ADHD services offered in Downtown Summerlin, Las Vegas, NV

If you or a loved one struggles with ADHD, I understand how difficult it can be. Symptoms like inattention, disorganization, and impulsivity can disrupt work, school, and relationships. The good news is there are solutions. We specialize in customized medication management and lifestyle coaching at Nevada Family Psychiatry in Las Vegas, Nevada, to help manage ADHD challenges.

Let's discuss your options if you're wondering if medication could help you focus better or control impulsive behaviors. If you want to build skills for organization, time management, or reducing distractibility, my coaching programs can provide the strategies and support you need. Don't continue feeling frustrated and overwhelmed by ADHD. Take the first step and contact me today to explore how we can work together to find the right treatment plan for you. I'm committed to helping you thrive and live your best life.


What is ADHD?

ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) is a common condition that makes it difficult to sit still or pay attention. It’s commonly diagnosed during middle adolescence, but adults often recognize later in life the impact that ADHD has had, and continues to have, in their life.  

  • It's a common brain-based condition that makes it hard to focus, control impulses, and manage energy levels.
  • It often can present with Anxiety, depression, or irritability. 
  • There are 3 types: inattentive, hyperactive/impulsive, and combined type.

Signs of ADHD

  • Difficulty paying attention and staying focused
  • Easily distracted by sights, sounds, thoughts
  • Struggling to follow instructions and finish tasks
  • Disorganization and forgetfulness
  • Restlessness, constant motion, fidgeting
  • Impatience, difficulty waiting turns or in lines
  • Excessive and chronic procrastination
  • Poor time management skills
  • Starting projects but not finishing them
  • Emotional dysregulation

Causes of ADHD

  • The exact causes are unknown but include:
  • Genetics - ADHD runs in families
  • Brain structure and neurotransmitter differences
  • Developmental factors that alter brain maturation

Diagnosing ADHD

  • A comprehensive evaluation of:
  • Medical, family, social, and academic history
  • Interviews about current symptoms
  • Behavioral observations
  • Checklists from parents, teachers
  • Cognitive and attention testing
  • Ruling out other possible conditions

ADHD Treatment

  • Medication - stimulants and non-stimulants
  • Education about ADHD
  • Behavioral strategies
  • Individual counseling
  • Skills coaching and training
  • Customized treatment planning

Let's Work Together

If you're concerned you or your child may have ADHD, I can help with diagnosis and tailored treatment. Contact Nevada Family Psychiatry today to start the process.