Diagnosis

It’s time to know for sure

If you feel that many of the adult ADHD symptoms and impairments negatively affect your life on a daily basis, it’s time to seek a diagnosis from a medical professional.

It’s estimated that about 5% of American adults have ADHD, but it’s likely that many more are living without a diagnosis. If you think you might have ADHD, why wouldn’t you want to know for sure?

Only a doctor, psychologist, or psychiatrist can give you an official diagnosis. Many people are afraid of the stigma of mental health, and that’s why they avoid going to see a psychiatrist or psychologist. Forget about other people’s opinions and go find out for sure. Make an appointment today.

What if I go for an evaluation and they tell me I don’t have ADHD?” This is a valid concern, but it’s no reason to avoid making a diagnostic appointment! If you don’t have ADHD, you will be able to find out exactly what it is that’s holding you back from reaching your full potential.

STOP PUTTING IT OFF

You deserve a proper medical diagnosis. Not an internet diagnosis. Not a self-diagnosis. Not a “diagnosis” from your partner.

  • Only your doctor, psychologist, or psychiatrist can officially diagnose you
  • Speak with your primary care provider to find an adult ADHD specialist
  • If you know an adult with ADHD, ask for their practitioner’s information
  • Call your state’s psychiatric association or psychological association
  • Call your local hospital’s psychiatry department or your local university’s psychiatry department for experts on adult ADHD

Make sure you speak with an experienced professional who regularly treats adults with ADHD.

Here’s the Deal…

If you truly have ADHD, it is adversely affecting your life.

You can pretend that it isn’t, but that will not change the reality of the situation.

BEING DIAGNOSED WILL:
1. Validate your struggles
2. Give you treatment options
3. Open a whole world of support