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Adolescent and Adult ADHD Clinic

​​​​​​​​​Neuropsychological Assessment and Consultation

A number of conditions or disorders (i.e., learning disabilities, post-concussive syndrome, depression, substance use, etc.) can mimic the symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Adult ADHD is a particularly complex disorder to treat due to the influence of multiple factors. A neuropsychological evaluation can assist in obtaining an accurate diagnosis and understanding the sources of overt adult ADHD symptomatology. Findings from the evaluation can also be shared with your treating physician to assist in treatment planning, who may be considering stimulant, antidepressant, or antianxiety medications.


  • Thorough review of history through psychosocial and medical interview
  • Completion of ADHD rating scales
  • Completion of brief psychological inventories
  • Brief neuropsychological evaluation to:
    1. Determine a skills profile
    2. Carefully assess executive skills, such as working memory, sustained attention, and response inhibition; cognitive functions linked to adult ADHD symptomatology
    3. Identify other forms of cognitive disorder that may affect learning and performance
    4. Identify psychiatric conditions that may be masking as ADHD
  • Follow-Up:
    1. Discussion of results
    2. Training in compensatory strategies or review of accommodations for the work and/or school setting​​
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