Who can treat ADHD? Doctors, specialists, clinicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, etc.

Who Can Treat ADHD?

Choosing the appropriate professional for diagnosis & treatment of attention deficit disorder can be confusing. Each specialty has strengths and weaknesses. Here is a short list of who does what.

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Are you navigating through a maze of ADHD information and trying to choose the best professional to diagnose or treat attention deficit?

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  • Psychiatrist: An MD who treats the brain and may prescribe medication
  • Psychologist: A brain specialist who is not an MD and can't prescribe meds
  • Family doctor: Knows your family but may not have extensive knowledge of ADHD
  • Neurologist: A doctor who specializes in treatment of the brain and central nervous system
  • Master level counselor: Has a master's degree in counseling or psychology
  • Social worker: May provide counseling and behavior assistance.

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