About Us

ADHD-BED Integrated is a team of recognised experts based in Australia, UK and Canada, supporting our patients and their families internationally. We offer a comprehensive approach to managing Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, Binge-Eating and other Eating Disorders, as well as related co-morbidities in the areas of addiction, personality disorders, anxiety and mood disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and impulse control disorders.

Children and teenagers with poor focus and organisation, complicated by emotional disregulation and sleep disturbances, are often told they do not try hard enough at school and miss out on potential timely achievements. Their adverse food habits are often overlooked until they are adults. Their social awkwardness is interpreted as quietness.

Adults, who are concerned or curious about their symptoms of attention deficit, hyperactivity, impulsivity, poor sleep, disordered eating and misuse of alcohol, caffeine and substances, gambling and excessive spending, often struggle to function in their various roles at work and home and find that their performance and development have reached a dead end. Social discomfort may produce further self-blame, despair and lack of confidence.

A personalised management plan from our team may include evidence-based medications and other therapies for ADHD, ASD, eating disorders and related disorders. It also includes the valuable input of our multidisciplinary group of specialists who are instrumental in assisting patients in achieving their personal goals, improving their performance in study, work, career, personal life, nutrition and sports, and supporting them in building a lifestyle that will ultimately lead to their personal and optimal best.

Our team fosters collaborative professional networking and research in the areas of Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, Binge-Eating Disorder and other Eating Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders and related disorders. ADHD-BED Integrated is honoured to share the insights from the ongoing research in these areas and extend this academic knowledge to the broader community of our patients and their families, researchers, colleagues and professional peers.