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At ADHD Therapy Australia we aim to make therapy and assessment for issues stemming from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder easy to access Australia wide.

Adults with ADHD face numerous challenges in their day to day lives, and it can be difficult to access treatments that can help manage these conditions.

At ADHD Therapy Australia we provide evidence-based treatment online: making therapy tailored for treating ADHD accessible in a place that suits you.

At ADHD Therapy Australia, we can help with the following issues

  • Holistic, comprehensive and trauma-sensitive ADHD assessments, including a comprehensive report for your first visit with a psychiatrist

  • Therapy using interventions empirically supported for use with people with ADHD

  • Study skills and accommodations for students studying at university, TAFE and those undertaking the HSC

  • Career assessment & development

  • Sleep issues stemming from ADHD

  • Training for parents of young people with ADHD

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At ADHD Therapy Australia we aim to provide a supportive platform for therapists and professionals to help learn how to best support people with ADHD.

Anthony Brown, Principal Psychologist

Anthony is an experienced therapist and registered psychologist, with extensive experience working with adults with ADHD from a variety of cultures and communities, including the LGBTQIA+ and First Nations community. Anthony works with an integrated framework, tailoring his therapeutic approach to the specific needs of the client and approaches therapy with authenticity, compassion and empathy. 

He has particular expertise and passion in working with people who have ADHD, and has a passion helping people perform at their best in their studies, careers and relationships. Anthony also has a breadth of experience in private practice working with people with depression, anxiety, sleep issues, trauma, drug and alcohol issues, and has a great deal of interest in how to treat these conditions for adults with ADHD.

Anthony is trained in a range of therapeutic approaches such as Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy and The Gottman Method for relationships. Anthony is registered with Medicare.

Anthony is currently not accepting new clients for therapy.

Sarah Coffey, Psychologist

Sarah is a registered psychologist with over a decade of experience in therapeutic work and psychological assessment. Her approach to ADHD assessment is respectful, holistic and thorough. 


Sarah has worked extensively with a wide range of clients including neurodiverse clients, clients with a history of trauma, LGBTIQ+ clients, and culturally and/or linguistically diverse clients. She is a passionate advocate for neurodiverse individuals, including those who have ADHD.


Sarah aims to increase clients'  understanding of their symptoms following ADHD assessment and to give guidance on treatment options to improve psychological health and functioning in everyday life.

Sarah is currently not accepting new clients for therapy or assessment.

Colleen Morris, Clinical Psychologist

Colleen is a down to earth clinical psychologist with over 10 years' experience. Colleen’s is passionate about supporting neurodivergent adults and parents of neurodivergent children. Colleen brings with her both lived and professional experience.

Colleen recognises that being neurodivergent has strengths and challenges and supports clients to understand and embrace their neurotype, while cultivating an environment that supports their needs. Colleen especially likes working with clients with ADHD, supporting them with neuro-affirming psychoeducation and practical strategies to improve executive function and overall wellbeing.

Colleen helps parents understand their children’s needs from a neurodivergent perspective, offering practical strategies to create an environment that accommodates and nurtures these needs, enabling them to thrive rather than survive.

Colleen’s approach is collaborative, trauma-informed and neuro-affirming.

Colleen is accepting new clients for therapy.

Anna Curtis, Psychologist

Anna is a Registered Psychologist completing ADHD assessments alongside her therapeutic work in private practice. Anna approaches her assessments with genuine empathy and care, aiming to create a safe and non-judgemental space for her clients. Through her assessments, Anna hopes to assist individuals in gaining further insight into the strengths and challenges associated with ADHD. It is her hope that, by delving into these insights, clients will be empowered to navigate their lives with a deeper understanding of themselves, fostering a sense of self-awareness and self-compassion.


In her private practice, Anna works with individuals experiencing various mental health concerns, including depression, anxiety, and trauma. She has a particular interest in the complex interplay between ADHD, mental health, relationships, and self-esteem. Anna has experience working with a diverse range of individuals, including Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD), Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders (ATSI), members of the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as those living with a disability.

Anna is currently not accepting new clients for therapy or assessment.

Naomi Jennings, Psychologist

Naomi is a registered psychologist with experience working with neurodivergent clients in both therapeutic and psychological assessment settings. She has a passion for supporting neurodivergent individuals across the lifespan.


Naomi has worked with diverse client groups, including those from LGBTQI+ and culturally diverse communities. She brings a warm and non-judgemental approach to her therapeutic and assessment work, and she is committed to empowering people with ADHD to unlock their full potential. As a trauma-informed practitioner, Naomi brings a compassionate perspective to her work to guide clients toward emotional and psychological wellness. 

Naomi is currently not accepting new clients for therapy.

