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Attention, concentration and hyperactivity interventions

Attention, concentration and hyperactivity interventions are often used to improve attention and concentration, as well as reduce hyperactivity which affect everyday life. Attention, concentration and hyperactivity interventions can be useful for conditions like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Here at HSR Psychology, we provide holistic attention, concentration and hyperactivity interventions.

Who may be suitable for an attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention?

Those aged from 5 to 25 may be suitable for an attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention at HSR Psychology. Although it is possible to provide an attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention for a child below the age of 5, at HSR Psychology this is very rare. 

Our attention, concentration and hyperactivity interventions may be appropriate for young individuals who: 


For more information on how HSR Psychology’s attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention can benefit a young person in your life then please get in touch.

What are the potential benefits of an attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention?

Our attention, concentration and hyperactivity interventions bring many benefits, including being able to:

Followingattention, concentration and hyperactivity interventions we will provide our suggestions for supporting the individual. The recommendations we provide are useful for encouraging good attention and concentration within the home and within school.

What happens prior to an attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention?

Our attention, concentration and hyperactivity interventions can be set up after an initial discussion with our team, please see our process below.

Our process

At HSR Psychology we ensure that we meet the needs of children and young people. To achieve this we ensure that any specific assessments, intervention, or direct work, is only carried out following an initial discussion.

An initial discussion allows us to understand the background and your expectations of our involvement. Having an initial discussion ensures any services we provide appropriately identify or address needs.

Our process for any specific assessments, intervention, or direct work is as follows:

Step 1: Contact us

We will usually be contacted by the child or young person, parent or carer, or another professional (eg education or health).

You can contact us or complete a referral



Step 2: Arrange an initial discussion

An initial discussion allows us to understand the background and your expectations of our involvement. Arrange an initial discussion



Step 3: Review our recommendations

Following an initial discussion we will send you an email that includes:

  • Next steps recommendations - to provide a bespoke package of support. For example:
    • Assessments
    • Reports
    • Information gathering
    • Meeting
    • Interventions
    • Consultancy
    • Reviews
  • Costing - we will provide costings for any services recommended.


Step 4: Let's get started

On receipt of the next steps recommendations and costing you can decide how to proceed. Once you have decided contact us to arrange the chosen services.



What happens during an attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention?

During an attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention with HSR Psychology the young person will learn what attention, concentration and hyperactivity is and recognise how it affects them in everyday life. The children or young adult will also be taught various techniques they can use to maintain attention and concentration, and reduce their hyperactivity e.g. calming techniques. The individual will be encouraged to practice their techniques between sessions so that they can reflect on their effectiveness within sessions. We can provide attention, concentration and hyperactivity interventions within school, at home or in one of our clinics.

What happens after an attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention?

After an attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention the young individual will be able to recognise when their attention, concentration or hyperactivity is interfering with their daily activities and will be able to apply effective techniques such as relaxation techniques to cope. Following an attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention it may be advised that we carry out follow up sessions, especially if workload or learning style changes.

Does an attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention come with a report?

Attention, concentration and hyperactivity interventions can involve a range of possibilities, so we can provide HSR Psychology reports following an attention, concentration and hyperactivity intervention. We always advise that a report should be compiled after an intervention has taken place. This will include what happened during the intervention, the influence of our input and further recommendations. Reports can outline strategies for maintaining focus and concentration and effective ways of reducing hyperactivity. Read more about our reports.

Arrange an initial discussion

Arrange an initial discussion to find out how we can benefit your education setting. The initial discussion lasts 2 hours and is a starting point to identify needs. The cost is £180.

  • No waiting lists
  • Experienced psychologists
  • Includes recommendation summary

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Next steps...

Ready to get started? The next step is to speak to our team to find out more about the services we provide and how we can help. Call us on 0161 820 9229 or email office@hsrpsychology.co.uk

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