New Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) Women's Support Group, Offered By The Sachs Center

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The Sachs Center, New York City's premiere ADD Treatment Center, is now offering a Support Group for Women with ADD in Manhattan

The Sachs Center helps adults with ADHD
Women affected by ADD will find significant improvement in their quality of life by participating in group therapy...

Many women seek treatment for ADD because their lives are out of control. Their finances may be in chaos, they may struggle unsuccessfully to keep up with the demands of their jobs, their paperwork and record-keeping are often poorly managed, and they may feel even less able to keep up with the daily tasks of meals, laundry, and life management.

Other symptoms may include compulsive overeating, alcohol abuse, chronic sleep deprivation, dysphoria (unpleasant mood), major depression, and anxiety disorders. Additionally, women with ADD appear to experience more psychological distress and have lower self-image than men with ADD.
The Sachs Center in Manhattan is now offering women with ADD a support group to receive validation and encouragement from other women who also deal with the difficulties of ADD. There is often collateral damage in other parts of their lives due to ADD (relationships, finances, etc) which can be treated with group therapy.

This affordable method of treatment for ADD has proven to be effective, and can often be both therapeutic and even fun for some patients. Seeking help is not always an easy thing to do, but those women affected by ADD will find significant improvement in their quality of life by participating in group therapy such as The Sachs Center's new Women's ADD Support Group.

To contact The Sachs Center for more information on their new ADD Women's Support Group, or to schedule a consultation:

The Sachs Center is New York City's premier ADD treatment center, providing clinical answers, support, and treatment for Attention Deficit Disorders (ADHD in children and Adult ADD). Therapists at The Sachs Center also can help with anxiety, depression, substance abuse and anger management issues. They also offer ADD testing, academic testing and psychological testing.

Call 646.807.8900 for an initial evaluation.


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