Non-Medicated ADHD Treatment

ADHD Assessment & Counselling Package

When medication isn’t the answer right now.


Non-Medicated Treatment For ADHD

There are a variety of reasons why people may choose to pursue non-medicated treatments for ADHD.

Some people may be concerned about the potential side effects of medication, or due to medical reasons may not be able to take medication, while others may prefer to try non-medicated ADHD treatments first.

Whatever the reason, there are a few options for those who wish to pursue non-medicated ADHD treatment.

At ADHD 360 our non-medicated ADHD treatment offering focuses on counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), formulated specifically for you and your symptoms.

Each person’s experience will be different, but our non-medicated ADHD treatment is designed to help you find the right treatment to manage your ADHD symptoms.

Are you interested in our Non Medicated ADHD Package?

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Non-Medicated ADHD Treatment Package with ADHD 360

We are now offering a package for Non-medicated ADHD treatment.

Our Gold Non-medicated (counselling) Package covers the cost of an ADHD assessment and provides you with three 45-minute counselling sessions.

Your 3 sessions post diagnosis can help you make sense of your challenges in dealing with daily life and the impact ADHD has had on your self-esteem, self-belief and confidence. Sessions are patient-centred and solution-focused.

Together we will identify and meet outcomes for each session, with an agreed plan of areas to focus on in between sessions.

A basic outline of the 3 sessions is below:

Session 1

Develop an understanding of your ADHD and identify outcomes for your counselling period & explore self-esteem, and confidence impact pre and post-diagnosis.

Session 2

Evaluation of strategies you have developed to manage daily challenges of ADHD, identifying what works and what may benefit from changing.

Session 3

Explores useful cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)  strategies and Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) techniques, that will support future change.

Once you have completed your sessions, we can offer post-session pathways for ongoing future self-development if requested.

Future pathways could include coaching, further non-medicated ADHD treatment (counselling) or medicated ADHD treatment dependent upon complexities, your needs and your history.

Non-Medicated ADHD Treatment Pricing For New Patients

Your Non-medicated ADHD Treatment journey starts with the initial assessment to determine if you have ADHD.

To secure your appointment you will be asked to pay a £170 initial booking fee.

Once a diagnosis is established you will start your counselling sessions.

Gold Assessment & Counselling package

Paid Upfront


Charged Upfront
Saving £150 in total



Charged over 3 months
3x Instalments of £310

  • Specialist ADHD Assessment
  • 3 x 45-minute counselling sessions aimed at helping you or your child with ADHD symptoms
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Gold Counselling package (current medical treatment patients)

Paid Upfront


Charged Upfront
Saving £60 in total



Charged over 3 months
3x Instalments of £170

  • 3 x 45-minute counselling sessions aimed at helping you or your child with ADHD symptoms

Non-Medicated ADHD Treatment Pricing For Current Patients

For our patients who are currently on one of our medical treatment plans, we are offering a new package that you can bolt onto your current package.

Our gold counselling package for current patients includes three 45-minute counselling sessions. 

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How can counselling & cognitive behavioural therapy help ADHD?

There is no one-size-fits-all treatment for ADHD, but there are a number of options available.

Some people with ADHD choose to take medication, while others opt for non-medicated ADHD treatment like counselling or cognitive behavioural therapy.

ADHD is a neurodevelopmental condition that is characterised by hyperactivity, inattention and impulsivity, but at its core, those with ADHD have problems with the brain’s management system, “executive functioning”.

Executive functioning is a group of mental processes that enable people to maintain a consistent set of rules, generate new ones, and adapt them to meet circumstances. These abilities are also known as self-control or impulse control, and they help you manage your emotions.

Problems with executive functioning usually result in:

  • Procrastination
  • Poor time management
  • Poor impulse control
  • Disorganisation

  • Emotional dysregulation
  • Trouble focusing

For children this can cause difficulties learning, problems at school, problems at home and problems with self-esteem.

For adults, these issues are exacerbated and can also result in criminal activity, substance abuse and other mental health conditions.

Counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) are two non-medicated treatments for ADHD that have been proven to be effective in managing problems with executive functioning as well as other ADHD symptoms in children and adults.

Counselling helps people understand their ADHD and how it affects them, while cognitive behavioural therapy helps people learn new skills and strategies for managing their ADHD symptoms.

Through CBT therapies and NLP techniques we can create better life outcomes for those with ADHD.

Non Medication Treatment for ADHD

What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)?

Cognitive behavioural therapy, or CBT, is a type of talk therapy that can be used to treat a variety of mental health conditions, including ADHD.

CBT is based on the idea that our thoughts and beliefs can affect how we feel and behave.

By changing the way we think, we can change the way we feel and behave.

Focusing on how your thoughts, feelings and behaviours are related to each other, CBT can help you to identify and change any negative or unhelpful thoughts and behaviours that may be contributing to your ADHD symptoms.

The goal of CBT for ADHD is to help people learn how to better manage their symptoms.

CBT may include:

  • Learning how to better self-monitor and track symptoms
  • Developing coping skills to deal with stress and frustration
  • Learning how to problem-solve and set goals
  • Practicing social skills
CBT Therapy for ADHD

What are Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) techniques?

Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is a technique that uses the power of language to help people change their thoughts and behaviours.

NLP works by helping you understand how your thoughts and behaviours are related to your feelings and sensations. It can be used to help you overcome challenges you face with ADHD.

NLP techniques work by helping you focus on your goals and by teaching you how to use your own resources to achieve those goals.

It can help you identify the thoughts and behaviours that are holding you back, and it can also help you to develop new habits and strategies for overcoming those challenges.

What if I decide I want to try medication?

If you decide within 3 months of choosing our counselling package that you or your child may benefit from treatment in the form of medication, we can organise a medical file review for an additional £100.

Anything after 3 months would require a reassessment.