My Psych Health



ADHD services offered in Alma, Fayetteville and Bentonville, AR

Do you struggle to focus at work or school? Are you disorganized, or do you experience difficulty sitting still for long periods of time because of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? At My Psych Health, based in Alma, Fayetteville, and Bentonville, Arkansas, serving patients of all ages virtually, the outstanding psychiatry team offers psychotherapy, counseling, medication management, and other ADHD treatments via telehealth to improve focus and maximize productivity. Call to get started, or use the online booking feature today.

What is ADHD?

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is a common mental health challenge that makes it hard to pay attention and sit still. Commonly diagnosed in childhood, ADHD can continue into adulthood and be problematic when left untreated. If ADHD negatively affects your job, school, or relationships, the My Psych Health team is here to help. 

The practice offers virtual telepsychiatry services to treat your condition from the comfort of your home or office.

What are the symptoms of ADHD?

ADHD can cause the following bothersome symptoms:

  • Getting distracted easily
  • Difficulty sitting still
  • Feeling restless
  • Problems focusing
  • Impulsive decision-making
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Poor planning
  • Disorganization
  • Poor time management skills
  • Difficulty multitasking
  • Mood swings

When left untreated, ADHD can make your life difficult or stressful. 

What are the risk factors for ADHD?

It’s not clear what causes ADHD, but a family history of ADHD is a risk factor. Other potential risk factors include being born prematurely, environmental toxin exposure, and smoking, drinking alcohol, or using drugs during pregnancy.

How is ADHD diagnosed?

To diagnose ADHD, your My Psych Health specialist calls you during your scheduled appointment time. They discuss your medical history and lifestyle. Your provider also inquires about your medications, moods, thoughts, behavior patterns, ability to pay attention, emotions, and more before tailoring your treatment plan. 

How is ADHD treated?

My Psych Health offers the following ADHD treatments virtually:

Lifestyle change counseling

Your mental health specialist helps you adopt strategies to stay organized, pay attention easier, and focus better. You might keep a calendar, make to-do lists, develop a regular routine, and get regular exercise and plenty of sleep. 


When you have ADHD, taking medications makes it easier to focus and sit still. Your specialist tailors each medication regimen to your needs and offers management to ensure your treatment works effectively. 


Your My Psych Health provider offers cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and other psychotherapy methods that diminish ADHD symptoms and improve your quality of life.

Your provider might recommend combining lifestyle changes with medication and therapy to achieve the most relief from ADHD. 

Call the My Psych Health office to schedule an appointment, or use the online scheduler today.