ADHD Therapists in Lansing, MI

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Katlyn Taylor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, CRC
Verified
Verified
In child therapy (ages 8-12), I specialize in autism, ADHD , and behavioral concerns, as well as working with parents on parenting skills.
As human beings, we are constantly striving toward becoming our most authentic selves. When we are living life authentically, we can envision a clear path toward what is truly important to us, and can build a life filled with purpose and joy. This journey toward authenticity can become complicated by challenges such as life stressors, past trauma, mental health issues, and more. When these challenges arise, I aim to provide guidance to my clients in helping them re-align with their values and come back to what is most important in their lives, once again illuminating the path toward authenticity.
(517) 929-9035
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Lansing, MI 48910
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Katie M Jones
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LLMSW
Verified
Verified
I am here to create an accepting, affirming space where you can heal and connect with your inner power. I see adults aged 18 and older. I have a passion for working with college students, LGBTQ+ folks, neurodivergent folks ( ADHD , ASD, etc), and those dealing with cultural issues or oppression. I have the most experience with clients who deal with depression, anxiety, ADHD , and life transitions.
(517) 252-9832
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Lansing, MI 48912
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Cassie Flory
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I believe that therapy is a process of sharing expertise and experience- you share your expertise and experiences from your life with me, I share my expertise and experiences with mental health and emotional well-being with you, & together we help you develop tools and strategies needed to live your best life. I have extensive experience working with children & families, survivors of abuse/neglect/trauma, ADHD , anxiety/depression. I work with LGBTQ+ youth & adults, & help caretakers of LGBTQ+ youth learn how to support a child questioning their identity.
(517) 201-1278
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Lansing, MI 48912
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Alison Cisneros
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified
Verified
I believe it’s vital to support and encourage individuals going through hard times or transitioning in life. Everyone has goals and struggles that are unique to them, but for the most part, everyone just wants to feel better each day and to find ways to safely cope on the days where they don't feel so great. As someone who was diagnosed with ADHD at an early age, I am passionate about helping others dealing with ADHD , especially women who were diagnosed as adults. I also enjoy working with individuals dealing with anxiety or depression, LGBTQIA+ folks, new parents, and people who just need to talk with someone.
(517) 836-3320
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Lansing, MI 48906
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David R MacRae
Psychologist, PhD, PC, LP
Verified
Verified
Thirteen years experience as Senior Staff Psychologist on an inpatient adolescent unit allowed me to work with a wide spectrum of adolescent problems including ADHD , behavioral, and eating disorders.
Finding the right therapist to guide you through a particular setback, conflict or crisis along life's journey can be a daunting process....I know. Being a psychologist for 30 years and having been involved in hundreds of hours of my own personal therapy during my doctoral training, I understand the importance of the right client/therapist match. Successful outcomes are more promising when one feels comfortable, safe and confident with a competent experienced professional. Selecting a therapist should not be an impulsive decision so take your time and be particular since you are about to invest time, finances and trust.
(616) 359-0130
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Lansing, MI 48910
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Steven A Halsell
Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I have worked with a variety of challenges, though my greatest expertise is in the area of porn/sex addiction, marital issues, depression and anxiety, and ADHD for children and adults.
Life is tough. No doubt about it. Sometimes its downright overwhelming. In these times it is especially beneficial to have someone to help you as you wade through it all. People come to counseling for a variety of reasons. Probably most people who voluntarily come to counseling are looking for some healing, and the hope of moving forward with their life. How about you? Do you want to get your "heart" back? Make some changes? Move forward with your life? That's good. I'd like to help you with that.
(517) 618-9253
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Lansing, MI 48911
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Elizabeth Allen
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LLMSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I specialize in anxiety, women's issues, trauma, grief and ADHD .
Life’s intense challenges can be overwhelming to deal with on your own. You may fear that acknowledging certain issues or feelings will overwhelm you. And many of us have learned that in order to be accepted, we must suppress our true feelings. This suppression of our real feelings, experiences, challenges may influence our behavior in unpredictable and negative ways and leave us feeling isolated, hopeless and alone. No matter what you’re feeling or facing, you are not alone and there is hope. Working with a skilled therapist leads to healing and growth.
(517) 225-1106
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Lansing, MI 48906
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Antonio Siciliano
Masters Social Worker, LMSW-C
Verified
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I offer ADHD and Autism assessments that are neurodiversity affirming.
My guess is you are here because you or your child have recently discovered something about yourselves that has made life challenging. Maybe you just got a diagnosis from another provider and you don't know what to do with it. Maybe you're looking for a diagnosis that won't be delivered in a stigmatizing manner. For this reason, I'm very happy you are here! Taking that first step to learn more about yourself is challenging. I'm glad you are able to take this next step in your mental health journey!
(517) 200-3612
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Lansing, MI 48910
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John R Cantu
Counselor, MA, LLPC
Verified
Verified
I empower individuals, couples and families to overcome personal obstacles. Building cohesiveness and structure to move forward in relationships and in life. My experience in Corporate America gives me the edge to work with individuals who want to improve their careers or just need to get that next promotion. I work with individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, ADD , ADHD , Bipolar, Personality Disorders and OTHER mental health concerns. Adolescents and children who struggle with bullies or just find school as difficult. I also work with adolescents and adults with substance abuse concerns, addiction, and I also perform crisis intervention.
(517) 940-8003
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Lansing, MI 48912
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Fountain Of Wisdom And Hope
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC, EdD
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
I and my therapists work with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, adhd , trauma, pmdd, co-parenting, relationship issues, substance use, behavioral issues, transition issues, attachment issues, career counseling, and grief.
I work with individuals, couples, families! Hello, I am Dr. Antoinette Mallett. I am Licensed Professional Counselor who certified to work with Diverse populations. I care about the growth of each client that walks into my office and am dedicated to helping them achieve the best possible outcome for their lives. Many people worry that counseling is only for people that are "not normal", however counseling is just a support person that is able to help through those difficult times! We all get stuck sometimes, and there's nothing wrong with someone helping us get unstuck.
