Not All Focus is Alike.

Problems with focus show up in one of three subtypes. Understanding yours provides a way to tailor your path to healing.

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Learn Your Subtype

Identifying your Focus Subtype is the first step on your adventure. One key question can help: When you're having a rough time and focus seems impossible, how do you feel? When you're ready, read the subtypes below and choose the one that answers that question best for you.

Distracted Brain

I often feel disorganized, anxious, and restless. I tend to be talkative, creative, impulsive, have trouble following through on tasks, and get over-focused on activities I really like.

I Feel Like This More Often

Distressed Brain

I often feel fidgety, distracted, and compulsive. I tend to get angry, defiant, aggressive, and am easily upset. I might have sensory sensitivities, trouble settling down, and mood swings.

I Feel Like This More Often

Lethargic Brain

I often feel spaced out and flat in mood. It seems like it takes too long for me to process things and my energy and motivation can be low. I am sensitive and sometimes withdraw.

I Feel Like This More Often

This website is for informational and entertainment purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.


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