ADHD Treatment Center

Steps Recovery Center recognizes how vital the mind, body, and spirit are in their connection to the whole person. We take a holistic approach to treating ADHD that includes treating the whole person, and find that it tends to be more successful, especially since ADHD can affect every aspect of a person’s life. With a customized and individualized program, a holistic approach just makes sense. It affords an opportunity to meet the patient’s physical and psychological needs and allows them to engage physically, emotionally, and mentally.

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Information on ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders. Doctors typically diagnose this condition during childhood, and it follows a child into adulthood; however, they can also diagnose it in adults. Children with this disorder might have difficulty paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviors (acting without thinking about the consequences of their actions), and may be overly active.

According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), several ADHD symptoms may be present in an individual before age 12. Many parents of children with ADHD report excessive motor activity during the toddler years. These characteristics can be challenging to distinguish from the inattentiveness, impulsivity, and hyperactive behavior typical of children under four. 

When a doctor diagnoses this disorder, they search for six or more symptoms in children, and they look for five or more symptoms in people age 17 and older. There are three types of ADHD: Predominantly Inattentive, Hyperactive-Impulsive, and Combined.

ADHD Predominately Inattentive Symptoms

Individuals with this type of ADHD may have difficulty doing the following:

ADHD Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive Symptoms

People with this type of ADHD may do the following:

ADHD Combined Symptoms

A person with combined ADHD will meet the criteria for both Predominantly Inattentive and Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive ADHD.

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Individuals with ADHD can benefit from staying at an inpatient treatment center. A combination of pharmacological therapies, evidence-based behavioral therapies, and mindfulness approaches can help someone manage their ADHD. An experienced medical team can work with patients by engaging them in a variety of therapeutic modalities catered to their needs.
Therapy can help people express their stresses, anxieties, and frustrations so that they can work toward a healthier life. In an ADHD treatment program, therapists and life counselors can help patients re-set their thinking patterns and behaviors, overcome underlying trauma, and develop healthy coping mechanisms.
Different types of therapies include:
If a person with ADHD has co-occurring conditions, such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, or substance abuse problems, staying in a controlled, safe environment can help them reclaim their life.

STEPS RECOVERY CENTERS IS COMMITTED TO CONTINUE PROVIDING SERVICE TO THOSE AFFECTED BY ADDICTION WHILE ASSURING THE PROPER PRECAUTIONS ARE TAKEN TO RESPOND TO THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19)

Steps Recovery Center realizes the importance of maintaining a safe and effective environment for our clients and staff. As such, we are actively following all Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) Guidelines. The additional measures we take at Steps Recovery Centers include implementing the following protocols: admissions screening and testing, coronavirus infection control plans, providing education to clients and staff, and daily, effective screening of all employees and clients for Coronavirus symptoms. To ensure we protect and promote the health and wellbeing of our staff and clients, we will continue to monitor any developing updates to COVID-19, including exposure statistics in the community and guidelines provided by the Utah Department of Public Health.