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Psychological Testing and Assessment 

Are emotional or cognitive difficulties impacting your overall well-being, but you are unsure of their cause or how to identify the type of help you need? Maybe you’ve hit a dead end when searching for answers, or perhaps you’ve already spent valuable time and money on therapy and counseling or medications that proved to be ineffective.

These experiences are often frustrating and overwhelming. Fortunately, there is hope. One powerful way to find the answers you need is through a formal assessment performed by an experienced psychologist.

Woman receiving a psychological assesment

This type of evaluation stands alone in its ability to provide you with the answers you seek. Ultimately, the assessment will present you with the results of psychological testing and a straightforward explanation of these results. It also explains the root of your symptoms, provides any relevant diagnoses, and recommends the most appropriate treatment for you.

Some common reasons people seek testing include: to understand why they are struggling with school, work, or relationships; to find out the reasons behind mood issues or difficulties with socializing; to obtain an accurate diagnosis and recommendations for treatment; and to gain insight into their personality, which can help illuminate suitable career paths or relationships.

Types of Assessment

We offer a comprehensive diagnostic psychological assessment to evaluate cognitive, emotional, and personality functioning. In addition, we offer the following specific evaluations for adolescents and adults:

  • ADHD

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • IQ; Achievement

  • Learning disabilities

  • PTSD

  • Personality styles

  • Mood, anxiety, and personality disorders

  • Psychosis and dissociative disorders

Male patient having and ADHD evaluation

The Assessment Process

While the process and cost will differ for each individual based on your specific needs, a psychological evaluation generally follows a three-session schedule:

  • An initial session where you describe your reasons for seeking the psychological evaluation and present any relevant medical records.

  • A second session where you will be administered the appropriate tests.

  • After you have received and read your report, a third session where your psychologist provides feedback on the results of your evaluation, treatment recommendations, and answers any questions you may have.

Expert Evaluators 

If you are looking for psychological testings and assessments you can trust our expert evaluators to provide in-depth analysis with helpful results. The assessment process can seem daunting and complicated. Please reach out to us if you have any questions, or click the link below to get started.

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