(517) 305-0641
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Lansing, MI 48917
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Kimberly Cena
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, IMH-E
Verified
Verified
Caya Counseling serves adults and children with a wide range of concerns including, PTSD, ADHD , anxiety, depression, behavioral issues, trauma, stress, grief/loss, infant mental health issues, attachment work, and post adoption.
Everyone deserves a sense of control over their lives. When terrible things happen it can feel like the wind has been knocked out of you. The world feels unsafe. Feelings of deep sadness, fear, shame and a rawness seem to linger. Many people feel as though they are damaged goods and wonder if they will ever be themselves again, or if they will ever be happy again. Imagine what it will be like when you have more good days then bad, when you feel the laughter, when you hear your child start to sing again. In a relaxed, safe environment you will receive support, encouragement, and the skills you need to thrive not just survive.
(517) 201-2834
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Lansing, MI 48917
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Rick Mastroianni @ New Insights LLC
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, CAADC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I specialize in working with adults and children struggling with self-isolation, self-esteem, bullying, social anxiety, self-harm, addiction, ADHD , eating disorder, OCD, performance anxiety, anxiety, depression, and difficult family relationships. I want to help you learn the skills for healhty realtionships and connections, as well as find a sense of control over your life and over how you feel about yourself. Sometimes people struggle to see the value and beauty of themselves as a whole person, and if this is you, I want to help you find it, believe it, and love it!
(269) 280-0946
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Lansing, MI 48912
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Transformative Therapy @ Wild Ferns Wellness Cente
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NCE
Verified
4 Endorsed
Verified
4 Endorsed
I am a transgender therapist whose prounouns are they/them and he/him. I often work with clients with concerns related to sexual orientation, coming out as LGBTQIA, gender transition, school/work stress, ADHD , type 1&2 diabetes, dissociative disorders, anxiety, depression, relationship concerns and more. Using a strength based approach I draw from a variety of modalities, including Solution Focused Therapy, Informed DBT, CBT and the Trauma Model. I also have vast experience using the WPATH-SOC guidelines to help transgender and gender non-conforming clients reach goals and get their needs met!
(517) 728-0296
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Lansing, MI 48910
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Craig Smith
Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, LP, LPC
Verified
Verified
Professional services include counseling and psychological testing in areas related to depression, anxiety, attention deficit , family and marital relationships, chemical dependence, and anger management. In counseling, we will work together to develop the skills to effectively deal with stress and relationships. Therapy sessions are for adolescents, adults, families, and marriages. I collaborate with clients to assist with their needs at schools, courts, and employers.
(517) 306-2926
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Lansing, MI 48912
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Ryan De Nike
Counselor, MS, LPC, FCTC, CADACII, NCC
Substance Abuse, Depression, Anxiety, Family, Trauma, ADD , ADHD , and many other mental health concerns.
Accepting Clients!! & Accepting Therapists Needing Supervision Substance abuse and depression began to impact my family when I was young. I have deep compassion for those struggling with the disease of addiction. By utilizing my knowledge and empathy for these individuals, I am able to assist them in their therapeutic processes. I have 10 years worth of experience within the mental health field, whether it be working with individuals in the criminal justice system or conducting individual, family therapy, and couples therapy. I am currently accepting clients for a variety of mental health concerns at New Day Counseling.
(219) 300-6938
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Lansing, MI 48911
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Cassie Halder
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW-C
Verified
Verified
Cassie Halder is a Licensed Master Level Social Worker (Clinical). She obtained her MSW from Spring Arbor University in 2016. Cassie has extensive experience working with teens and young adults. She specializes in working with individuals with disabilities, trauma backgrounds, anxiety, ADHD , struggles at school or work, anger, self-harm, and depression.
(517) 258-8343
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Lansing, MI 48911
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Michelle Lake
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified
Verified
Michelle Lake is a therapist licensed in Michigan with more than 3 years of experience specializing in anxiety, depression, and trauma. Michelle works with clients with a wide range of difficulties/disorders including relationship issues, parenting problems, ADHD , addiction, trauma, and emotional abuse.Michelle Lake studied psychology at Capella University. After earning an undergraduate degree in science Michelle went to Spring Arbor University to earn her Master of Art in Counseling. Michelle’s approach is client centered and invites you to explore underlying aspects of difficulties.
(517) 697-5573
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Lansing, MI 48911
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Kyler Jackson
LLMSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I offer a safe and welcoming environment for children, teens, and young adults who are looking to try therapy. Mental health challenges are on the rise, and I want my clients to know it is okay to acknowledge that things are not always okay. I use a trauma-informed approach and have experience treating a wide range of symptoms including those resulting from anxiety, anger, self-esteem, family conflict, ADHD , PTSD, religious trauma, depression, and issues related to gender identity and sexuality.
(734) 865-2706
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Lansing, MI 48911
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Shannon Lowder
Limited Licensed Psychologist, PsyD, LLP
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
I specialize in Child Abuse and Neglect but also work with trauma, depression, anxiety, adult survivors of abuse, OCD, personality disorders, ADD / ADHD , bipolar disorder, chronic illness, grief and loss, personal growth, major life transitions and many other diagnoses.
I work with adults, adolescents, couples, families, and children. I use a variety of therapeutic approaches uniquely catered to each client and based on a treatment plan that we develop together. I do not believe that each therapist is automatically the best person for every client that walks through their door, but that the client needs to "click" with the therapist they work with so they have room to do the work they need to do. The possibility for change is powerful and the therapeutic process is often a catalyst and a supportive environment for change.
(517) 743-4697
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Lansing, MI 48933
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Erin M Parcell
Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
I have supported people with childhood concerns such as ADHD , bullying, family, and trauma through concerns into adulthood such as stress management, depression/anxiety, life changes, grief, relationships, and trauma/PTSD.
Life is full of many challenges and we all need a community of support to navigate it. I want to be part of that community for you. During the course of our strenuous daily lives, it's often difficult to find time to devote to invest in yourself. Worse, when new demands arrive unexpectedly, it can feel like that time is the easiest thing to sacrifice. When we work together, in a safe, open, strength-based environment, that investment will be our only focus, free from competition by any other demand. You will guide your experience from beginning to end.
(517) 343-1796
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Lansing, MI 48910

