A ROADMAP FOR TREATMENT
Assessment can provide better
understanding of the cognitive, social or emotional challenges a child or adult may be experiencing.
If a person is having problems at work or school, or in personal relationships, tests can help a psychologist understand whether he or she might have issues with anger management or interpersonal skills, or certain personality traits that contribute to the problem. Other tests evaluate whether clients are experiencing emotional disorders such as anxiety or depression.
Assessments and Testing
Assessment can provide better understanding of the cognitive, social or emotional challenges a child may be experiencing.
Evaluations are used to identify specific emotional and behavioral problems which may be interfering with a child’s social, academic or family functioning, and includes issues such as anxiety, depression, conflicts with authority figures or problems with anger management.
Evaluations help to identify delays in development as well as strengths; diagnose developmental disabilities, make recommendations for intervention; and determine eligibility for additional services.
We offer a broad range of tests including (but not limited to):
- Brown ADD
- WISC – 5
- CDI – Children
- IVA – 2
- Continuous Performance Test
- BASC – 3
- Vineland-3 Comprehensive Report
- WPPSI-IV – Score Report
- WPPSI-IV – Interpretive Report
- MCMI-IV Profile Report
- BASC-3 Report with Intervention Recommendations
- BASC-3 BESS Report
- BASC-3 Flex Monitor Report