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Navigating mental health care can be overwhelming, but Renewing Mindsets is here to help. Located in Main Line, Pennsylvania, our team led by a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner offers ADHD testing, medication management, and psychotherapy services. Trust us to provide compassionate care and expert guidance for all your mental health needs.

Discover Your Best Self: Expert ADHD Testing in Philadelphia & Virtually  Starting at $255

Tailored ADHD Assessments,
Rapid Appointments, & Expert Strategies

At Renewing Mindsets, we specialize in comprehensive ADHD testing, evaluations, ADHD diagnosis and medication management, offering personalized assessments for our clients in Philadelphia & Main Line.


What to Expect:
  • Swift Appointments: Schedule your in-person ADHD test and secure an appointment within 3 days.

  • Transparent Pricing: Our testing starts at $255, providing a breakdown of what's included for your clarity.

  • Thorough Assessment: Identify ADHD symptoms and their impact, with tailored evaluations considering age, gender, and coexisting conditions.

  • Guidance & Strategies: Gain professional insights into effective strategies and treatments based on your assessment results.

Ready to Begin Your Journey? Book your ADHD test now for prompt results and personalized guidance. Click "Schedule an Appointment" to secure your ADHD testing session.

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Completing this quiz may suggest certain tendencies or behaviors associated with ADHD. However, only a professional evaluation can accurately diagnose ADHD. We strongly advise scheduling an appointment with Renewing Mindsets or a qualified professional for a comprehensive ADHD evaluation.

Contact Information:

To book an appointment with Renewing Mindsets for an ADHD evaluation, please visit Renewing Mindsets - ADHD Evaluation or contact us at or call 484-948-5400 for more information.


Women seeking ADHD testing often do so due to a variety of factors that impact their daily lives and overall well-being. While ADHD has historically been associated with boys and men, it is increasingly recognized that women also experience this neurodevelopmental disorder. However, women's symptoms may present differently, leading to underdiagnosis and misdiagnosis. Here are some common reasons why women seek ADHD testing:

  1. Impaired Focus and Organization: Women with ADHD may struggle with maintaining focus, staying organized, and managing time effectively. They may find it challenging to complete tasks, meet deadlines, and stay on top of responsibilities at work, school, or home.

  2. Emotional Dysregulation: Emotional dysregulation is a common symptom of ADHD in women. They may experience intense mood swings, irritability, and difficulty managing their emotions. This can impact their relationships, causing strain and misunderstandings .

  3. Imposter Syndrome: Many women with ADHD experience imposter syndrome, feeling like they are constantly falling short of expectations and struggling to meet societal standards. This can lead to feelings of inadequacy, low self-esteem, and anxiety.

  4. Relationship and Family Challenges: ADHD can affect women's ability to maintain healthy relationships and manage family responsibilities. They may struggle with communication, organization, and time management, leading to conflicts and stress within their personal lives.

Sharon B. understands the unique challenges faced by women with ADHD, especially those who may have gone undiagnosed in their younger years. She offers thorough evaluations for ADHD in adults, including professionals and senior executives. By identifying and addressing ADHD symptoms that may be affecting their performance at work or in other areas of life, Sharon B. can provide a comprehensive evaluation.

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ADHD Medication Management

 If necessary, Sharon B. can prescribe ADHD medication to help manage symptoms. She closely monitors medication effectiveness and adjusts the treatment plan as needed to ensure optimal results. With her expertise in medication management, Sharon B. can provide the necessary support and guidance to clients who may benefit from medication as part of their ADHD treatment. 

Skill Development

Sharon B. understands the importance of improving time management, organization, and planning skills for individuals with ADHD. She can assist clients in setting up structures and accountability systems to reduce procrastination and increase productivity. By focusing on skill development, Sharon B. helps clients with ADHD overcome challenges and improve their overall functioning. 

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Co-occurring Symptoms

Sharon B. understands that individuals with ADHD may also experience co-occurring symptoms of anxiety and depression. She is experienced in addressing these additional challenges and provides comprehensive care to address all aspects of mental health. By addressing co-occurring symptoms, Sharon B. ensures that professionals and executives receive holistic treatment that supports their overall well-being.

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ADHD Support & Guidance

 Sharon B. is a passionate advocate for mental health and believes in empowering her clients to make the right decisions for themselves. She provides ongoing support and guidance throughout the treatment process, ensuring that clients feel supported and encouraged on their journey towards better mental health. With Sharon B.'s support and guidance, clients with ADHD can navigate the challenges they face and make positive changes in their lives. 

Think You Have ADHD?

If you suspect that you have ADHD and are searching for information specifically tailored to women, you may have some common concerns and questions. Here are some of the top concerns and questions that women who suspect they have ADHD often search for:

  1. What are the signs of ADHD in women? 

    • Many women grew up assuming that ADHD is a diagnosis for hyper little boys, but ADHD exists in women too. Symptoms may include feeling overwhelmed in stores or at parties, difficulty staying organized, trouble balancing checkbooks, feeling like life is out of control, and more.

