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ADHD Advisor clinician Dr. David Law, MD
Dr David Law, MD
Treated 100+ patients
with Adhdadvisor.org
4.9+/5 rating
Hi, I’m David. I’ve been an MD for over 15 years and I’m passionate about taking a holistic approach to treating ADHD. I believe in personalizing treatment to fit each individual’s unique needs.
Hi, I’m David. I’ve been an MD for over 15 years and I’m passionate about taking a holistic approach to treating ADHD. I believe in personalizing treatment to fit each individual’s unique needs.
ADHD Advisor clinician Dr. Matthew Abraham, PhD
Dr Matthew Abraham, PhD
Treated 200+ patients
with Adhdadvisor.org
4.9+/5 rating
Hey, I'm Dr. Matthew! I have a PhD in Clinical Psychology and have been working in behavioral health for over a decade. I look forward to meeting you!
Hey, I'm Dr. Matthew! I have a PhD in Clinical Psychology and have been working in behavioral health for over a decade. I look forward to meeting you!
ADHD Advisor clinician Dontrell Turner, LCSW
Dontrell Turner, LCSW
Treated 40+ patients
with Adhdadvisor.org
4.9+/5 rating
Hello! I’m Dontrell. I’m a Behavioral Health Specialist and licensed social worker in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas. I’m looking forward to working together.
Hello! I’m Dontrell. I’m a Behavioral Health Specialist and licensed social worker in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas. I’m looking forward to working together.
ADHD Advisor clinician Allison Paugh, PMHNP
Allison Paugh, PMHNP
Treated 150+ patients
with Adhdadvisor.org
4.8+/5 rating
Hey! I’m Allison. I’m based in North Carolina and I’m licensed as a psychiatric nurse practitioner in four states. I joined ADHD Advisor because I have a passion for helping individuals navigate the unique challenges that come with ADHD.
Hey! I’m Allison. I’m based in North Carolina and I’m licensed as a psychiatric nurse practitioner in four states. I joined ADHD Advisor because I have a passion for helping individuals navigate the unique challenges that come with ADHD.

Your Online ADHD Treatment in three steps

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Take our free ADHD pre-assessment

We offer a free online screening for symptoms of ADHD, anxiety, and depression to help determine if a paid appointment is recommended. All information gathered during the screening will be shared with your clinician before your appointment, ensuring you make the most of your time together.

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Connect with a mental health professional

You will start with an initial consultation with a licensed mental health professional in your state to discuss your symptoms, needs, and goals. This allows ADHDAdvisor.org to create a personalized treatment plan tailored specifically for you.

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Begin a personalized online treatment plan

Begin your care with ADHDAdvisor by selecting your preferred ADHD treatment and clinician. Our treatment options include medication management, therapy, and success coaching, all designed to meet your unique needs.

Your Online ADHD Treatment in three steps

1

Take our free ADHD pre-assessment

We offer a free online screening for symptoms of ADHD, anxiety, and depression to help determine if a paid appointment is recommended. All information gathered during the screening will be shared with your clinician before your appointment, ensuring you make the most of your time together.

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Connect with a mental health professional

You will start with an initial consultation with a licensed mental health professional in your state to discuss your symptoms, needs, and goals. This allows ADHDAdvisor.org to create a personalized treatment plan tailored specifically for you.

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Begin a personalized online treatment plan

Begin your care with ADHDAdvisor by selecting your preferred ADHD treatment and clinician. Our treatment options include medication management, therapy, and success coaching, all designed to meet your unique needs.

Personalized treatment plans

Our Online ADHD Treatment Options

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“Thank you so incredibly much for the services your organization offers and the care you provide. It changes lives and, I believe, the world, for the better. I can't say it enough — thank you.

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Medication management

ADHDAdvisor.org members pay only $100 per month for a comprehensive session with their clinician, 24/7 messaging, and help with prescription fulfillment.

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Therapy

Our therapy sessions start at only $140 per session before insurance, with the freedom to schedule as often as you'd like with the therapist of your choice.

