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Do you often find yourself struggling with focus, impulsivity, or hyperactivity? If you're looking for innovative ways to manage ADHD symptoms, our unique blend of psychotherapy combined with the expressive dimensions of music and art may be the key to unlocking your fullest potential.

Remember, it's not about artistic or musical expertise; it's about finding new avenues to understand and express yourself.

How ADHD Affects Us: 

For many, ADHD isn't just about being hyperactive or inattentive. It can also manifest in feelings of being misunderstood, constantly overwhelmed, or perpetually "out of sync."

Others might pursue therapy to understand how ADHD influences their relationships, career, or self-perception and to learn strategies to navigate life more effectively with this neurodiverse condition.

Whether you're seeking strategies to cope with daily challenges, exploring the emotional facets of ADHD, or aiming for self-awareness and acceptance, our therapeutic approach offers support, understanding, and tools for empowerment.

How Can We Help: 

ADHD doesn't define you, but understanding its nuances can empower you. Many face challenges in staying organized, maintaining focus, or building relationships due to ADHD-related behaviors. Some aim to harness their hyperfocus and creativity, seeking ways to thrive in a world not designed for their neurotype. Whatever your journey, our therapeutic framework provides an embracing space, guiding you toward self-understanding and effective coping.

Combining psychotherapy and music therapy offers a unique and effective approach for those with ADHD. The inherent rhythms in music can help regulate attention and focus, while melodies provide mnemonic tools for enhanced learning and memory retention. Beyond cognitive benefits, music serves as an emotional outlet, allowing for non-verbal expression of intense feelings. At, we harness the therapeutic power of music to help those with ADHD navigate their challenges, ultimately guiding them towards a harmonious life experience.

Therapists: Jon Burkhart

Music Psychotherapy for Anxiety

Blending psychotherapy with art therapy presents a distinctive and valuable method for individuals with ADHD. The tactile and visual nature of art-making can help ground wandering minds and cultivate sustained focus. Furthermore, the process of creation allows for a tangible representation of thoughts, offering clarity and a way to visually organize complex feelings. At, we utilize the transformative power of art to aid those with ADHD, guiding them towards a more coherent and centered life journey.

Therapists: Natalie Bochenska, Ninat Friedland

Art Psychotherapy for Anxiety

What Can You Expect?

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