize the use of pharmaceutical intervention by applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques.
ADHD
(609) 488-6320
Office is near:
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Jackie Printon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Within the safe harbor of the therapeutic relationship lies the opportunity for honesty, acceptance, validation and change that may not be possible in other relationships. I collaborate with clients who are coping with depression, anxiety, trauma/complex PTSD, relationships and difficult life transitions. I favor a relational approach, which acknowledges our basic need for connection to others, and how our experiences in early relationships affect current patterns. I incorporate principles of DBT, mindfulness, CBT, and family systems theory, which are tailored to the individual goals and needs of my clients. I have particular experience treating adults with Trauma/PTSD, using a model that emphasizes safety,
ADHD
(609) 256-6321
Office is near:
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Benjamin S Alterman, Psychologist  in Trenton
“I help people learn to self-regulate states of mind such as anxiety and depression, increase focused concentration, manage stress, and deal with difficult relationships. Individuals can discover what works best for them from the various types of mental training, psychotherapeutic techniques, and methods of neuro/biofeedback I provide. While understanding the cause of problems can be helpful, it is also important to develop strategies and skills for dealing with problems effectively. Approaching issues from both an internal and an external perspective can yield powerful results. In a collaborative relationship, we can explore the resources available to fill your needs.
ADHD
(856) 393-2143
Office is near:
Trenton, New Jersey 08608
Julie A Roffina, Counselor  in Princeton
“Are you an adult or older teen living with anxiety or depression? Do you need help managing stress, family/relationship issues, or are you dealing with job loss and other career concerns? I work with many individuals who have these issues and are ready to make a change in their lives!
ADHD
(267) 935-9918
Office is near:
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Eric D Johnson, Counselor  in Pennington
“I am primarily a relationship therapist, focusing on couple and family relationship problems, although I also see individuals concerned about their relationship or adjustment issues. I work with the entire age range.
ADHD
(609) 964-4467
Pennington, New Jersey 08534
Josee Graybill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My goal in working with all who come into my office, be it child, adolescent or adult is healing. Healing, I believe moves us beyond the resolution of symptoms to a deeper, more authentic understanding of ourselves and of life. I strive to create a safe and nurturing environment where people can allow their true selves to emerge, whether they are 4 or 74 years old.
ADHD
(609) 447-4171
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Ricardo J. Fernandez, Psychiatrist  in Princeton
“Our Mission is to provide highly individualized psychiatric care by specially trained experts. Working closely with the patient, the patient's family and other healthcare professionals, we develop a comprehensive treatment plan addressing biological, hormonal and psychosocial needs.In developing a clear diagnosis, we utilize comprenesive psychiatric testing in the evaluation phase to determine appropriate and effective treatment.Highly regarded within his field, Dr. Fernandez has almost 30 years experience in psychopharmacolgy and women's health. Quality of care is a priority.Patients are provided with round-the-clock access to their treating clinicians for emergencies and urgencies that cannot wait.
ADHD
(609) 318-3045
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
The Anxiety Treatment Center of Princeton LLC., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
“Anxiety is a natural part of human living, however, when constant worry, obsessive thinking, avoidance, and compulsive behavior make you feel awful, it may be time to learn how to put anxiety in it's place. I utilize the latest research in neuroscience, motivation, addiction and evidence based knowledge to provide best practices in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure Prevention Response Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness approaches. I view our work as a collaborative process integrating practical problem solving approaches with traditional talk-listen counseling.
ADHD
(646) 681-4343
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Teri Hardgrove, Psychiatric Nurse  in Princeton
“As a board certified psychiatric nurse practitioner, I treat psychiatric conditions using a holistic and bio-psycho-social approach. My goal is to restore feelings of stability and well-being and I work with each patient to develop a specialized plan of care. My training has offered me the ability to provide comprehensive psychiatric evaluations and medication management. I understand that starting medication can have its concerns and I strive to provide education and counseling during this process.
ADHD
(267) 488-8701
Office is near:
Princeton, New Jersey 08542
Lisa Steinhilber, Counselor  in Princeton
“If we are to find happiness, we must first accept and learn from our struggles in order to achieve personal enlightenment. As a solution-focused therapist, it is my goal to help others identify difficult emotions in order to better understand and resolve challenges. I have successfully helped individuals, couples and families improve communication, regain trust and achieve a deeper connection with self and others. Like the Lotus Flower, you can rise above the surface, and petal by petal, break through the murky water to discover your true potential.
ADHD
(609) 257-4578
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My mission is to provide quality mental health counseling services to adolescents and adults seeking healthier solutions and support. Getting through life's challenges and transitions can be difficult, but it doesn't have to be done alone. Through therapeutic approaches that are tailored to meet your needs, I can help you navigate your journey, develop coping strategies, and gain awareness.
ADHD
(609) 952-5824
Mercerville, New Jersey 08619
Nadia J Awais, Counselor  in Princeton Junction
“I am very passionate with working with those who have substance use, mood and co-occurring disorders. In the counseling process I help every client find their own personal voice to begin the process of reconstructing their personal narrative. Trust, safety and genuine compassion is what I bring to the room. These are vital factors in facilitating change. Within the therapeutic realm, each client can feel empowered to make healthy and constructive choices that will navigate them on their road to recovery.
ADHD
(732) 393-8667
Kati Dunn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lawrenceville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Together a strong relationship will be built promoting the greatest opportunity for change. Contact me in crisis situations as well in times working for life betterment. People I work with often comment how they feel heard for the first time and feel hopeful. Call for a free consultation and we can discuss what's going on. If meeting with me is not the right fit for you, then I am happy to help you find the right solution.
ADHD
(609) 531-0428
Lawrenceville, New Jersey 08648
Jonathan Huston-Wong, Psychologist  in Princeton
“As a psychologist, I appreciate the opportunity to witness peoples’ capacity for not only surviving, but also thriving in today’s complicated world. My experience over the past decade has brought me to understand the many ways a therapist’s role is akin to that of a gardener tending to a lotus. Just as the young lotus needs tender care and stillness, I provide a safe, nurturing and collaborative environment. Respecting the lotus’s need for sunlight, I approach therapy with warmth, openness and humor. As a Confucian scholar once said, “I love the lotus because while growing from mud, it is unstained.”
ADHD
(908) 279-0713
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
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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.

AD/HD appears early in life. Boys are diagnosed more often than girls. Untreated AD/HD has been shown to have long-term adverse affects on academic performance, vocational success, and social-emotional development. AD/HD children have difficulty sitting still and paying attention in class and do not do well at school, even when they have normal or above-normal intelligence. They engage in a broad array of disruptive behaviors and experience peer rejection.

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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
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