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Carrie Short MSW LCSW

Individual and/or family therapy may be warranted when dysfunctional behaviors are the result of co-expressions of AD/HD such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, oppositional defiant disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and others.  By the time these dysfunctional behaviors are targeted for treatment the person/family has experienced many hits to their self esteem.  The goal of counseling and treatment is to provide a comprehensive assessment to identify all additional co-existing conditions. 

After the initial assessment, the person/family will receive education and information about  the treatment of AD/HD and all additional diagnosis.  The therapist and person/family will work together to create a treatment plan including goals, frequency of treatment, and length of treatment.  The treatment plan may include individual sessions, parent-child sessions, or family sessions.  The treatment plan may also include training for the parents based on the Love and Logic Parenting philosophy.