Psychological assessments involve multiple components, including norm-referenced psychological measures, informal tests and surveys, clinical and collateral interviews, school, medical, or previous mental health records, and behavioral observation
We currently specialize in the following types of psychological assessments:
- ADHD Evaluations
- Parental Fitness Assessment
- Psychosexual Evaluations
- General Diagnostic
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Process for Psychological Testing
The psychological evaluation process typically includes three steps:
Step 1: Intake
The intake session lasts about an hour and involves meeting with the clinician in an interview format to discuss the reason for the client’s presentation for testing, discuss background information (i.e. family history, substance use history, educational history, etc.). The intake session also involves discussion of current symptoms. For now, the intake sessions are typically conducted virtually.
Step 2: Testing
Testing sessions are typically conducted in-person, as they involve manipulation of certain objects and follow a standardized administration method. Computer and web-based testing are also sometimes incorporated. These sessions typically lasts two or more hours.
Step 3: Feedback
After a month or so, psychological reports are generated based on results from testing and interviewing. The reports are securely e-mailed to the client prior to the feedback session. During the feedback session, the clinician explains the content of the report, findings, conceptualization, and recommendations to the client in a manner that is clear and concise. These sessions can typically last up to an hour.Schedule An Appointment
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