In this evaluation, I help to uncover the areas that are challenging you as well as your strengths! The assesment process begins with a clinical interview where you and I will sit down together (usually over telehealth/video) and review your current and past struggles. You will complete a number of inventories and questionnaires at home and return to me via email for review. On the days of testing, we will sit together and go through a number of activities that will explore many areas of functioning. Some of the evaluation is done using iPads that I provide, some over the computer, some using blocks or other things you will manipulate with your hands, while other parts are completing using traditional paper and pen. The in-person and video testing takes place over 4-7 hours total, which can be divided between 1-2 days. This is followed by a feedback session where you will learn your diagnosis, how to begin managing your condition, and receive referrals to specialists to help with your next steps. You will receive a written report with all of these details, including a summary of your testing results, several weeks later. This report can be used to support ADA accommodations for school, work, or high-stakes testing (i.e., SAT, GRE, ACT, LSAT, MCATs, etc.)
Testing domains include: Learning, Achievement (Reading, Written-Expression, Mathematics), Intelligence, Executive Functioning, Memory, Attention, Mood/Emotions, Language, and Effort. Assessment includes records review, clinical interview, feedback session, professional consultation, and a written report with strengths-based explanation of testing results and suggestions for school or work accommodations, or high-stakes testing accommodations (e.g, SAT, GRE exams)
Abbreviated assessment for ADHD screening & psychological disorders only:
**This Screening assessment to help determine if you are living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and psychological/ mood disorders. This psychodiagnostic testing will help you know your diagnosis and give basic suggestions for next steps. Included are a clinical interview, diagnostic inventories, and objective assessment of the following domains: intelligence, attention & concentration, and executive functioning. (This option is not suitable if report/scores are needed to document the need for accommodations)
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