Dr. Joseph Graybill, Ph.D.
2248 Broadway, New York, NY 10024


Do you feel unsuccessful enough though you know you are intelligent? Is it easier to solve complex problems than it is to implement a basic daily routine? Are you tired of not being able to complete tasks and manage your time efficiently?

ADHD may make life seem challenging and frustrating. Difficulties concentrating, feeling distracted, trouble managing your time get in the way career and school success. Feeling unsuccessful when you know you are intelligent may being making you feel angry, frustrated and anxious.

You are not alone if you are feeling distracted, easily overwhelmed, and have difficulty organizing your schoolwork and job-related tasks. Although ADHD may have a significant impact on your ability to succeed in school, at work and in your relationships, evidenced-based treatment is available to help you become the master of your life and of your time.

Understanding ADHD

ADHD is one of the most common Neurodivergent challenges, which effects almost 6 million people in the United States, according to the CDC. 

ADHD, is considered being Neurodivergent, which refers to natural variations in brain functioning and cognition that differ from what is typically considered “neurotypical.” Millions of people present with Neurodivergence, which is simply defined as the natural differences in your brain chemistry which make learning difficult. 

I specializedin helping ADHD and Neurodivergent people overcome these neurological differences and achieve success commensurate to their ability. Through my years of working in this area of specialty, I will help you implement practical changes to your routine and mindset. These behavioral changes will help you become a more organized thinker, to use your time more efficiently and to effectively prioritize your responsibilities. 

If you are struggling with ADHD, evidenced-based treatment is available to help you overcome the challenges and thrive. 

Symptoms of ADHD

Common within the realm of Neurodivergence, ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by persistent patterns of inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity that interfere with daily functioning and development. It typically emerges in childhood and can persist into adolescence and adulthood. 

If you are struggling with ADHD, you are likely to experience:

Inattention: You may have difficulty sustaining attention and concertation, organizing tasks, following through on instructions. You may be prone to making carless errors. 

Hyperactivity: You may be struggling with feeling restless and fidgety. Friends may tell you that you talk too much and don’t listen to them.

Impulsivity: Difficulty waiting your turn, acting without thinking, interrupting others and engaging in risky behaviors are all symptoms of being impulsive. 

Executive Functioning Difficulties:  Refer to challenges you have in the areas of being able to plan, organize, prioritize, initiate tasks, monitor your progress, and adapt to goal-directed behaviors. 

Treatment for ADHD

I offer treatment of ADHD through a multimodal approach, combining various strategies to address the core symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, impulsivity and executive functioning. Through this evidenced-based therapy you will:

  • Recognize and change negative thinking and behavior. This recognition will mediate the management of impulsivity and improvement of your time management skills and organization.
  • Implement structured behavior plans and reinforcement strategies to promote positive behaviors and reduce those which are problematic in your social, educational and career life.
  • Become an advocate for yourself at school so teachers can implement effective accommodations and modifications in the classroom to help you succeed academically.

Need Help?

Now is the time to connect with an experience psychologist to help you become the master of your life and to achieve optimally in school, career and with your relationships.