Comprehensive Psychological Evaluations

Comprehensive Evaluations are an excellent way to better understand how your child's individual differences impact their future. Typical referrals for testing include: IQ Testing, giftedness, executive functioning, memory and attention, learning difficulties, and personality and behavioral functioning. 

Comprehensive  Evaluations 

  • Strengths & Weakness with intellectual development

  • Developmental delays, intellectual, and social

  • Strengths & Weaknesses in learning 

  • Memory & Attention issues (ADHD)

  • Understanding emotional and behavioral functioning such as depression & anxiety

  • Comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations for concussions 

The evaluations are highly detailed and provide recommendations that can be used by parents, clinicians, and school administers to identify school placement or develop an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and Planning and Placement Team (PPT).  Additionally, psychological assessments can assist therapists and psychiatrists tailor their treatment plan to meet the individual needs of your child. 

Types of Evaluations

  • Intelligence Testing

  • Achievement Testing 

  • Socio-Emotional & Personality Testing

  • Neuropsychological Evaluations

What To Expect?

  • Prior to the initial meeting, you will be provided with some brief screeners to be filled out by yourself and your child's teachers.

  • Testing typically takes 1 - 2 days to complete.

  • On the initial meeting, a brief interview with the parent occurs.

  •  3-4 weeks later we schedule a follow-up session to discuss the findings of the evaluation and how to apply them effectively. (Time to complete the report may vary depending on schedule)

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