ADHD Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Nampa, Garden City, Star, & Kuna
K-Counseling & Anxiety Treatment is the only
clinic in Boise, Idaho that delivers FDA-Cleared ADHD testing with 98% accuracy.
Quality testing and interpretation by a professional results in more
accurate diagnoses and more individualized treatment options, yielding desirable
outcomes for you and your loved ones.
How do I do this?
We will conduct a clinical interview to determine if it makes sense to continue with additional computerized testing. You will get all of your questions answered at this FREE appointment. If we determine that further testing is indicated, we will schedule you for the test.
3 EASY STEPS:
Step 1.) Get tested (plan for 30 minutes)
Step 2.) We contact you with the results & options for treatment; we provide your results to your healthcare provider
Step 3.) You begin the journey to feeling better
Executive Skills Training Program
K-Counseling has a progressive Executive Skills Training Program to help reduce the negative effects commonly associated with ADHD. It is a self-paced coaching program that includes a workbook, a personal coach, sixteen sessions of NeuroFeedback, and a free retest.
How should the ADHD Test be used?
Assessing ADHD may be complicated and there is no single clinical tool that is able to give you all the answers. The QbTest provides objective data that together with other information will help your clinician assess you for ADHD.
QbTest also provides a valuable baseline measurement that can help to evaluate any future changes in your activity, attention, and impulsivity.
How is an ADHD Test performed?
The test is performed in front of a computer screen. The test equipment consists of an infrared camera, a head-band with an infrared marker attached to it, and a responder button.
During the test, a number of symbols are shown on the computer screen. The task is to push the responder button when a certain symbol appears on the screen. The test takes 15 minutes to complete and is not dependent on your language, reading or mathematic skills.
What do the results look like?
Not sure this is necessary or helpful as it takes time to learn to interpret an ADHD test. I suspect the user will get confused by the test results in the hyperlink below. I believe this information will be superfluous and overwhelming to the user. Instead, I think we need to answer the more pressing question, being, “does this mean my kid will be put on medication?”
The QbTest reports below show the results from a seven year old boy with ADHD. The two graphs at the upper part of the reports show activity level and the third graph shows attention and impulsivity control. The green circles represent correct presses and the red squares represent incorrect presses. The vertical position of the symbols show the reaction time. At the bottom of the report, all test results are summarized as numerical values.