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ADHD Clinic

Who we serve

  • Families of children and adolescents in grades preK-12 who have difficulties paying attention, hyperactivity/impulsivity or other behavior problems
  • Children and adolescents do not have to have a previous diagnosis of ADHD/ADD prior to seeing a clinic therapist.

Services we provide

  • Diagnostic psychological evaluations
  • Individual family and group treatment for ADHD-related and other disruptive behaviors
  • School-based treatment for ADHD-related and other disruptive behaviors
  • Consultation with pediatricians, psychiatrists, or other health professionals working with your child

Who we are

The ADHD Clinic at VCU’s Center for Psychological Services and Development is co-directed by Dr. Heather Jones and Dr. Joshua Langberg, two faculty members in the Department of Psychology at VCU. Both Dr. Jones and Dr. Langberg have expertise in the area of evidence-based treatment for child and adolescent attention and behavior problems.

How to contact the ADHD clinic

You may contact the Center for Psychological Services and Development at (804) 828-8069. Be sure to mention that you are interested in services with the ADHD Clinic.

Alternatively, you may fill out an online Application for Child Services here, and select ADHD Clinic under the Assessment or Therapy categories under services in which you are interested.

Counseling Services

Virginia Commonwealth University

Virginia Commonwealth University
Department of Psychology
Center for Psychological Services and Development
612-620 North Lombardy Street
P.O. Box 843033 • Richmond, Virginia 23284-3033
Phone: (804) 828-8069 • E-mail: cpsd@vcu.edu
Updated: 09/11/2012