How can we help you in relation to ADHD?

In addition to the Cognitive Training Plans based mainly on practice and play through chess, we provide a personalized attention and guidance service for people diagnosed with ADHD, whether they are children, adults, or their parents.

The main objective of this service is to try to offer an initial guideline on the possible way forward for the treatment of people diagnosed with ADHD, or their relatives and close environment, focusing mainly on:

  • Resolving emotional or social conflicts

  • The problems that appear in the academic environment at different stages of schooling

  • Problems and conflicts in the family environment

  • Difficulties of integration and adaptation in the work context

Symptoms of ADHD adults

We have a wide network of prestigious professionals and specialists specialised in psychology, psychiatry, neurodevelopment, educators, motor coordination and physiotherapy, as well as other complementary therapies based on art, music, sport, meditation and, of course, chess.

How do we work?

Tell us about your needs

Please, complete the following form and contact us if you need assistance and professional guidance for yourself, or for your child. Once we receive this request, we will contact you.

This first consultation is completely free , and can be held in person or online , depending on where you are.

Book your Orientation and Counselling Session online

Make the purchase of your Psychology Session, Assistance and Guidance online, and we will assign you the professional services of our best specialists, those that best suit your specific needs and depending on where you are and your time availability.


    • Chess helps develop memory and encourages the development of thinking skills, analysis, logical thinking, scientific thinking, problem solving and visual thinking or “visualisation”.
    • Chess helps to develop imagination and creativity and helps to increase foresight and visualisation.
    • Chess helps develop character and self-esteem! … Healthy self-esteem comes from knowing that you can do difficult things, because you have actually done them.
    • Chess fosters independence, reinforces personal responsibility and teaches acceptance of consequences … there is no “luck” in chess … there are no “hidden moves” … there are no teammates to help you play.
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