Private ADHD Assessment for Adults
Claimont Health is not currently taking on new ADHD assessment appointments, but home treatment is still available
We understand that finding a psychiatrist can be challenging, and we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. We are currently not taking on new ADHD assessment appointments, but we are still offering ADHD treatment home treatment.
Our home treatment program provides you with the convenience of receiving care from a qualified mental health professional in the comfort of your own home. If you are interested in learning more contact us. We would be happy to answer any of your questions and help you get started.
Here at Claimont, we specialise in providing discreet and fast assessments of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults. We understand that it might be difficult for you to attend an appointment in person due to a busy schedule or other commitments, which is why our services can be accessed online through your computer or in the comfort of your home.
Our online service will make it easier to have an ADHD private diagnosis wherever you feel comfortable, so you can be diagnosed with ADHD and find the necessary treatment you need.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a group of behavioural symptoms that include inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness. With ADHD, it may be difficult to focus on activities, remain organised and stay on track with time management.
If you want to test for ADHD, then we offer a comprehensive assessment service for adults with ADHD and related conditions. Our specialists will assess current behaviour levels and monitor for any ADHD symptoms. With our extensive experience working with various clients, we can pinpoint what specificity to search for. Once this has been done, a diagnosis can be given, and ADHD treatment can begin.
Quality of service for our clients is very important to us. Our ADHD adult assessment is tailored to suit your individual needs with accuracy and speed.
Our priority is to provide professional care and support so you can get a proper diagnosis for ADHD and access the right treatments for yourself. All information obtained during the assessment process remains confidential between you and our experts at all times.
Receiving an ADHD diagnosis as an adult can give you a better understanding of yourself, help you be more effective in your day-to-day life, give you stronger self-esteem and guide you towards the right treatment.
The first step to receiving an ADHD diagnosis is contacting us for an ADHD assessment. Before the assessment, our team will send out forms to the individual being assessed and to someone who knows the individual well. Ideally, a parent or relative who has known the individual since childhood. These forms need to be returned three working days before the assessment. After this has been reviewed, an experienced clinical psychologist will be in touch to assess the individual.
Attention-deficit hyperactive disorder in adults includes a number of different continual problems. This includes, but is not limited to:
When looking at how ADHD is treated in adults, ADHD Treatments for adults involve psychological counselling (or psychotherapy) to help reduce ADHD symptoms. Psychotherapy, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, can lead to better control over behaviour, improved problem-solving skills, improved self-esteem, time management, relationships and more. Your specialist Adult ADHD psychiatrist will help you develop effective methods and techniques so that you can live your life without ADHD holding you back.
The use of certain medications can also boost neurotransmitters and balance brain chemicals which further aids the process. Additionally, education and training on specific skill sets to combat the disorder can enrich an ADHD sufferer’s lifestyle. Maintenance therapy can also ensure that future psychotic episodes are prevented.
ADHD is a diagnosable mental illness that affects various different mental functions, such as the way you think, focus and therefore behave. ADHD is often diagnosed at a young age, yet can cause continuous problems into adulthood if not treated accurately and efficiently.
If ADHD is managed and treated correctly, the symptoms of the disorder can be reduced into later life. However, as life progresses and we are exposed to drastic life changes, such as work pressures, relationship problems and the loss of loved ones, this can make ADHD symptoms worse, which in turn makes life much more difficult.
Claimont ADHD assessments cost from £1350.
Follow-up consultation (up to 30 minutes): £225.
We request payment in advance.
Cancellations made within two working days of the appointment are charged in full.
We are currently not accepting Private Medical Insurance for this service.
Contact us today
Schedule your only ADHD Assessment private appointment with one of our highly experienced psychiatrists today. Call us on 020 3941 2000. If you wish to learn more, head to our ADHD treatment page to discover how we can help you.
Dr Gradillas has been in Private Practice since 2014. She gained full membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2008 and is accredited as a Consultant Psychiatrist in general adult psychiatry with the General Medical Council (GMC).
Cristina specialises in common mental disorders such as the treatment of depression, anxiety, bipolar affective, psychosis, ADHD, PTSD, OCD and phobias.
Dr Gradillas is a consultant psychiatrist, providing clinical services to a small number of families and supporting the wider clinical team with specific cases in his direct areas of expertise.
Prior to founding Claimont, he was Medical Director of The Belgravia Clinic and The Abstinence Centre, and ran his private practice in Chelsea and Harley Street, London, as well as holding admission privileges in The Priory at Roehampton and Nightingale Hospitals in London.
Book an Online ADHD Assessment
Whether the enquiry is for yourself or a loved one, the first step is to talk to a member of our team.
At Claimont we take your privacy very seriously and we use the utmost discretion when contacting you. Everything that we talk about is kept in the strictest confidence and will not be shared by Claimont to anyone outside the organisation without obtaining your consent first.
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