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Success coaching

Success coaching is one of our most popular services and costs only $75 per session with an expert coach of your choice.

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Research shows that online ADHD treatment is as effective and more convenient than in-person care. To date, ADHDAdvisor.org has helped more than 100,000 users find the treatment and support they need—all without leaving home.

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How does ADHDAdvisor.org treat ADHD?

At ADHDAdvisor.org, we prioritize a patient-first approach, offering holistic and personalized ADHD treatment online. During the initial consultation, patients undergo a comprehensive ADHD screening and evaluation for other co-existing conditions. This allows them to share their personal stories and needs with their clinician. We provide three distinct ADHD treatment options, which can be tailored and combined based on the patient’s preferences and the clinician’s recommendations.

Key Features

Our Client Outcomes

Improved
Productivity

Our executive function coaching and behavioral therapy can help you take action and find success in your professional and personal life. Whether you struggle to maintain focus or begin new projects, we can help.

Stronger
Self-esteem

 Low self-esteem can be one of the many unfortunate side effects of untreated ADHD, but our experienced coaches and therapists can renew your confidence and get your self-esteem back on the right track.

Healthier Interpersonal Relationships

Sometimes, the symptoms of ADHD can take a toll on your personal relationships. With the right guidance, we can help you navigate those relationships in healthier, more positive ways.

What do patients receive with our online ADHD treatment sessions?

Personalized Care from Dedicated Professionals

A mental health professional will be assigned to you based on your chosen treatment type, your state, and any preferences mentioned during the initial consultation. This professional will reserve a specific day and time for your recurring appointments, ensuring consistent and personalized care throughout your treatment.

Tailored and Flexible Treatment Plans

Your treatment plan, established during the initial consultation, will be continuously adapted based on your feedback, progress, and the recommendations of your mental health professional. This ensures that your care remains personalized and effective.

Around-the-Clock Support

We provide 24/7 support to ensure you have access to assistance whenever you need it. Whether you have questions, need guidance, or require urgent help, our team is always available to support your ADHD treatment journey.

Real Stories From Our Satisfied Customers

4.8/5 stars – 200+ reviews
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“A Life-Changing Experience”

ADHDAdvisor helped me find a diagnosis and try a medication treatment. I'm very happy with how easy it was compared to normal appointments because they give you multiple reminders and as someone with ADHD I can really use that.
Ryan, California
Verified customer
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“A Personalized Approach”

I recently went to ADHD Advisor to get diagnosed with ADHD, and I'm so glad I did. From my first appointment to getting my diagnosis and managing my medication, everything was smooth and easy. The staff was friendly and really understood what I was going through. They listened to me and made sure my treatment was just right for me. My clinician has been great, always there to help me adjust my medication and answer my questions. I truly appreciate how much they care and the difference they've made in my life.
Becca, Connecticut
Verified customer
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“Professional and Caring”

Getting my diagnosis was a big deal, and they treated it with the importance it deserved. What's really awesome is how they've stayed on top of things since then, especially with my medication. It's nice to feel like someone's got your back in this.
Justin, Missouri
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Your Personalized ADHD Treatment Plan

Treating ADHD isn't a one-size-fits-all process. Our clinicians have years of experience creating tailored, client-focused treatment plans that meet you where you are.

Therapy

Quality therapy is the cornerstone of any mental health plan, which is why ADHDAdvisor.org maintains an exclusive network of passionate mental health professionals. As you progress through your treatment, these experts will be there every step of the way with the knowledge and support you need.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Widely used by therapists to treat everything from depression to anxiety, CBT can help individuals manage ADHD by reframing the way they think and respond to stimuli.

Talk Therapy

Also known as psychotherapy, talk therapy refers to a broad category of mental health care, with different techniques and approaches depending on each therapist's style and experience.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Particularly useful for strengthening relationships, DBT helps patients understand and accept their behaviors. By doing so, this form of therapy builds up your emotional intelligence and resilience.

