“My thoughts are like butterflies.

They are beautiful, but they fly away”

What is ADHD?

The abbreviations ADD and ADHD come from Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder. Although the symptoms of AD(H)D are present in childhood the condition may also be first recognised in adults.

People who suffer from ADHD and ADD have trouble with planning tasks and activities on a daily basis and struggle with maintaining attention and concentration. These difficulties often cause problems at work, or may have a negative impact on their social or private life. People with ADHD and ADD often experience low self esteem, depression and anxiety in addition to their concentration problems.

Although ADHD and ADD share many symptoms, the difference is that people  with ADHD experience hyperactivity and impulsivity in addition to concentration and attention problems, whereas people with ADD do not. People with ADHD often seem more hyperactive, whilst people with ADD seem more dreamy or preoccupied.

Symptoms of AD(H)D

  • Hyperactivity (ADHD)
  • Impulsive behaviour (ADHD)
  • Concentration problems
  • Distractibility
  • Agitation
  • Chaotic behaviour
  • Mood swings
  • Anger

PsyQ International offers specialised care for people with AD(H)D


We provide high quality evidence-based treatments according to the multidisciplinary guidelines and best practices. At PsyQ International we tailor your treatment plan to your own specific needs as an individual. Our treatments are as brief as possible but as intensive as necessary. Our expert team work together to provide a personalised combination of medical treatment and specialised therapies for each individual client.

At PsyQ International you can take part in both individual and group therapy. Individual treatment consists of face-to-face therapy sessions with a specialist, additional telephone or e-contact and possible group therapy. Throughout individual therapy we make use of different methods. For AD(H)D this includes psychoeducation, pharmacotherapy and coaching focused on planning and creating a stable daily routine. Additionally cognitive behavioural therapy can be used to target depression, anxiety and low self esteem.

Experience stories

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