  2. How is ADHD diagnosed in women?

    • Outdated diagnostic criteria and assumptions have contributed to a low diagnosis rate among women. It is important to consult with a mental health professional who can officially diagnose ADHD. They will consider your symptoms, medical history, and other factors to make an accurate diagnosis.

  3. What are the most common ADHD symptoms experienced by women? 

    • Women with ADHD often experience symptoms related to executive dysfunction, such as trouble staying focused, difficulty completing tasks, being easily distracted, and forgetfulness. Inattentive-type symptoms are more common in women, while hyperactive/impulsive-type symptoms are less common.

  4. How common is ADHD in women? 

    • While ADHD is more commonly diagnosed in boys and men, there is evidence that it is more prevalent in women than previously thought. However, ADHD in women may be underdiagnosed due to various factors, including symptom types, biases, and less available research specific to women.

  5. What are the next steps if I suspect I have ADHD? 

    • If you suspect you have ADHD, it is important to consult with a mental health professional who can provide an accurate diagnosis. They will consider your symptoms, medical history, and other factors. Treatment options may include medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes.

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Comprehensive ADHD Evaluations,
ADD Evaluations & ADHD Services 

At Renewing Mindsets, we understand the unique challenges faced by women who suspect they may have ADHD. We offer comprehensive evaluations and services specifically tailored to women to help them navigate the complexities of ADHD. Our goal is to provide accurate diagnoses, personalized treatment plans, and ongoing support to empower women in managing their ADHD symptoms effectively.

  1. ADHD Evaluation and Diagnosis:

    • Our experienced professionals conduct thorough assessments using evidence-based diagnostic tools and techniques [1].

    • We take into account the specific challenges and symptoms that women with ADHD may experience, including the potential overlap with other conditions such as anxiety and depression [1].

    • Our evaluations aim to provide accurate and reliable results, ensuring that women receive the appropriate diagnosis and treatment.

  2. Medication Management:

    • If necessary, we work closely with women to develop individualized medication management plans [1].

    • Our team of experts monitors progress, adjusts dosages if needed, and provides ongoing support to ensure optimal treatment outcomes.

    • We understand the importance of finding the right medication and dosage for each individual, taking into consideration any potential side effects and personal preferences.

  3. Coaching and Support:

    • We offer personalized coaching and support services to help women navigate the challenges of ADHD in their personal and professional lives.

    • Our trained professionals provide strategies, tools, and techniques to enhance productivity, time management, and overall well-being [1].

    • We understand the unique needs of women with ADHD and provide tailored support to address their specific concerns.

  4. Workshops and Resources:

    • We provide workshops and educational resources specifically tailored to women with ADHD.

    • These resources cover topics such as self-advocacy, stress management, and workplace accommodations [2].

    • Our goal is to empower women with ADHD by equipping them with the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in various aspects of their lives.

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ADHD Resources - Harvard Health Publishing

  1. Succeeding with ADHD
    Source: Harvard Business Review
    A podcast discussing how a military pilot, entrepreneur and professor have succeeded professionally despite having ADHD.

  2. Confronting Adult ADHD
    Source: Harvard Health - Harvard Medical School
    Description: A guide about gaining understanding of adult ADHD symptoms, causes and various treatment options.

  3. Non-drug treatments for adult ADHD
    Source: Harvard Health - Harvard Medical School
    Description: Discusses cognitive behavioral therapy, emotional therapy and other non-medication approaches for treating adult ADHD.

  4. Midlife ADHD? Coping strategies that can help
    Source: Harvard Health Blog - Harvard Medical School
    Description: Provides tips for staying organized, focused, meeting deadlines and getting additional help when dealing with adult ADHD mid-career.

ADHD Resources - New York Times 

  1. Executive Life; Attention Deficit Is in the Office, Too
    Source: The New York Times
    Description: Discusses how ADHD can impact executives and the rise of executive coaches specializing in ADHD treatment.

  2. Living With A.D.H.D.? A Coach Could Help
    Source: The New York Times
    Description: Profiles ADHD coaches and research on benefits of coaching for managing ADHD symptoms.

  3. Lack Direction? Evaluate Your Brain's C.E.O.
    Source: The New York Times
    Description: Explains executive functions and how executive dysfunction can impact daily life.

  4. How Do I Know if I Have Adult A.D.H.D.?
    Source: The New York Times
    Description: Covers reasons for underdiagnosis of ADHD in adults and diagnostic process.

  5. Adult ADHD: Spotting the Difference Between Regular Distraction and a Disorder
    Source: The New York Times
    Description: Discusses determining if distraction/forgetfulness qualifies as clinical ADHD.

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ADHD Resources - Forbes

  1. Survive And Thrive With ADHD Leadership: Everything You Need To Know From A CEO Who’s Been There
    Source: Forbes
    Description: A CEO with ADHD discusses her experience leading with ADHD and strategies for success.

  2. Celebrating ADHD In The Workplace
    Source: Forbes Coaches Council
    Description: Discusses benefits of embracing and celebrating neurodiversity in the workplace.

  3. Rethinking ADHD In The Workplace
    Source: Forbes Agency Council
    Description: Advocates for creating a more supportive and inclusive work environment for employees with ADHD.

