Ludmil Manov, M.D. : Child, Adult, and Adolescent Psychiatrist



ADD/ADHD is a disorder with the continuity of attention. Although it is not an emotional disorder in and of itself, the existence of ADHD can lead to emotional problems whose elimination can lead to a significantly improved quality of life. Behavioral therapy and/or medication can help eliminate some of the practical problems associated with ADHD.


Behavior Therapy

The aim of behavior therapy is attempt to remove blocks which lower the quality of life. This can be especially benifical to the ADD/ADHD patient in improving his/her daily functioning.


Anxiety can be treated with a range of medications, depending on your specific condition and needs.