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Ask the ADD Doctor: Are all screens created equal?

There is no escaping technology. Between our smartphones, tablets and computers to our television sets, we are all spending increasingly large amounts of time in front of a screen. Not all technology is bad, of course. At the Sachs Center, a leader in ADHD testing for adults and children and innovative treatments such as neurofeedback …

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Neuropsychological testing in NYC

Oftentimes, a discussion of ADD in adults or children will include a reference to neuropsychological testing in NYC.  So, what exactly is neuropsychological testing and why do leading ADHD doctors like Dr. George Sachs use it? What Is the Neuropsychological Testing in NYC’s Sachs Center? Neuropsychological testing and psychoeducational testing in our NYC facilities measure …

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Help and hope for the procrastination associated with ADD in adults

Productivity guru and coach David Allen believes, “Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them.” He developed his system of time management with businesspeople in mind, but many of his ideas can be helpful to those who have been through ADHD testing for adults or who are seeking ADHD treatment in NYC. ADD in adults …

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Bring Change to Mind is helping reduce the stigma associated with mental illness, including ADD in adults.

If you’ve ever heard actress Glenn Close talk about her own family’s experiences in coping with mental health, you’ll know what a powerful advocate she is for the mental health community and for every family and every individual dealing with mental health issues – including those who are coming to the Sachs Center for ADD testing or ADHD …

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