A strength-based assessment can help an individual learn about their resources, strengths, and capacity to overcome difficulties. Goals of a strength-based assessment are to help identify the individual’s talents, skills, and knowledge, as well as their desires and aspirations to enhance overall well-being and life satisfaction.
ADHD often begins in childhood, but sometimes is not recognized or diagnosed until adulthood. Adult ADHD is typically characterized by difficulties in executive functioning skills (i.e., organization/planning, attention/focus, memory and processing speed, emotional control, problem solving). Some adults with ADHD complain of feeling angry and irritable, and may struggle with productivity, motivation, organization and procrastination. At CITC, we offer a diagnostic evaluation to identify adult ADHD and offer treatment solutions