Welcome! This self-assessment is designed to help you explore whether you might be experiencing symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). It’s important to remember that this is not a diagnostic tool and cannot definitively determine if you have ADHD.

About ADHD:

ADHD is a prevalent neurodevelopmental disorder affecting millions of children and adults globally. It can manifest in difficulties with focus, attention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.

Resilient Mind Psychotherapy offers online therapy specifically tailored to help individuals manage ADHD symptoms and thrive in their daily lives.

Understanding ADHD:

Before we begin, let’s explore the two main types of ADHD:

The Assessment:

Please read each statement carefully and select the answer that best reflects your experience over the past six months.



  1. How often do you find it difficult to sustain focus on tasks or activities for extended periods?
  2. Do you frequently forget daily tasks, like chores, appointments, or errands?
  3. How often do you struggle to listen attentively when someone is directly speaking to you?
  4. Do you often lose track of conversations or tasks due to distractions?

Organization and Planning:

  1. How often do you find it challenging to get organized and plan activities effectively?
  2. Do you frequently lose or misplace important items (keys, phone, wallet)?
  3. How often do you avoid or procrastinate on tasks requiring sustained mental effort (like paperwork or reports)?

Hyperactivity and Impulsivity:

  1. Do you often fidget or squirm in your seat when expected to sit still?
  2. How often do you feel restless or “on the go” even when in situations requiring stillness?
  3. Do you find yourself blurting out answers before questions are fully completed?
  4. How often do you have difficulty waiting your turn or following rules in games or group activities?
  5. Do you often interrupt conversations or others’ activities?
  6. Do you take unnecessary risks or engage in activities with potential for physical or emotional harm?


There is no pass/fail score on this assessment. However, if you find yourself answering “Often” or “Very Often” to a significant number of questions, particularly across both sections (Inattention and Hyperactivity/Impulsivity), it may be beneficial to seek further evaluation from a qualified mental health professional.

What’s Next?

If this assessment has raised concerns about ADHD, Resilient Mind Psychotherapy can help. We offer confidential online therapy tailored to address ADHD symptoms and treatment. Our therapists can provide:

Benefits of Online Therapy for ADHD:

Online therapy offers a convenient and accessible way to receive professional support for ADHD. Here are some advantages:

Contact Resilient Mind Psychotherapy Today!

We understand that navigating mental health concerns can feel overwhelming. Our team of experienced therapists is here to support you on your journey to well-being. Reach out for a free consultation to discuss your needs and how online therapy can empower you to manage ADHD and thrive.


This self-assessment is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as a substitute for a professional diagnosis. If you suspect you may have ADHD, please consult with a qualified mental health professional.

Additional Resources:

We recommend exploring these resources for further information on ADHD: