The recent ADHD-related threads just disappeared from here and the psychiatry forum (?), so here is one that I won't delete. RE: to "therapy" for ADHD Therapy...no. Behavioral interventions, parent training, and skills development,..yes. These interventions most likely won't replace med interventions for true ADHD cases, but they often can help with limiting the frequency and amount of req. meds. I worked on a study back in the mid-00's involving behavioral management in the classroom, and when done consistently and w. parental training we saw positive results. We didn't look specifically at meds v non-meds, but anecdotally I found that meds helped, but the kids still needed to be "steered" in the right direction or they'd struggle just as much as non-med kids.