Diagnosis and Treatment of ADD and ADHD
in Children and Adults
State-of-the-Art ADD and ADHD Testing
Counseling Strategies for Concentration
Coaching for Organizational Skills
ADD and ADHD Testing for Children and Adolescents
Dr. Jacquelynn Hollman, PsyD provides comprehensive assessment of ADD and ADHD in children and adolescents. Her practice is centered on mental health care for children ages 3-18.
Dr. Holman uses Riverside’s new state-of-the-art computer-based testing for concentration assessment.
These computerized assessments of attention are sometimes required for Individual Education Plans (IEPs) in school and college settings.
Dr. Hollman will integrate testing results with traditional psychological interview and parent/teacher reports to assess ADD and ADHD. Following a comprehensive evaluation, she will offer recommendations for improving concentration and performance based on each child’s unique cognitive abilities.
ADD and ADHD Testing for Adults
Dr. Patrick Moon provides comprehensive ADD and ADHD assessments for adults. Psychological interview, computer-based testing, and feedback are provided over three sessions.
During your first, Dr. Moon will look at the big picture of concentration difficulties. He will evaluate for the presence of other common sources of concentration impairment including depression and anxiety.
On the second visit, he will assess concentration abilities using computer-based Continuous Performance Testing.
At your third and final visit, Dr. Moon will review evaluation findings and a discuss appropriate treatment options which may include referral to a psychiatrist for medication management or a counselor for ADHD coaching.
Riverside psychiatrists and nurse practitioners are available for diagnosis and medication management of ADD and ADHD. They may also be helpful in managing anxiety and depression, if present. Our goal, in managing ADHD, is to optimize cognitive performance in order to promote academic and workplace success.
Counseling & Concentration
Psychologists, Drs. Moon and Hollman, offer individual counseling to explore the impact of anxiety and depression on cognitive performance. Reducing anxiety and depression through counseling is often sufficient to overcome concentration barriers interfering with success at school and in the workplace. They are also available to provide coaching strategies for managing ADD and ADHD.