Coaching

While a traditional therapy program can help you manage the broader issues associated with an ADHD diagnosis, success coaching focuses on specific, actionable goals in your day-to-day life.

Financial Planning

For many adults living with ADHD, finances are an ongoing challenge. Between impulse spending and financial inattentiveness, people with ADHD are 3x as likely to struggle with debt. Our coaches teach you techniques to manage your money and reduce financial stress.

Productivity

Whether at work or at home, time management is one of ADHD's most common complications. Success coaching builds actionable, sustainable habits to keep you on track and distraction-free.

Social Skills

ADHD can make friendships, romance, and even professional relationships much more difficult to navigate. With the right coach, you can build stronger social skills and form lasting, healthy relationships.

Online ADHD Treatment for Every Need

The kind of treatment that works best depends on who you are and the specific challenges you face. Our therapists are specially trained to build treatment plans based on a number of factors.

Presentation

  • Hyperactive-Impulsive
    Because its symptoms are often more visible or physical than other ADHD types, hyperactive-impulsive ADHD is the most widely recognized by the general public. Treating this form of ADHD may include building structure or self-control that limits the negative effects of impulsivity.
  • Inattentive
    Forgetfulness, distraction, and productivity issues are all signature symptoms of inattentive ADHD. As such, treatment for this presentation often revolves around helping clients better manage their thoughts and ability to focus.
  • Combined
    By far the most commonly diagnosed form of ADHD, the combined presentation may feature any combination of symptoms from both hyperactive-impulsive and inattentive types.

Gender

In previous generations, ADHD was often underdiagnosed in girls and women, and both treatment and diagnosis may differ between genders today. How you identify will help determine how we plan treatment.

Age

Like with anything, ADHD treatment needs to change depending on where you are in life. A 21-year-old college student, for example, will likely face different challenges than a 45-year-old professional. Your therapist will adapt treatment to wherever you may be in life.

Comorbidities

Up to 80% of adults with ADHD also demonstrate another mental health condition, such as anxiety, depression, or disordered eating. Our therapists treat each client as a complete person and build treatment plans that consider all of your needs.

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Highlighting Our Mental Health Professionals

Taylor Parrino

(Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner)
4.9 (128 Reviews)

Taylor Parrino is a compassionate and experienced ADHD coach with a Bachelor's degree and Master's degree in Psychology. She also holds certification as a Professional Coach with the internationally accredited CPD Standards Agency. Taylor has extensive training in evidence-based techniques specifically tailored for ADHD, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness practices, and executive function coaching.

Andrea Tarantella

(Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner)
4.9 (128 Reviews)

Taylor Parrino

(Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner)
4.9 (128 Reviews)

Taylor Parrino is a compassionate and experienced ADHD coach with a Bachelor's degree and Master's degree in Psychology. She also holds certification as a Professional Coach with the internationally accredited CPD Standards Agency.

Ny'L Thompson

Ny'L Thompson

LCSW-C, M.S
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Ny’L is a Houston-based therapist, licensed in Texas and Maryland. She earned her undergraduate degree in Urban Social Work and holds a Master of Social Work, focusing on adult mental health and wellness with a military concentration. Ny’L enjoys working with a vast population of people specializing in ADHD, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, self-esteem, and family dynamics.Throughout her career, Ny’L has successfully assisted youth, adolescents, and adults of all genders and backgrounds. Her dedication lies in providing a solution-focused approach to stress management, mental wellness, and fostering personal and professional growth for all individuals. Her own forms of self-care include trying new restaurants, reading, taking long walks, and completing jigsaw puzzles. Ny’L looks forward to working with you soon!

She has a wide range of expertise in different fields, including ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, Relationship issues, Family issues, Social Topics, Bipolar disorder, anxiety and self-esteem-building.

Liz Hughes

Liz Hughes

LPCC
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Liz Hughes is a Master of Education in Counseling Psychology graduate from the University of Houston.

Before commencing her graduate studies at the University of Houston, Liz received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Texas State University.

