Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be thought of as opposite ends of a spectrum. On one end you’ve got ADD, which is characterized by inattentiveness. On the other end, you’ve got ADHD, which is characterized by impulsivity and restlessness. Individuals suffering from ADD/ADHD can fall anywhere between these two extremes.
While everyone feels forgetful or restless from time to time, people with ADD/ADHD struggle with these feelings for prolonged periods of time—often to the extent that they experience trouble at school, work or within their interpersonal relationships.
The good news? At Growth Extended, we offer comprehensive treatment for ADD/ADHD that not only seeks to address the outward symptoms of the disorder, but also any co-occurring conditions that might also be present.
Is ADD/ADHD Treatment Effective?
Ultimately, the success of any mental health treatment program, including treatment for ADD/ADHD, comes down to how well the program is tailored to the individual in question. In other words, it’s the difference between wearing a piece of clothing “off the rack” and wearing something made just for you. If you’re seeking help for ADD/ADHD, you want to know if the program you’re considering can actually help you. It’s a fair question and one that deserves careful thought.
At Growth Extended, we believe that recovery from ADD/ADHD is best achieved by addressing the whole person—not just his or her symptoms. This is why we offer an individualized treatment approach that takes into account a person’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing—as well as other mental health conditions like social anxiety, oppositional defiant disorder, or PTSD.
3 Levels of ADD/ADHD Treatment
To get started with treatment for ADD/ADHD, call our friendly admissions team for a free assessment over the phone. After listening to your story and learning more about your unique situation, they’ll pass your information over to our ADD/ADHD treatment specialists who will start to build your personal recovery plan. Call today, or learn more about our three treatment levels:
- Residential Treatment for ADD/ADHD
- Partial Hospitalization for ADD/ADHD
- Intensive Outpatient for ADD/ADHD
What is ADD/ADHD Treatment Like at Growth Extended?
It takes real courage to ask for help with any mental health condition, including ADD/ADHD. So, from the moment of first contact with us, our top priority is to welcome you into our family of therapists, doctors and fellow recovering clients. At Growth Extended, we want to help you develop the skills you need for a long-lasting recovery—not just the immediate future.
Joint Commission Accredited Treatment for ADD/ADHD
Founded in 1951, this independent, non-profit organization is nationally recognized as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting key performance standards.
Any ADD/ADHD treatment center can tell you it offers a great program. But, only the best can back it up with Gold Seal accreditation from the Joint Commission.
While we’re proud of our accreditation and what it means for our clients, we’re even prouder of what our alumni have to say about their experiences at Growth Extended. From depression and eating disorders to addiction and co-occurring conditions, we specialize in treating the whole person, not just a single set of symptoms.
Find Your Place of Healing at Growth Extended
Our goal is the same as yours: To help you or a loved one overcome ADD/ADHD and live a happier, more fulfilling life. Find out more about how we can help you reach your full potential, or contact us today to get started.