With the help of ADHD therapy, your child will receive the support they deserve.
What is ADHD and how can it affect your child?
Attention deficit disorder is more common than one might think and affects children across the UK. ADHD’s three main identifiable symptom categories are:
Hyperactivity – incessant activity and an inability to remain calm
Impulsivity – a lack of control both socially and physically
Inattention – a low attention span resulting in difficulties remembering and following directions or rules
If you are worried that your child may suffer from ADHD then your first step should be arranging for a diagnosis with our Child ADHD Psychiatry Team. A child with ADHD can experience many problems, from managing to cope with social interactions to class-room structure at school, or concentrating and completing tasks. With online psychological therapy, a child with ADHD can gain the support they need to manage their existing difficulties and to prevent further problems from surfacing.
How online psychological therapy can help children with ADHD
Whether your child is taking medication to alleviate the symptoms of hyperactivity or impulsivity, online psychological therapy can help them to learn positive behaviours that will have a lasting positive effect on their future development.
Through the process of online therapy, your child can be supported whilst they improve upon self-awareness and self-control. Working with a qualified ADHD psychologist provides your child with ways in which to relax, boost their self-esteem, foster deeper social understanding and make positive decisions.
ADHD therapy for children at Online Therapy
At Online Therapy, we understand that for many families ADHD can cause a great deal of distress. Our online child psychologists and psychotherapists have extensive training and experience so that they can offer your child the best chance to manage and improve their condition.
Each therapist is registered to work specifically with children, and underpin their practice by establishing an environment that is safe, compassionate, and supportive. This foundation forms a safety net to help prevent your child from developing secondary disorders, such as anxiety, depression or low self-esteem.
Struggling with ADHD can mean that your child has to endure long-term stress in order to cope. However, we work to identify ways in which your child can be both understood and given direction to find strategies that work for them.
We can offer online therapy help today
Meet with one of our online ADHD psychologists for a confidential initial session to find out how we can help you and your family by calling us today or completing our online booking form.[ultimate_spacer height=”30″]