Liz is now the owner of Mind Body Therapy PLLC focusing on women’s mental health. Her previous work experience includes working with adults with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, providing grief and CBT based counseling at nonprofit organizations as well as research experience working with adolescents at several Harris County Juvenile Detention centers.

Her current interests include trauma and resilience, multicultural impacts on mental health, and protective factors related to anxiety and depression. Liz now lives and works as an LPCC in San Diego, CA and is eligible to supervise licensed associate clinical counselors in California.

Emily Mashburn

Emily Mashburn

LMHC
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I am EMDR trained, and also trained up to Gottman level 2,I have worked with patients struggling with trauma and PTSD for years assisting people in healing from PTSD, CPTSD, and also relationship trauma and issues.

My areas of expertise include Relationship trauma, Relationship issues, Childhood trauma, life transitions, women's issues, divorce, General Trauma as well. 

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Allison Paugh

Allison Paugh

PMHNP
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Hi, my name is Allison Paugh, and I am a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP).

I began my career in mental health in 2007 and have had the opportunity to fill various roles.

As a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, I assess, diagnose, and treat both acute and chronic mental illness of patients across the lifespan. Through comprehensive assessments, medication management, and treatment interventions, I work closely with my patients to establish a therapeutic relationship. By learning a person’s story and individual challenges, I am able to collaborate with other treatment team members to promote well-being with personalized prevention and education.

Rebekah Jones

Rebekah Jones

LPC
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I have a decade of experience in mental health settings, I specialize in trauma, ADHD, family counseling, eating disorders, anxiety, and depression. I worked for six-and-a-half years in a dual evaluation in-patient setting, and an additional four years (and counting) in private practice, tailoring interventions to individual needs.

I currently work as an adjunct professor in a clinical mental health graduate program, where my goal is to share real-world insights with the next generation of professionals. Furthermore, I have experience conducting comprehensive assessments, and ensuring tailored treatment plans.

My journey reflects a commitment to holistic mental well-being, combining clinical proficiency with compassion.

Gina Nepa

Gina Nepa

LSWAIC / LMSW
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Gina Nepa is a multi-state licensed social worker based in Seattle.

She is a certified trauma professional who holds a graduate certificate in substance use disorder counseling. She has undergone extensive training in administering the CPT trauma protocol, and holds special care for working with neurodivergent clients who did not receive their evaluation until adulthood. She has worked in hospitals, schools, community mental health, employee assistance programs, in-home services, and multiple startup settings. She's co-led an Employee Resource Group for employees who identified as living with disabilities, built a mindfulness curriculum for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness, published psychoeducational materials surrounding ADHD and Bipolar Disorder, and facilitated conference speaking surrounding trauma-focused interventions with school-age children.

She is deeply passionate about supporting clients who are traditionally underserved within mental healthcare.

Tatiana Rivera Cruz

Tatiana Rivera Cruz

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
4.8
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672
Reviews)

Mental health can be difficult, so I’m here to listen and support you. I specialize in treating patients with anxiety, depression, grief, couples counseling, family issues, trauma, and PTSD. My approach focuses on humanistic, existential, and cognitive approaches, valuing every aspect of life. Let’s work together toward your goals and start your journey of healing and self-love.

Tatiana Rivera Cruz Mental Health Match

 Jenna Nielsen

Jenna Nielsen

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
4.9
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387
Reviews)

I’m here to support you in navigating life’s challenges. I specialize in treating adults with anxiety, depression, ADHD, PTSD, sports performance, challenging medical issues, and relationship struggles. My compassion, non-judgment, and trust can provide a safe environment for you to express yourself. I want to empower you to take risks and help you achieve your goals.

Jenna Nielsen Psychology Today

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Juanita J Smith

Juanita J Smith

Mental Health Therapist , LPC
5.0
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243
Reviews)

I'm a compassionate therapist focused on empowering individuals dealing with anxiety, ADHD, and life transitions. Beyond my clinical work, I'm a travel enthusiast, a proud parent of three beloved pets, and an advocate for community engagement, and I love swimming, reading, and engaging in outdoor adventures. Let's connect and embark on a journey toward growth and well-being.

