- Educational coaching
- Neurocognitive testing
- Psychological therapies
- Trauma work
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) is often linked with unvalidated and unexplored potential of a person who usually strives yet fails to achieve at the self-expected level. This affects self-esteem and confidence, the ability to manage the complex environment of study or work and the ability to carry on effectively with various roles we have in our modern society.
Emotional early life experience as well as events occurring later on in life, contribute to the burden of challenges linked to poor concentration and reduced ability to manage complex tasks and study/work under pressure. Disordered eating (including Binge-Eating Disorder) and other impulsive behaviours can be overwhelming, building up a sense of guilt and inadequacy, self-isolation and despair.
All above, if unattended in a timely manner, can often lead to secondary depression, anxiety disorders and self-destructive behaviours.
Our senior clinical and educational psychologist will support you in your educational or employment endeavours, delivering quality neuropsychological and personality assessments as well as recommendations for an optimal strategy for your study or work routines. An insight-oriented therapeutic approach will be essential in building up your emotional intelligence and efficient interpersonal skills.