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ADD/ADHD therapist in the Chicago Loop
Attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are both conditions which affect a person’s ability to maintain focus and attention spans. ADD refers specifically to the neurological component of inattentiveness. While the hyperactivity component of ADHD refers more specifically to the physical inability to “sit still” in order to pay attention. Professional therapists are trained to help individuals develop and manage ways to focus their energy, mind and bodies.
Jodi Randle uses a patient-centered approach to work with patients on an individual based level to reach the specific goals of each issue. She utilizes a variety of techniques and practices to work with each person to help find ways to efficiently and effectively manage any ADD and/or ADHD symptoms and behaviors. By creating a warm space and environment for her patients to find comfort in, Jodi is able to engage with and teach her patients helpful methods to treat their condition and live a happier and healthy life.
Victoria Nieman has been working and treating patients throughout her career in the areas of anxiety, depression, personality disorders and many others. She thrives in working with patients who are struggling with ADD and/or ADHD. Victoria’s therapeutic practice takes on the approach of working with individuals using a combination of therapeutic approaches. These practices include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness as a way to help find holistic methods of developing a sense of focus, interest, awareness and direction to manage their ADD and/or ADHD.
Lindsey Ashamalla has extensive training in a variety of mental illnesses and psychological conditions, including ADD/ADHD. Dr. Ashamalla works with her patients right from the start on building a strong trusting relationship to establish a safe and comfortable environment where individuals feel both comfortable and empowered to open up in order to make positive changes in their lives. By working with her patients, they work together as a team, in a collaborative way to find both appropriate and meaningful ways to establish a sense of focus to help maintain awareness in all aspects of their life.