Since ADHD/ADD is WAY overdiagnosed these days, I would highly recommend that you take your child to be assessed by a psychiatrist, who should try a drug trial/test to see if your child truly has ADHD. A test often used is to have the child do a sample of writing (ADHD writing is often very sloppy). Then a dose of a stimulant (Ritalin, Dexedrine, etc.) is given and after 30-45 minutes the child is asked to write another sample. ADHD children will almost always have a dramatic difference in their ability to write legibly. The child should also undergo psychological testing, looking for other disorders that often coincide with ADHD (such as Juvenile Bipolar disorder), or can be mistaken for ADHD. Find a reputable Child Psychiatrist in your area for an evaluation.
The word psychologist should not be capitalized unless you specify what kind of psychologist. For example: My friend is a Child Psychologist. I hope that helps. :)
Possibly. There should be evaluations done by the state.
they should have the knowledge to observe
See a psychologist.
Formal evaluations of each employee should be completed regularly so that deficiencies can be discovered and discussed with the employee.
Companies and organizations should perform job evaluations in a manner that best fits the company. For instance, companies with many remote employees may choose to have the employees complete online self-evaluations, and phone or video chat evaluations with their supervisors.
No, it should be illegal.
I'm not sure what your question is, the way you have phrased it. If you are asking, about a requirement that a psychologist should not disclose patient information, it would be a condition of confidentiality.
get a psychologist... the disorder "nymphomania" is not in the dsm-iv.
Yes, animal testing should be banned because it kills our animals.