How to book a full ADHD assessment or appointment

If you find the information in our site useful and feel that you would benefit from a full ADHD assessment, we would be delighted to consider booking an appointment for you at one of our clinics.

Arranging an appointment

Ideally Adult ADHD Clinic would prefer you to contact your GP to provide a referral to us.

If you cannot, or feel unable to do this, then we can help you request a print out of your medical summary. This gives us background information regarding any other medical problems or medication that you are taking which can affect the assessment and treatment choices that may be offered.

You can also contact our highly experienced patient administration team to ask further questions or to enquire about booking an appointment.

You can decide to attend clinics in Oxford, Windsor or Southampton or discuss whether a skype interview would be appropriate.

Due to high demand, we are sorry, but we are currently CLOSED TO NEW REFERRALS. We will update our website when we are aiming to open again.

We are sorry not to be of more help on this occasion but, if you still need an ADHD service, please do check our website regularly for updates. Adult ADHD Clinic continues to provide care for existing patients as normal.

What to expect

We recognise that concerns over any aspect of mental health can be daunting and even frightening for individuals and their families.

Do you need urgent help?

If you feel that you can no longer cope or feel out of control of your situation, there is help available.

Fees

A detailed breakdown of our fees for appointments and packages of care are available.

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