Should You Use Insurance for ADHD Care or Go out of Pocket for Drug-Free Methods?

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Child psychologist Dr. Robyn Silverman shares her son had incredible results from the treatment and she wanted more options for her child and medication and therapy did not work. Developmental psychologist Dr. Jenny Yip shares insurance will cover evidence-based treatment for kids with ADHD, and what the evidence demonstrates is that cognitive-based therapy and behavioral intervention is the first-line treatment for children with ADHD. Developmental psychologist Dr. Jenny Yip shares for the price tag of the Brain Balance Center, you have to weigh if it’s worth it when you might get great quality and effective care that is covered by insurance. VP of programs at Brain Balance Center Rebecca Jackson shares that most families that end up in her center have tried everything else first.