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Cary Family Psychology*

Welcome to Our Website


We are a child and family counseling and psychology practice located in Cary, North Carolina. We provide psychological, neuropsychological, and psycho-educational assessments. We also provide counseling to individuals of all ages. We were established in 1985 and our office is a favored place for referrals by physicians, school counselors, former patients, other mental health professionals, and insurance companies.


Our office is conveniently located from all areas of the Research Triangle including Cary, Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Durham, Apex, Holly Springs, and Garner. We emphasize a caring, confidential environment, and short term treatment approaches.



Please contact us today:


Cary Child and Family Psychology


102H Commonwealth Court
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Telephone: 919-467-2876
e-mail: caryfamilypsych@gmail.com

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Our Approach to Treatment

We are committed to brief, short-term, practical, and evidence-based treat­ment approaches. Most people see us anywhere from 4 to 12 sessions. That is why we like to say: " A few sessions....a lifetime of change."

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What is ADHD?

ADHD (Attentional Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is a disorder of self-regula­tion. It refers to an individuals' inability to con­sistently control aspects of their behavior. It can manifest itself in problems with attention, distrac­tability, forget­fulness, organization, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. This condition shares qualities with other disorders and an assessment by a trained mental healthcare professional is usually called for.