Renewing Mindsets in Philadelphia, The Main Line & Virtually 

Renewing Mindsets, based in Philadelphia & Main Line locations, provides compassionate and dedicated mental healthcare services to the city's diverse communities. Led by Sharon B., an experienced psychiatric nurse practitioner, Renewing Mindsets assists adolescents, teens and adults in the Philadelphia area who are struggling with mental health conditions like anxiety, ADHD and depression. With over 20 years of psychiatric expertise gained at the prestigious Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Sharon is devoted to providing personalized care that meets the unique needs of each patient in the Philadelphia & Main Line area. Her specialized knowledge helps guide patients in Philadelphia along their mental health journey with empathy and support. Renewing Mindsets assists Philadelphia patients to better understand and manage mental health struggles through tailored psychotherapy and medication management approaches.

By centering their practice in Philadelphia, Renewing Mindsets offers a nurturing environment right in the heart of the city for patients to feel safe, secure and confident while working to improve their mental wellbeing. Sharon strives to provide the dedicated care and attention each Philadelphia resident deserves, creating customized treatment plans catered to their specific circumstances and goals. Her mission is to ensure every patient in Philadelphia is equipped with the tools and knowledge to live a balanced, healthy lifestyle. With a passion for serving Philadelphia's mental health community, Sharon draws on her wealth of experience to assist adolescents, teens and adults throughout the city. Her compassionate approach focuses on understanding the whole patient and their unique needs, not just symptoms, to foster positive outcomes. Renewing Mindsets provides the expertise, care and support Philadelphia patients need to overcome mental health challenges.

As a Philadelphia-based practice, Renewing Mindsets delivers specialized psychiatric services tailored to the diverse needs of patients in the city. Led by Sharon's expertise and compassion, Renewing Mindsets assists individuals struggling with common conditions like anxiety, depression and ADHD throughout Philadelphia. Her patient-centered approach promotes confidence and comfort for Philadelphia residents working to improve their mental health. By centering their services in Philadelphia, Renewing Mindsets provides the city with dedicated mental healthcare from an experienced specialist. Sharon's 20+ years of psychiatric experience enables her to offer specialized care that assists Philadelphia patients in better understanding and managing mental health conditions. Sharon dedicates herself to compassionate listening and tailored treatment plans that set her diverse Philadelphia patients up for success.

With a nurturing and welcoming environment in Philadelphia, Renewing Mindsets assists patients across the city along their mental health journey with expertise, empathy and support. Sharon's mission is to equip each Philadelphia patient with the knowledge and tools to live a fulfilling, balanced life. Establishing their practice in the heart of Philadelphia, Renewing Mindsets recognizes the critical need for accessible and compassionate mental health services within the city. Sharon brings her expertise to the communities that need it most, providing a centrally located sanctuary for Philadelphia residents seeking support and guidance through mental health struggles. Whether it be anxiety, depression, ADHD or any number of conditions, Renewing Mindsets opens its doors for all, dedicated to destigmatizing and demystifying mental healthcare.

Renewing Mindsets offers more than skilled psychotherapy and counseling for those in need - it provides Philadelphia with the gift of hope. Sharon's thoughtful, empathetic approach instills patients with the self-confidence required to envision a balanced life free from judgment and shame. Her practice says to all who walk through its doors "you are worthy of feeling whole". For over 20 years, Renewing Mindsets and Sharon have made it their mission to realize that vision of hope and health for Philadelphia. The team at Renewing Mindsets recognizes that the key to true healing lies in understanding each patient's unique story. While bringing expertise and proven techniques, they know that no two people's journeys are the same. Renewing Mindsets takes the time to listen and learn, crafting customized treatment plans tailored to the individual's needs, culture, and identity. Their focus remains on sustaining the progress made in Philadelphia, not just temporary relief. Lasting transformation comes when care is collaborative.

At Renewing Mindsets, adolescents, teens and adults in Philadelphia find the safety net and nurturing environment they need to work through mental health struggles. Sharon offers guidance without judgment, equipping patients with practical coping skills and knowledge to take control of their wellbeing. Her comprehensive psychiatry and psychotherapy services instill self-confidence and resiliency within Philadelphia's communities. Renewing Mindsets empowers patients to realize lasting change.

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Sharon is a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) in Philadelphia, serving clients in Center City and the Philadelphia Main Line area, including Ardmore, Berwyn, Bryn Mawr, Devon, Easttown Township, Gladwyne, Haverford, Haverford Township, Lower Merion Township, Malvern, Merion, Narberth, Radnor, Radnor Township, Rosemont, Strafford, St. Davids, Tredyffrin Township, Villanova, Wynnewood, Wayne, Delaware County, Chester County Pa., and Montgomery Counties, as well as King Of Prussia. To learn more about treatment and evaluation for adult ADHD in Philadelphia, please reach out today. Sharon is also serving clients in Center City and the surrounding Philadelphia neighborhoods. Some additional Main Line and suburban Philadelphia areas served include Broomall in Delaware County, Newtown Square in Delaware County as well as West Chester, Elverson and Phoenixville in Chester County.

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