Juanita J Smith Psychology Today

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Andrea Tarantella

Andrea Tarantella

Licensed Professional Counselor, NCC
4.8
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543
Reviews)

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and National Certified Counselor (NCC), and I have a decade of experience in the mental health field. My commitment lies in offering ADHD treatment and support that is both caring and productive. I assist clients in exploring and cultivating strategies for adopting healthy behaviors, boosting self-esteem, and maximizing their life experiences. I aim to provide comprehensive and compassionate care to individuals, considering their overall well-being.

When I'm not at work, I enjoy maintaining strong connections with loved ones and immersing myself in nature through kayaking, hiking, and embracing a wellness-oriented lifestyle.

Andrea Tarantella Psychology Today

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Jeff Sounalath

Jeff Sounalath

Mental Health Therapist, MS, LPC, LCDC, NCC
4.9
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243
Reviews)

I'm an Austin-based counselor with expertise in integrated behavioral healthcare, addictions, and multicultural counseling. Beyond my counseling roles (LPC, LCDC), I love traveling, visiting family in Iowa, and enjoying the Austin scene—paddle boarding, dining, and embracing the nightlife with friends. Let's connect for a holistic journey of growth and positive change.

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As more women are diagnosed with ADHD, here's how their work environment can set them up for success

Written by: Ali Hickerson

New research affirms what we've known for more than 20 years now: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder doesn't just affect boys—it's increasingly diagnosed across all age groups, especially among adults and women. Over just two years, between 2020-2022, the incidence of ADHD diagnoses in women ages 23 to 49 nearly doubled, contributing to an ongoing medication shortage in the United States.

ADHD symptoms can significantly impact productivity and stress levels for workers, whether they are remote, hybrid, or in-office. ADHD Advisor explored unique tips for managing ADHD in various workplace settings, highlighting common-sense accommodations that can improve the productivity of these workers.

The striking rise in ADHD diagnoses among adult women is linked to gender differences in the presentation of ADHD symptoms. Boys with ADHD typically present external symptoms like impulsivity, hyperactivity, and aggression, while girls tend to exhibit symptoms like distraction, disorganization, and forgetfulness. Outward, easily observable ADHD symptoms often cause more classroom disruptions and social issues, which leads to higher rates of intervention and diagnoses. 

The result? Girls are significantly underrepresented in ADHD diagnoses. They are also more likely to be misdiagnosed with depression or anxiety and consequently don't get to the root of the issue and receive the right ADHD diagnosis until they're older.

Gender biases also influence how symptoms are perceived. Social dictates about women being more gregarious than men can mean hyperactive symptoms like giggling and excessive talking are overlooked. What's more, girls who do demonstrate impulsive or aggressive behaviors pay a higher social price than boys for their "violations of feminine norms" like obedience and empathy. As a result, women may be more likely to internalize hyperactivity and verbalize overactivity, while men physicalize it. 

From a young age, girls may learn to avoid the social repercussions of certain ADHD symptoms. As adults, they may find themselves unconsciously "masking" their symptoms in the workplace to fit in and hide their differences. Masking is common among people with ADHD and requires emotional and cognitive labor, psychotherapist Sarah Greenberg explained to ADDitude magazine. Masking, she said, "can feel like holding down multiple jobs at once."

ADHD is not an impediment to a successful career. Many people thrive in various occupations and workplaces, and people with ADHD have also been shown to be creative problem-solvers who demonstrate curiosity and innovation. ADHD can also lead to a state of hyperfocus, known as time blindness. Some people with ADHD can get sucked into a task, losing their awareness of time and other high-priority tasks.

In recent years, a deeper understanding of executive functioning processes, which help people stay on task and on time, and greater awareness of neurological differences have led more workplaces to prioritize thoughtful and strategic accommodations for neurodivergent workers. Some companies, including IBM, Ford, and Microsoft, have even altered their HR processes to embrace neurodivergent talent.