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ADHD Therapists

When should I seek treatment for ADHD?

You should seek treatment for ADHD if you consistently have difficulty with attention, hyperactivity, or impulsivity that interferes with your daily life. Symptoms of ADHD include the inability to sustain attention during tasks, difficulty organizing tasks and activities, being easily distracted, frequent fidgeting or squirming, and talking or interrupting excessively. If these symptoms interfere with your career, academics, or relationships—for example, consistently failing to complete professional projects on time—you should seek an evaluation for ADHD.

How does treatment for ADHD work?

Effective treatment for ADHD often consists of medication, behavioral therapy, and lifestyle changes. Stimulant medications such as Adderall and Ritalin work by altering levels of neurotransmitters in the brain; higher levels of dopamine and norepinephrine are known to improve attention and focus. Therapy works by helping people with ADHD understand the condition, discuss their areas of difficulty, and develop behavioral strategies to manage their symptoms. In some cases, modifying one’s diet and exercise can also help improve symptoms.

Are there specific medications for ADHD?

Medications to treat ADHD are generally stimulants, the most common are Adderall and Ritalin. There are two categories of stimulants: Amphetamines include Adderall, Dyanavel, Vyvanse, and Dexedrine, and methylphenidates include Ritalin, Concerta, Daytrana, Focalin, Quillichew, Quillivant, and Metadate. Non-stimulants and antidepressants may be used as an alternative if stimulants aren’t effective or viable for a particular patient.

How long does treatment for ADHD take?

It’s tough to give an exact time frame because everyone varies. In terms of medications, stimulants begin to work very soon after you take them, generally within the hour. It may take time to identify the right medication and dosage, but the medication itself is fast-acting. In terms of therapy, it takes time to develop skills and put them into practice, but you will likely see improvements within a few weeks or months.