for Teens and Adults ...
... a teen, who goes from low to high, high to low, and has a memory of only dread for school?
... a teen, who is disorganized, unhappy, and just don't feel that you fit in?
... a teen, who gets good grades but feels anxious and stressed and wishing to be alone more than with others?
...a teen, who is wrongly viewed as a behavior problem?
... an adult, whose family thinks you are anti-social because you feel hypersensitive to noise at gatherings or even the noise and bustle of a busy home life?
... an adult, who can't stand in one place while your child dawdles and looks for treasures (like stones and bugs!)?
... an adult, who cries because your difficulty with touch offends and alienates your partner?
... a professional, who cannot endure a full day's work, but also cannot pull together a routine for home?
The above are often typical symptoms of an individual struggling with SPD, a condition which rarely gets diagnosed.
Please contact us -- we can help!