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Dr. Reynolds Clinic in Middletown

Hi,
Does anybody have any experience with Dr. Reynolds Clinic in Middletown?
http://www.reynoldsclinic.com/
I am looking for a ADD doctor. Please help if you can

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Hello,

I checked out the site.  They are offering a free 2 hour seminar on Wed night 5/14 6:30-8:30pm. 

They offer Neurofeedback which I found incredibly helpful. I also had a great response to medication.

I would recommend reading their website and getting educated on all the services they offer and then attend the seminar with any questions. 

There are many helpful tools for treating ADHD.

Good luck to you!

Mitzi

Posted by Mitzi Maine on Apr 30, 2014 at 8:24pm

Thank you Mitzi. We are on the beginning of that route. Everything is scary, and what scares me the most is inability to help my son on my own. Looking for options different than meds. Thank you Again.

ps. Could you recommend any good child psychologist in CT?

Posted by Anya on Apr 30, 2014 at 8:30pm

I called the clinic. Wow, that neurofeedback treatment is expensive!! And they dont work with the insurance.

Posted by Anya on Apr 30, 2014 at 8:58pm

We have been to the seminar. It sounds wonderful but I don’t believe a brain scan is the answer to find out what to do. We just started going to the ADHD center in middletown. You will get a full workup with testing if you don’t have school testing like we did(my son was diagnosed special ed in 4th grade via school testing.) You will speak with the educational specialist and we see the psychiatrist for a consult. All under one roof.  It is worth to see what they say at the end. Testing runs about $250 if you don’t have school testing. They will get alot of answers that way. Its different then just going to a psychologist.  Well that is my 2 cents!  Good Luck to you!

Posted by lkozak7 on Apr 30, 2014 at 9:37pm

Yes I agree Neurofeedback can be expensive and often times not covered by insurance.  There are different types of NF and mine was done by a trained LCSW in the Othmer Method.

I was fortunate as she did a sliding scale for me as I did not have insurance at the time.

The con may be the expense but the pro can be the possibility of the brain operating at a more normal pattern.  I have had total relief of all my chronic ADHD symptoms i.e. Non-Stop Motor, Impulsiveness, Anxiety, Depression, Chronic Over-Reactiveness and Chronic Poor Sleep.  I feel fortunate because if my therapist hadn’t given me the gift of a sliding scale, I never would have been able to try it.

Mitzi

Posted by Mitzi Maine on Apr 30, 2014 at 10:36pm

lkozak7- which ADHD center do U mean? Reynolds or Prohealth?
We are in the process of qualifying for special ed. Waiting for the results.

Posted by Anya on Apr 30, 2014 at 10:38pm

Are there centers for Neurofeedback near the shoreline that will work with insurance or provide a sliding scale payment? I attended the seminar at Reynold’s Clinic but the cost was more than I could afford. The school system my daughter attends is supportive, however her self confidence has taken a large hit since the beginning of the school year.

Posted by Kiliki on May 31, 2014 at 9:15pm

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