• Mikayla Phan, MA, MFT

 

COVID-19 Update

Has the quarantine been worse for you than better? Between managing family, relationships, the kids, and simultaneously juggling work responsibilities, many people have reported they are struggling with even more challenges than ever.

As of May 26, 2020 I have reopened my office and am offering in-person sessions to patients. Cleaning measures compliant with CDC recommendations are being taken. Tele-health sessions will also be offered as an alternative to in-person sessions to accommodate each patient’s comfort level.

Please contact me to make arrangements. Call my office or email me at mikayla@adhdsolutionstherapy.com.

Welcome!

Life isn’t always easy. Sometimes, even the strongest people amongst us need help to work through some of life’s more challenging problems. Everyone has battles to fight and hurdles to overcome at some point. Whether you struggle with anxiety, parenting, relationship conflict, or a different issue, I will join you in your deepest darkness to help you find your way out.

Being a psychotherapist means it is a privilege to be a part of people’s emotional lives in times of distress. I am afforded the opportunity to be in people’s lives during the lowest, most frightening, and darkest emotional experiences they have ever had. There are many aspects to this experience which are very touching to me as a therapist attempting to move the individual or family through the healing process. The bravest people in this world are those who have the courage to reveal their pain and make the difficult decision to work towards healing.

My mission is to be compassionate while also being committed to providing individuals, couples, and families the education, tools, accountability, and strategies they need to change their lives.


"A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles."
- Christopher Reeve -

After recognizing underlying problems, patients can fully realize their strengths and adjust certain thoughts and behaviors to see things in a different, healthier way.

If you’re interested in becoming a better, happier, more fulfilled you, connect with me today!

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Meet Mikayla Phan

Therapy is work, and it’s difficult work. You are challenging core beliefs in therapy. You are digging into yourself, seeing brand new things, seeing familiar old things in new ways. You have to digest. Process. It takes energy. It takes courage and strength. And if it sometimes leaves you feeling tired and tender, then rest in knowing you are doing the hard work…of growing.

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Need Help Finding the Office?

ADHD Solutions is located in the Vantage II Building at 437 S. Yellowstone Drive in Madison. I am located on the
second floor in Suite 212. Either stairs or elevators can be accessed within the building. There is also plenty of parking in the lot.