t'han diagnosticat

t'han diagnosticat

t'han diagnosticat



Every experience in life (even before being born) makes its mark on us.

Many of these marks enrich us as people; others, however, leave wounds that belittle us, that limit and condition us.

And often we aren’t even aware of it.

Or we just settle for giving it a name: AD(H)D

Are you too willing to settle for this?

MAP isn’t either.

With the help of MAP METHOD

experts, within a few sessions.


those footprints that have left their mark on you, the ones that prevent you from realising your full potential.

Your AD(H)D?

Discover it, conquer it and you’ll be able to resolve it.




Is the MAP system an alternative method for treating AD(H)D and other conditions or disorders?

Yes; it is also an effective treatment for relational conditions, such as bullying, or somatic displays caused by inner tension.

Specifically with AD(H)D, the method searches out the cause of loss of confidence and reassurance.


Where are the sessions held?

Do I need to go to a particular place?

The sessions can be carried out remotely or face to face.


What do the sessions consist of?

There are 6 collaborative sessions, with the participation of the person and their family members.

At the first session a test is taken, which allows us to determine the specific type of AD(H)D, and the level of severity.

A questionnaire is provided (to be completed before the session with the help of the mother and father, if necessary), regarding the pregnancy, the birth and the post natal period, which is reviewed and contrasted at the second session.

Prior to the third session a report related to academic background and significant record (a recompilation of traits, symptoms and significant events, recorded over time, in relation to the person), is to be filled in; it will be completed and commented on in this session.

In the fourth session a CEI (conscious exploration of the person’s inner self) is conducted, allowing us to see from a conscious level what are the inner workings of the person, helping to identify the root cause of the lack of attention.

A diagnosis of the cause of AD(H)D is provided at the fifth session, after having compared the test results. Personalized guidelines are then recommended; these make for better management of the condition, and improved performance.

The final session allows us to check on the implementation, and the result of, the suggested guidelines.


Is it for people of all ages or only for children?

It is for people of all ages.

AD(H)D is often diagnosed when there is a fall in academic performance.

We can observe that it is possible to have asymptomatic AD(H)D, which needs to be diagnosed in order to prevent the negative consequences this can cause.


Can it be done from home?

Yes, because it is a system in which family members also cooperate.


How much do the sessions cost?

The cost for the 6 sessions is 595 € with 9 contact hours, in addition to the personal time taken to complete the test, the questionnaire, the academic background and the significant record.

The savings it represents in the short and medium term are evident in the reduction of direct costs incurred by the lack of attention: tutors, medication, after school activities, etc.

Added to this is the decrease in emotional exhaustion and financial expenditure, which occurs when the symptoms of a person with AD(H)D clear up or subside.


Is the method scientifically sound?

It is a scientific method based on testing, empirical logic, observation of phenomena and statistical analysis.

The method is validated by the results obtained. This is confirmed by the person themselves on noticing an improvement, and by others in their immediate circle, on seeing the very real, positive change in them.


Is the method covered or recognised by insurance companies?

Unfortunately, it is not as yet accepted by insurance companies, due to its being a new way of resolving lack of attention.


Who certifies that this method really works?

The person themselves and their immediate circle are the ones who certify the method’s usefulness on seeing the results, in terms of performance or relational behaviour.