Mental Health Program

ADHD Program in Tualatin, Oregon

Explore different ADHD treatment options available including therapy and medication management from LifeStance psychiatrists and mental health counselors.

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a brain-based disorder originating in childhood that affects about 10% of children and 4% of adults worldwide.

There are three types of ADHD:

  1. Inattentive type
  2. Hyperactive or impulsive type
  3. Combined inattentive and hyperactive/impulsive type (most common)

Everyone struggles with concentration and focus at times, but people with ADHD experience significant difficulty across many areas of life, often resulting in consequences beyond their control.

LifeStance is here to help with all three types of ADHD.

We offer services to adult, adolescents, and children at each of our participating locations across the Portland and Vancouver areas.

Our ADHD Program includes several components:

  1. Standardized assessment
  2. Science-informed treatment options
  3. Coordination of care
For an evaluation for ADHD in Tualatin, Oregon

For an evaluation for ADHD in Tualatin, Oregon

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Children & Adolescents

Many LifeStance clinicians who work with children are trained and experienced in assessing childhood ADHD. We use a standardized assessment process that includes teacher and parent assessment scales, clinical interviews, and supporting documentation.

We have ADHD Specialists at each of our Portland and Vancouver area locations, if you prefer a clinician who has additional training. Just request an ADHD Specialist when you call for the evaluation.

We will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that could include:

  • Group treatment focused on ADHD
  • Parent training that is specific for raising a child who has ADHD and/or
  • Medication evaluation

For kids with ADHD, we offer a group that provides a positive perspective on the uniqueness of the ADHD brain. Fun and interactive, this group teaches kids how to use their “superpowers” to improve many aspects of their lives that are affected by ADHD. We also offer a parent workshop that provides an overview of ADHD and raising a child with this unique brain.

For parents looking for more support and guidance, we offer a parenting group at some sites that is helpful for dealing with the challenges of raising a child with ADHD.

LifeStance has therapists in many elementary, middle, and high schools in the Portland metropolitan area. We have added ADHD-specific groups in schools to aid children with ADHD. This includes common struggles such as homework completion, organization, friendships, and emotional regulation.

Adults

LifeStance has ADHD Specialists who are trained in evaluating and treating adult ADHD. Our standardized assessment includes self-report scales, clinical interviews, collateral reports, and supporting documentation.

Group therapy has been shown to be an effective behavioral treatment for adult ADHD. Our ADHD specialists offer Skill Building groups for strategic living and mindfulness groups to improve emotional regulation, memory, and attention.

Medications and ADHD

Psychiatric medications are considered a well-established, effective treatment for ADHD. Research suggests that 75% of children with ADHD will benefit from the use of psycho-stimulant medications.

LifeStance has psychiatric medical staff who can provide a consultation to make recommendations regarding medications. While medications are often recommended, LifeStance does not require medications to participate in the program. If psychiatric medications are pursued, LifeStance pairs psychiatric services with other therapeutic interventions.

Getting Started

For an evaluation for ADHD in the Portland and Vancouver Area ADHD Program, please call us at: 503-612-1000. A member of our intake team will be able to assist with answering your questions and next steps.

Checklist for new clients:

Children ages 6-12:

  • Complete the intake paperwork
  • Bring both parents to the first session (if possible)
  • Bring report cards with teacher comments (if possible)
  • Arrive 45 minutes early if you have not completed the intake paperwork

Adolescents:

  • Complete the usual LifeStance intake paperwork
  • Bring both parents to the first session (if possible)
  • Bring report cards with teacher comments (if possible)
  • Arrive 45 minutes early if you have not completed the intake paperwork

Adults:

  • Complete the usual LifeStance intake paperwork
  • Bring someone who has known you a long time (spouse, parent, sibling, friend)
  • Bring school report card with teacher comments (if possible)
  • Arrive 1 hour before the appointment if you have not completed the intake paperwork (Arrive 20 min before the appointment if you have completed the intake paperwork)
For an evaluation for ADHD in Tualatin, Oregon

For an evaluation for ADHD in Tualatin, Oregon

503-612-1000

Participating Locations

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LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 18765 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Suite 100

Tualatin

18765 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Suite 100
Tualatin, OR 97062
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 12636 SE Stark St, Plaza 125, Building J

Portland

12636 SE Stark St, Plaza 125, Building J
Portland, OR 97233
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 4224 NE Halsey, Suite 335

Portland

4224 NE Halsey, Suite 335
Portland, OR 97213
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 3500 NE MLK Blvd, Suite 200

Portland

3500 NE MLK Blvd, Suite 200
Portland, OR 97212
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 9600 SW Oak St, Suites 500 & 520

Tigard

9600 SW Oak St, Suites 500 & 520
Tigard, OR 97223
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 2525 NW Lovejoy Street

Portland

2525 NW Lovejoy Street
Portland, OR 97210
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 5 Centerpointe Drive, Suite 320

Lake Oswego

5 Centerpointe Drive, Suite 320
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 8280 NE Mauzey Ct

Hillsboro

8280 NE Mauzey Ct
Hillsboro, OR 97124
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 10151 SE Sunnyside Road, Suite 480

Clackamas

10151 SE Sunnyside Road, Suite 480
Clackamas, OR 97015
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 1700 NW Civic Drive, Suite 310

Gresham

1700 NW Civic Drive, Suite 310
Gresham, OR 97030
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 880 SE 82nd Drive, Building A

Gladstone

880 SE 82nd Drive, Building A
Gladstone, OR 97027
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 44 Club Rd, STE 200

Eugene

44 Club Rd, STE 200
Eugene, OR 97401
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 4185 SW Research Way, Suite 110

Corvallis

4185 SW Research Way, Suite 110
Corvallis, OR 97333
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 1500 NW Bethany Blvd, Suite 310 and 320

Beaverton

1500 NW Bethany Blvd, Suite 310 and 320
Beaverton, OR 97006
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 9755 SW Barnes Rd

Portland

9755 SW Barnes Rd
Portland, OR 97225

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