A Drug-Free Solution
Licensed Davis® Facilitators usually will not work with clients taking medications
commonly prescribed for ADHD, such as Ritalin, Strattera, or Concerta, as those medications generally interfere with the individual’s ability to learn and apply the mental focusing techniques that are integral to the Davis program. Additionally, many medications prescribed for other conditions, such as depression or anxiety, may also prevent
For the Davis program to be successful, it is important that the clients be truly motivated to
In general, medications that are prescribed primarily to regulate attention level or behavior are the ones most likely to prevent success with the Davis program. In most cases, medications prescribed for physical ailments or illnesses such as asthma, hypertension, or diabetes would not be a problem.
However, it is always important for the prospective Davis client to disclose fully to the provider any medications that are being taken — including nonprescription medications or natural, herbal remedies — so that the provider is aware of the possible influence of these substances, as well as possible issues related to the underlying condition being treated.
Tap Number to Call
Calle Encino #1
San Pedro Garza Garcia, NL CP 66290
Mimi Mendoza de Carrillo
Licensed Davis® Dyslexia Facilitator
Specializes in Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia & AD(H)D. Reading, Writing, Math & Attention Correction. Find out more about Mimi here.
About The Davis® Programs