Maddie Fooks, Psychologist

Maddie is a warm and dedicated psychologist who has expanded into ADHD assessments alongside her therapeutic work and work in educational settings. Maddie aims to thoroughly understand each of her clients; she approaches each assessment with genuine curiosity and openness. Maddie hopes that each assessment she is part of leaves her clients feeling thoroughly understood, and with an increased sense of self-awareness.  Maddie prides herself on creating a warm, comfortable and non-judgemental space for her clients. 

In private practice and in schools, Maddie works with young people with a range of mental health concerns including depression, anxiety, OCD, phobias and challenges associated with Autism and ADHD. She has worked closely with neurodivergent young people in both a therapeutic setting and in finding ways to thrive in school. Maddie has experience working with a diverse range of individuals, including Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (ATSI), members of the LGBTQIA+ community as well as those living in rural and remote areas. 

Maddie is accepting new clients for assessments.

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At ADHD Therapy we offer a variety of evidence-based approaches to help adults with ADHD feel calmer, more confident and in control of their lives. We can help with the following issues, but for other ADHD-related issues, feel free to contact us and we will discuss how we could help you.

  • Comprehensive and trauma-sensitive ADHD assessments

  • Study skills training and accommodations for university and TAFE

  • Neurodiversity-friendly organizational and time management skills

  • Treatment for complex mental health conditions for people with ADHD

  • Workplace accommodations and career counselling

  • Mindfulness and self-compassion-focused therapy

  • Training for parents of young people with ADHD


ADHD: Next Step

Have you just been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)? The amount of information to learn about ADHD can feel very overwhelming. A lack of information about ADHD after a diagnosis can make it more difficult to learn more about yourself and seek support to improve your life. This difficulty accessing support can make the feelings of stigma and grief that can accompany a new diagnosis more difficult to manage.

ADHD Therapy Australia’s “ADHD: Next Step” workshop covers what you need to know after an ADHD diagnosis in a simple and accessible way. In this 90 minute Zoom workshop, our Principal Psychologist, Anthony Brown, who has many years of supporting people with ADHD, and has a lived experience of ADHD, will talk you through the basic information that can be helpful to know.

Dates & time: TBA


Cost: $88

Sleep & ADHD

ADHD can make it difficult to get to sleep at night, which can make the difficulties caused by ADHD much more severe. Our sleep hygiene course is designed to help people with ADHD learn more about how their ADHD affects their sleep and get a more restful night. To learn more, please sign up using the link below.

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ADHD Freindly Study Skills for University & TAFE 


Wanting to do better at university? ADHD can make it difficult to manage university and TAFE so you can go on to the career of your choice. Our five week group program will teach you study skills in a way that is accessible for people with ADHD that will help you get the most out of your education. To learn more, please sign up using the link below.

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How long is a session?

Sessions are 50 minutes long. This is the standard length for a therapy session.


How much does a therapy session cost?

A full fee session costs $210 with our psychologists and occupational therapists, and $250 with our clinical psychologists. If you have a Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHCP), you will receive a Medicare rebate of $96.65 for a psychologist and $141.85 for a clinical psychologist. Alternatively, some private health insurers will cover part of the cost of a session, check with your insurer for details.


What can I expect in the first session for therapy?

In the first session, we assess the issues at hand, set goals and start working on our plan. Over the next few sessions, we develop the plan further, building new skills and mindsets. You’re encouraged to practice these new skills in between sessions to develop them further.

Is there a cancellation policy for therapy sessions?

Appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours notice carry a cancellation fee $50. If you do not pay this fee, you will not be able to book in another session. In the case of patients with multiple cancellations, to book an appointment a non refundable advanced payment of the session fee may be required to book an appointment. We encourage all patients to call us to talk about why they missed a session.

How much does an ADHD assessment cost?

An assessment for ADHD with our psychologist costs $540. Assessment fees are $540 to cover the cost of the clinical interview, surveys, report and feedback session to discuss the results with your psychologist. Unfortunately, no medicare rebate can be claimed for an assessment for ADHD.


What can I expect in the first session for an assessment?

Once you have booked a session for your clinical interview for your assessment a form will be sent for you to complete to gather supporting information for your ADHD assessment from yourself and people you know. In your clinical interview via Zoom, your psychologist will ask several questions about your behaviour and how it affects your daily life. A report summarising the results of your assessment will be written for your GP and Psychiatrist after the clinical interview has been completed all all documentation has been sent through


What is the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist?

ADHD Therapy Australia is a psychology clinic. Psychiatrists are medically trained to diagnose and prescribe medication. Psychologists work with clients to develop skills that assist in the management of a condition. The research indicates that medication and therapy combined produce the best treatment outcomes for clients with ADHD. If you have an assessment with ADHD Therapy Australia and receive a subsequent diagnosis of ADHD you may then decide to go to a psychiatrist to explore medication options.


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