Psychological Service

Frequently related, anxiety and/or depression can severely interfere with a person’s ability to enjoy life and to utilize their natural strengths. Feelings of tension, worry, worthlessness, fear, loss of interest and pleasure in daily activities, as well as physical symptoms such as lack of energy, difficulties concentrating, changes in sleep and diet are associated with anxiety and depression. Although anxiety/depression are not thought of as symptoms of ADHD, often it is symptoms of anxiety or depression that first brings a person with ADHD to Rogers Therapy, PLLC. Together, Dr. Rogers and the client formulate a treatment plan to address the the anxiety and/or depression. For example, treatment might utilize a combination of therapy, wellness practices, and a referral for medications.

Anxiety and/or depression can severely interfere with a person’s ability to enjoy life and to utilize their natural strengths.