ADHD Clinics has become an integral part of the private ADHD services in the country. We continue to advance our mission to provide easy, rapid, and cost-effective access to ADHD assessment and treatment for our communities.

We pride ourselves on being the most cost-effective ADHD private test, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment clinic in the country, helping individuals overcome their struggles without the concern of long waiting lists and geographical distances.

ADHD Clinics is committed to providing easy, rapid, and cost-effective access to ADHD assessment and treatment for our communities. Our aim is to be the most patient-centred service possible, placing you at the centre of everything we do and every decision we make.

We offer world-class psychiatry and the advantages of telemedicine. We deliver fast, effective, and affordable care for ADHD, with the majority of our patients being seen within one week of contacting us. We take pride in being the cheapest private ADHD service in the country.

Our consultant psychiatrists, specialists in ADHD, conduct a holistic assessment and treatment of coexisting disorders such as depression, anxiety, substance misuse, and bipolar affective disorder if required. Our team employs a personalised approach to care, utilizing innovative technologies to provide comprehensive assessments and treatments tailored to each individual’s needs.

We offer a range of services and treatments, including assessments, medications, specialised therapies, and interventions.

We take pride in the success stories of our patients, who have shared testimonials about the positive impact our clinic has had on their lives. We are honoured to be part of their journey toward better mental health.

ADHD related disorders

How do I get assessed for ADHD in the UK?

In the UK, there are various options available for undergoing an assessment for ADHD, including NHS services and private clinics.

The process of being assessed for ADHD through the NHS typically involves the following steps:

  • Consulting Your GP: The initial step in the assessment process is to consult your GP. They will provide information on the available options and may refer you to a psychiatrist or, in some cases, a paediatrician if deemed necessary.
  • Specialist Consultation: A specialist will conduct a thorough assessment and, if appropriate, provide a diagnosis.
  • Diagnostic Assessment: A diagnostic assessment for ADHD typically includes an evaluation of symptoms, a review of your medical and psychiatric history, and a physical examination. Additionally, you may be required to complete questionnaires or cognitive tests.
  • Diagnosis: If the specialist determines that you have ADHD, they will provide a formal diagnosis and discuss treatment options.
  • Treatment: Treatment for ADHD often involves medications. Stimulants and non-stimulants can help reduce symptoms. If medications are not suitable or effective, individuals can choose therapy options. Cognitive-Behavioural therapy (CBT), for instance, can help in learning strategies to manage symptoms.

Alternatively, private clinics such as us, also offer ADHD assessments, and we accept self-referrals. However, it is essential to note that private assessments can be expensive.

It is crucial to recognise that the ADHD assessment process can be time-consuming and is not always straightforward. It is not guaranteed that everyone displaying ADHD-like symptoms receives a formal diagnosis, even if they experience challenges with attention and hyperactivity.

If you do not  meet the criteria for an ADHD diagnosis, the specialist psychiatrist may suggest alternative forms of assistance, such as counselling or coaching.