That said, gender expectations and years of being mis- or underdiagnosed may still contribute to the shame and stigma sometimes associated with ADHD. Struggling to meet deadlines, finish projects, or stay organized clashes with the image of the on-the-ball, organized, multitasking female worker who is always ready to say yes and take one for the team. For women, who are already overlooked for promotions and must contend with the gender pay gap, managing ADHD at work can be particularly challenging. 

Because needs and accommodations vary from person to person, having collaborative conversations can help individuals with ADHD and their supervisors meet expectations. 

Some accommodations are easy and obvious, while others may take time and effort. A candid, good-faith conversation allows employers to better understand the specific needs of ADHD employees and take the essential steps to help workers achieve their optimal performance. 

Here are some strategies for all individuals with ADHD and their supervisors to collaborate on creating a workplace where everyone can thrive.

Remote workplaces

Remote work allows people with ADHD to lean into their strengths of hyperfocus, have more privacy for sensitive conversations, and control their environment. 

That said, people with ADHD or another disability are twice as likely to feel anxiety about their career growth when working remotely than their other colleagues. Online communication platforms can feel draining and occasionally more time-consuming, with more time spent reading emails and messages and crafting clear responses. And 1 in 5 women still telework—or do paid work from home—at higher rates than men.

To manage ADHD as a remote worker, avoid "set-shifting," or switching between situations, by creating rituals to distinguish work, breaks, and home life. For instance, walking the dog can signal the end of the workday, or sensory cues like turning off your desk lamp when you're done working or lighting a candle when you've punched the clock.

Remote workers can take control of their energy and time by setting messages indicating when they're in deep-focus mode and not immediately available. If back-to-back Zoom meetings sap your energy, brainstorm what meetings could be skipped, delegated, or scheduled more strategically. And though it's wise to consult a doctor before altering your habits, adding healthy routines like movement breaks throughout the day or prepping lunches can support focus and cognition.

In the office

Working in an office may provide much-needed delineation between work and home for people with ADHD. Plus, on-site work has benefits that include streamlining communication, facilitating prioritization, and keeping the work dynamic. However, there's less control over visual and auditory distractions in a shared space.

Start by controlling and monitoring what you can: Keep your desk clear of clutter, use headphones that signify "do not disturb," and keep your calendar as focused as possible with time blocking. Some employers might even provide accommodations like noise-canceling headphones or a desk in a soundproof area—don't be shy about asking for what you need.

Hybrid workplaces

Hybrid work settings are often billed as the best of both worlds, but that's not the case for many people with ADHD. A mix of remote and on-site days can mean more choices and emails, not having a designated workspace, and a varied daily schedule—all factors that can make people with ADHD feel unmoored. 

In a personal essay for Fast Company, entrepreneur Tasha Booth explained that people with ADHD in hybrid work settings should embrace their workflow and stop feeling ashamed if it's different from others. She also suggests informing colleagues about the need for structure or lack thereof, whether requesting deadlines to help with prioritization or asking for asynchronous work to reduce the stress of always being "on" when others are.

Another way hybrid workers can manage the transition is to double up on items like a mouse or keyboard that are easy to forget. For essential items like your keys or work notebook, make a "drop off" station where you always leave these items so you can grab them without thinking when you're on the go.

Across workplace settings, structure and limiting distractions are vital for people with ADHD. Adopting a planning system to stay focused, keeping lists of creative ideas or important tasks, and incorporating physical movement into everyday routines can manage symptoms or workplace challenges.

Cultivating a positive mindset to see ADHD as a strength can also help, regardless of where you work. Thanks to David Neeleman, CEO of JetBlue, and his continual misplaced paper tickets, we now benefit from the plane e-tickets he created. Innovation is out there—with the right accommodations.

Written by: Ali Hickerson
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Alizah Salario
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Frequently Asked Questions

Does ADHDAdvisor.org treat other mental health conditions?

