Clients
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The Medipsy ADHD Clinic


We provide services to children, adolescents and adults who are suspected of having or have been confirmed to have an attention deficit disorder with / without hyperactivity (ADHD). Our clinical services include everything you need, from diagnostic assessments to the development and implementation of a personalized intervention plan. This intervention plan is tailored to your specific needs and may include psychological or neuropsychological services, specialized coaching and psycho-education, remedial teaching, vocational guidance, or psychotherapy.

The clinical team of the Medipsy ADHD Clinic includes neuropsychologists, psychologists, guidance and vocational counsellors, as well as many other professionals such as coaches specialized in ADHD.

Visit the website of the Medipsy ADHD Clinic to learn more about ADHD and our services.

 

The symptoms of ADHD


The symptoms of ADHD may include any of the following: 

  • Trouble with concentration or focusing
  • Restlessness
  • Impulsivity
  • Disorganization
  • Difficulty completing tasks
  • Decreased ability to tolerate frustration
  • Mood swings
  • Difficulty managing stress
  • Difficulties in relationships

 

The assessment of ADHD

 

Although the diagnosis of ADHD is by definition what professionals call a “behavioral diagnosis” –meaning that the diagnosis could technically be made on the basis of simple observation -, doing so is actually very bad practice. ADHD is assessed using standardized cognitive tests and the assessment of ADHD requires specialized training. Different professionals can legally diagnose ADHD, including psychologists, neuropsychologists, and physicians. However, only neuropsychologists receive specialized training in the assessment of ADHD and of all cognitive functions, and can diagnose problems with these functions. If all you need is a diagnosis (for example, to gain access to services), then an assessment completed by a psychologist or a physician should be sufficient. If however you wish to understand your cognitive functioning or the cognitive functioning of your child, then we strongly recommend seeking an assessment by a neuropsychologist.

  

Fees for assessments

 

Our current fee for a complete neuropsychological assessment is $1900. This fee is for a complete assessment of all cognitive functions. This fee normally includes a preliminary meeting (for example with the parents of a child), two assessment meetings, and a feedback session. We will also provide you with a detailed report along with recommendations. If your school or employer wishes to gain a better understanding of the diagnosis, we will be happy to set up a telephone appointment with them to discuss things further, with your permission of course.

In some cases, a targeted assessment for ADHD may be all that is needed. Such as an assessment will not cover all cognitive functions, but should be sufficient to determine of ADHD is present or not. The fee for such as an assessment is lower than for a full assessment. Please contact us and ask to speak to a neuropsychologist for more information.

  

A team approach


For some people, specialized coaching will be sufficient to get the person on track. For others, medication is what is needed. For some people, however, the treatment of ADHD may require multidisciplinary work, meaning that it may be beneficial to have different professionals offer their expertise. Everyone is different so Medipsy can design a team approach that suits individual needs.

  

Book an appointment now


You can book an appointment for an assessment or for specialized ADHD coaching by dialing 514-419-3005 or by emailing us at info@medipsy.ca. If you have questions about the assessment of ADHD or about our services for ADHD, please let the receptionist know that you would like a professional to contact you. He or she will be delighted to answer all your questions, free of charge.

  

Looking for more information?

 

The staff of the Medipsy ADHD Clinic have developed  a website entirely dedicated to ADHD: www.adhd-tdha.ca.

On that website, you will find information about ADHD in children and adolescents and about ADHD in adults, including on the symptoms of ADHD and on when a formal assessment may be required. You will also find detailed information about some of the services we offer for children with ADHD as well as for adults with ADHD. You will also find information videos, as well as other resources that you may find to be helpful.

 


ADHD Clinic Website