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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Are my symptoms characteristic of ADHD?

    I took a test for ADHD and scored 51 is this bad?

    I feel like I am suffering from symptoms of ADHD!

    * Fidgety, very restless
    * Angry outbursts
    *. Unable to concentrate For more than a few minutes
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  • Beulah Warren


    Beulah Warren is a registered Psychologist who has worked with infants and their parents for over 20 years, initially on research projects and later clinically. … View Profile

    These symptoms could be symptomatic of several things. We should try and get a good assessment of the total picture, and then we can see exactly what is the issue for you at the moment.

  • Dr Tim Edwards-Hart

    Clinical Psychologist, Psychologist

    Dr Tim Edwards-Hart is a clinical psychologist working with adults, young adults and adolescents (age 15+). He has expertise assessing and managing ADHD, anxiety, and … View Profile

    While restlessness, moodiness and difficulty concentrating are common characteristics of ADHD, there are any number of other explanations for these symptoms. So if they are negatively affecting your life it is a good idea to speak with your GP or a psychologist about them. If you remain concerned that you might have ADHD, then ask for a referral to someone who specialises in ADHD assessment to help put your mind at ease.

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