As the outreach arm of a 501c3 non-profit, our MISSION is to help those with ASD and/or ADHD rise above their struggles to a full life, embracing their brain differences and unique gifts.
Our assessment process gives you the clarity you need to understand yourself better so you can live a genuine thriving life.
We offer strength-based counseling and coaching services designed to minimize the challenges of Autism and ADHD while surfacing natural strengths and gifts.
What Happens in an Assessment?
You will work with one of our trained clinicians to gain a comprehensive understanding of your thoughts, behaviors, and life experiences.
Your clinician will gather information from various sources, such as scientifically validated assessments (beyond screening tests), behavior questionnaires, and input from family members or individuals who are familiar with you.
Autism in Adults
Individuals with autism experience the world through a unique lens, perceiving sights, sounds, and sensations in a distinct way from their neurotypical counterparts.
Although there are some shared areas of struggle, each person with autism is exceptional, and the obstacles they encounter are differ greatly from one person to the next.
Signs of Autism
- Experiencing difficulty in conveying emotions
- Displaying intense interest in specific topics
- Challenges in comprehending others' thoughts and emotions
- Keeping a consistent daily schedule and feeling anxious when it's disrupted
- Preferring solitude over socializing and struggling to form friendships
- Experiencing anxiety in social situations
- Unintentionally appearing impolite, curt, or disinterested in others
- Misinterpreting sarcasm and interpreting statements literally
ADHD in Adults
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental condition that is commonly associated with children. However, many adults also experience ADHD symptoms that can significantly impact their daily lives. Adults with ADHD may struggle with organizing tasks, maintaining focus, and following through on responsibilities.
This can lead to difficulties in the workplace, social relationships, and self-esteem. Despite the challenges, it is important to recognize that ADHD is a valid condition and individuals with ADHD are not lazy or unmotivated.
There are various treatment options available, including medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes. With proper treatment, adults with ADHD can learn strategies to improve their focus, productivity, and overall well-being.
It is also important for individuals with ADHD to practice self-compassion and recognize that they are not alone in their experiences. By seeking a diagnosis and therapy, individuals with ADHD can overcome their challenges and thrive in their personal and professional lives.
Signs of ADHD
Difficulty concentrating or staying focused on tasks
Impulsivity, acting without thinking through consequences
Poor time management and organization skills
Procrastination or trouble getting started on tasks
Difficulty following through with tasks and completing them
Forgetfulness, especially with routine tasks or appointments
Hyperactivity, restlessness, or a feeling of being "on the go"
Difficulty sitting still or relaxing
Frequently interrupting others or talking excessively
Difficulty with prioritizing tasks or making decisions
Impatience or irritability
Mood swings, particularly feeling frustrated or overwhelmed easily
Trouble with details or making careless mistakes
Disorganization and forgetfulness with personal belongings or paperwork.