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        Neurodiversity Clinic

        Many people believe that it is difficult to obtain assessments for ADHD. Here at the ADHD Foundation, we strive to deliver an accessible, efficient and high-quality service, whether you live in Liverpool or further afield. At the ADHD Foundation, we can offer a full ADHD screening for people aged 6 to 60. Our trained staff utilise assessment scales, interviews and the use of the QbTest to provide clinicians with accurate and detailed information to aid in a diagnosis.

        Meet the team

        Ms Rachel Keeton

        Clinic Manager, MSc, BSc (Hons)
        Health Psychologist in Training
        Rachel has a background in Health Psychology and is currently undertaking the Health Psychology Professional doctorate at LJMU.

        Ms Amy Lock

        Assistant Psychologist, MSc, BSc (Hons)
        Amy has a background in Psychology and completed her Health Psychology Masters degree at LJMU.

        Ms Megan Brown

        Assistant Psychologist, MSc, BSc (Hons)
        Megan completed her Clinical Health Psychology Masters at Liverpool University and has experience working as a Therapeutic support worker.

        Dr Tony Lloyd

        CEO of the ADHD Foundation
        Dr Lloyd is a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist with extensive knowledge and experience working with children in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services and Education settings.

        Type of Assesment

        6-17 Year Olds

        At the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity, we offer a full ADHD screen for 6- to 17-year-olds.

        18-60 Year Olds

        At the ADHD foundation we offer a full ADHD screen for 18- to 60-year-olds.

        "I just want to say how impressed I have been with all of you at the ADHD Foundation so far. The psychologist was so warm, welcoming and knowledgeable when I came for my assessment and on our Zoom call. I learned so much about myself and the condition!"

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