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CTRLCare Offers ADHD Treatment in New Jersey

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common neurodevelopmental disorder that is often underdiagnosed and undertreated. The condition is defined by inattention, hyperactivity, or impulsivity that affects a person’s ability to function at home and work. If left untreated, ADHD can lead to problems later in life, such as substance abuse or academic failure. For this reason, it’s important that children receive treatment for ADHD early on so they can reach their full academic and professional potential.

CTRLCare Behavioral Health is a mental health treatment center in Princeton, NJ. Contact us today to learn more about our adolescent mental health treatment programs in New Jersey and other programs we offer.

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How CTRLCare in New Jersey Can Help

New Jersey is home to a variety of mental health treatment centers. If you or someone you love suffers from ADHD/ADD, help is available right here in the state.

CTRLCare offers comprehensive, individualized ADHD/ADD treatment in New Jersey. We have experienced psychiatrists who specialize in treating this condition, as well as a team of highly qualified and compassionate therapists who can provide the support your loved one needs during treatment. Our staff takes time with each patient to learn their needs and concerns before recommending an appropriate course of action for their condition.

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What is ADHD?

ADHD is a mental health disorder that affects people of all ages. It’s not caused by bad parenting, and it is not something you often can “grow out of.”

ADHD is a disorder of the attention system. It impacts how people with ADHD perceive, think, and feel about themselves and their environment. They may also have problems controlling impulses and regulating emotions.

This neurological condition can make it difficult for children to pay attention and control impulsive behaviors. They may find themselves fidgeting or blurting out answers before questions are finished in class or at home, or sitting quietly—with their attention miles away.

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Diagnosing ADHD

As mentioned above, ADHD is a neurobehavioral disorder that can affect people from childhood through adulthood. The main symptoms of ADHD are inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.

  • Inattention: trouble focusing on tasks, making careless mistakes, not seeming to listen when spoken to directly, avoiding tasks requiring sustained mental effort
  • Hyperactivity: excessive running or climbing, leaving seat when remaining seated is expected, feeling restless even though moving around may cause problems in school or with peers
  • Impulsivity: blurting out answers before hearing all the questions, interrupting others while talking without waiting for their turns in conversation

Treating ADHD

ADHD treatment options include medication, therapy, and behavioral therapy. If a child is diagnosed with ADHD, the doctor may recommend that you try medication first. Medication can help control symptoms of ADHD and make it easier to focus at school or at work. Medication isn’t the only option for treating ADHD, though—in some cases, you may find that behavioral therapy works better than medication alone. Here are some of the ways we treat ADHD at our centers:

Behavioral Therapy

Therapy is one way to manage ADHD symptoms by teaching children how to cope with their symptoms on their own without relying on external sources like medication. Behavioral therapies can help kids develop strategies they need to maintain focus while completing tasks, among other things. 

  1. In addition to learning more about themselves through therapy sessions with psychologists and social workers who specialize in working with people living with mental illness (like anxiety disorders), those who undergo this type of care will also receive education about managing their condition through healthy lifestyle choices such as dieting programs or regular exercise routines. 
  2. Medication is a viable option if you’re looking for a more immediate treatment solution. There are two types of medications that can help manage symptoms of ADHD: stimulants and non-stimulants. Stimulants are the most widely used medication to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, as they have been shown to improve focus and reduce restlessness.
  3. While stimulants are effective, they also come with side effects that can be hard to manage. For this reason, some people may prefer a non-stimulant alternative. This type of medication works by increasing levels of dopamine and serotonin in the brain—chemicals that help regulate mood and behavior.

Read Our Success Stories.

I knew they were the place for me.

When I realized I reached the point I needed a more intensive therapy program, I called around to many places in the Princeton area. While our area is luckily filled with incredible facilities, there is something different about this one. It even seems wrong to call it a facility. The first phone call I had with them already made me feel welcome, and while my need to attend a place like this isn't pleasant, they made the experience so much more human and conversational. Devin

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Inviting and calming space to explore different ways to manage mental health and wellness. You can ensure that you are not just another number and that your care will be individualized while in their care. Sarah

CTRLCare provides an excellent starting place

The world of psychotherapy can be a confusing, even overwhelming, place for a person seeking competent help and credible information.CTRLCare provides an excellent starting place for gathering key information to make informed decisions about mental and behavioral health care. I'm honored to have been invited to be a client and glad to have their network available for myself, friends and family interested in advancing mental health and Behavioral care knowledge and practice. Alexander

Amazing staff!

Elina and her staff are so great! My whole intake experience was a breeze and I do not feel like just a number. Elina and her staff make you feel very comfortable and are great at addressing all your needs and really care about the patient and their well being! I would 100 recommended them to anyone that is looking for counseling or help in the area. I feel like I made the right decision choosing CTRLCARE for my provider and I hope you will too! Danielle C.

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CTRLCare Offers Treatment for Children and Adults with ADHD in New Jersey

CTRLCare offers treatment for ADHD in New Jersey. We are a mental health and addiction treatment facility that focuses on the whole person, providing holistic care. Our therapists work with your family to provide you with the tools you need to get better, including medication management.

We specialize in treating children and adults with ADHD. We also treat other behavioral issues such as anxiety and depression, substance abuse problems, eating disorders, and more.

New Jersey Mental Health Treatment Center Offers ADHD Treatment

People with ADHD have trouble focusing on things, whether they are working, playing, or doing other activities. They may be forgetful and lose things easily. Some people feel restless or act without thinking first.

Our team of therapists and psychiatrists are highly trained in the treatment of behavioral disorders. They work with you to create a treatment plan that is tailored to your needs. We pride ourselves on providing excellent service and believe in treating each person as an individual. Children with ADHD may have trouble in school and at home. They may be impulsive and act without thinking first or finish their work before others do.

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Patients with ADHD Can Still Live Productive Lives by Receiving Treatment from a Mental Health Care Provider

ADHD is one of the most commonly diagnosed childhood disorders. It affects more than 10 percent of children in the U.S., with symptoms that can persist into adulthood. The cause of ADHD is not known, but it’s believed that a combination of genetic and environmental factors play a role. Some research has shown that children with ADHD may have differences in brain structure as well. That said, patients with ADHD can still live productive lives by receiving treatment from a mental health care provider.

We are excited to offer ADHD treatment and help patients with this disorder. We want people to know that there is hope for a better life, and you can get there with the right treatment program. If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with ADHD, don’t hesitate to contact our office at 609-354-5189 or online today.

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Focused on evidence-based therapies and integrated wellness programs, the unique, hybrid approach at CTRLCare Behavioral Health is designed to meet the needs and goals of the individual. For personalized treatment that addresses the mind, body, and spirit, contact CTRLCare Behavioral Health today.