Psychological Assessment

A psychological assessment is an evaluation that may consist of a series of formal or structured psychological tests as well as clinical interviews designed to identify and describe emotional, behavioral, or learning problems. Psychological assessments are written, given orally, and/or administered via a computer. 

Our assessments provide essential information to children, families, therapists, and teachers about specific areas of functioning that inform treatment plans, provide access to supportive services, and promotes an environment for optional learning and social/emotional development. 

  • Why does my child display such significant behavior problems at home and/or school?
  • Does my child have ADHD? Is my child gifted?
  • Do I have ADHD?
  • Why is it so difficult for me to concentrate in order to complete tasks at work?
  • Why does it seem so much more difficult for me to deal with my moods?
  • Is this the right time for our family to adopt a child?
  • Do I have clearance to receive a medical surgery?