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College of Humanities & Sciences

Center for Psychological Services and Development

ADHD Clinic

The ADHD Clinic serves families of children and adolescents in grades preK-12 who have difficulties paying attention, with hyperactivity or impulsivity, or other behavior problems.  Dr. Joshua Langberg, a faculty member in the Department of Psychology at VCU, directs the ADHD clinic.

Who can receive services at the ADHD Clinic?

Families of children and adolescents in grades preK-12 who have difficulties paying attention, hyperactivity/impulsivity or other behavior problems are welcome to contact us for services. Children and adolescents do not have to have a previous diagnosis of ADHD/ADD in order to come to our clinic.

What services does the ADHD Clinic provide?

The ADHD Clinic provides diagnostic psychological evaluations, individual family and group treatment for ADHD-related and other disruptive behaviors, school-based treatment for these difficulties, and consultation with pediatricians, psychiatrists, or other health professionals who may be working with your child.

Contact the CPSD to learn more or apply for services.

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