While we specialize in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), our therapists have experience with all sorts of mental health conditions and needs. If you're seeking treatment for something other than ADHD, schedule an appointment, and we'll help you find what you need.

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Does ADHDAdvisor.org prescribe stimulant medications?

While ADHDAdvisor.org's clinicians may suggest prescription medication, we do not offer prescriptions for stimulants. We can prescribe SSRIs, SRNIs, and various non-stimulant medications.

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Can I change therapists?

In the rare event that your first therapist isn't a perfect fit, our customer service will happily help you find another clinician who better suits your needs.

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How often will I meet with my therapist?

After your initial appointment, the frequency of your sessions is entirely up to you. ADHDAdvisor.org maintains a large network of clinicians from diverse time zones, so availability is rarely an issue, no matter how busy a customer's schedule may be.

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Although we do not currently accept insurance, our customer service team is more than happy to provide clear, itemized receipts for reimbursement through your healthcare provider. Customers may also use their FSA or HSA accounts to pay for treatment.

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ADHDAdvisor's Mental Health Advocate Scholarship

Scholarship Award: $1000

The Mental Health Advocate Scholarship is a recurring scholarship open to all students who are committed to helping others through emotional and mental health support. The next deadline to apply is August 1st, and winners will be announced on September 1st.

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About ADHDAdvisor's Mental Health Advocate Scholarship

The mental health crisis threatening the world has been detrimental to the safety and well-being of countless people.

Mental illness, the inaccessibility of care, and the stigmatization of struggling all have contributed to rising rates of suicide, which ends thousands of lives too soon and tears holes in their families and communities. Addressing these challenges requires not just mental health professionals but also advocates who help those around them and change the narrative around mental illness.

This scholarship aims to foster an environment of understanding, empathy, and support by supporting the next generation of mental health advocates.

Any high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student who is committed to helping others through emotional and mental health support.

To apply, tell us how you have helped others with their mental health and how you plan to use your studies and future career to continue assisting those around you.

Scholarship Details

Award:

$1000

Application deadline:

1 Aug 2024

Winners announcement:

1 Sept 2024

Education level:

Any

Eligibility Requirements

Education Level:

High school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student

Background:

Committed to helping others through emotional and mental health support

How To Apply

To apply, tell us how you have helped others with their mental health and how you plan to use your studies and future career to continue assisting those around you.

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Scholarship Frequently Asked Questions

When is the scholarship application deadline?

The application deadline is 1 Aug 2024. Winners will be announced on 1 Sept 2024.

How will scholarship application information be used?

Your privacy is a top priority on the Bold.org platform, and you can find our privacy policy in full here. You may opt out of communications from Bold.org at any time, and unless we’ve first notified you and gotten your consent, you’ll never receive communication from any third parties related to personal information you give us.

What is the scholarship award?

Award amounts per winner are designated by the donor. Check the award amount for a detailed breakdown.

When will the scholarship winner be chosen? How will they be notified?

The winner will be publicly announced on 1 Sept 2024. Prior to the announcement date, we may contact finalists with additional questions about their application. We will work with donors to review all applications according to the scholarship criteria. Winners will be chosen based on the merit of their application.

How will my scholarship application be verified?

Before we award the scholarship, the winner will be required to confirm their academic enrollment status. Depending on the circumstances, verification of Student ID and/or their most recent transcript will be required.

How will the scholarship award be paid?

Award checks will be sent to the financial aid office of the winner's academic institution or future academic institution in their name to be applied to their tuition, and in the name of their institution (depending on the school's requirements). If the award is for a qualified educational non-tuition expense, we will work with the winner directly to distribute the award and make sure it goes towards qualified expenses.


How should I get in touch with questions?

If you have any questions about this scholarship or the Bold.org platform, just email contact@bold.org and we’ll get back to you as quickly as we can.

Does the scholarship have terms and conditions?

Yes. The terms and conditions for this scholarship can be found here.

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