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Psychological Testing/Assessment

Psychological Assessment for children, adolescents, and adults and involves a complex process of evaluating an individual in order to gain an understanding of how they uniquely function. Using interviews and a comprehensive battery of tests, information is obtained and integrated. The psychological testing will determine whether a person has any specific diagnosis related to learning, emotional, personality, or relationship problems. Based on the results of the testing, a diagnosis can be made and recommendations can determine a treatment plan, assist in medication planning, and identify the best academic accommodations and placement.

Psycho-Diagnostic Assessment Services

Psycho-Diagnostic Assessments help provide clients of all ages a deeper understanding of their emotional, cognitive, personality, social, and behavioral functioning. This type of assessment can be helpful for individuals who:
            -Experience distress/discomfort in social interactions
            -Have a history of different doctors giving different diagnoses
            -Difficulties with activities related to daily living and functioning
            -Acting out behaviors
            -Interpersonal difficulties in relationships
            -Mood fluctuations
After completing a comprehensive battery of measures, the doctor will review your results along with your medical and personal history and will provide you with a feedback session
After testing is completed, you will receive an easy to read written report that outlines the assessment findings, diagnosis(es) if any, and recommendations.

Psycho-Educational Assessment Services

​​​​​​​Psycho-Educational Assessments address concerns related to a student’s (Pre-K to Graduate level) academic performance and/or behavior both in the school setting and outside of school (i.e. homework completion, studying difficulties). Additionally, it can include testing for Giftedness and Intellectual Functioning. A psychoeducational assessment is helpful to identify the source of the learning difficulties whether it be related to Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Specific Learning Disorder, Trauma History, Anxiety, and/or Mood Disorder.
Testing for Psycho-Education Assessment typically includes (but is not limited to) the following comprehensive types of assessments:
            -Clinical/Background Interview
            -Cognitive Assessment (Intellectual Functioning)
            -Academic Achievement
            -Executive Functioning
            -Psychological/Behavioral Functioning
            -Family/Caregiver/School Input  
By completing a comprehensive group of measures it allows the doctor to help you put the pieces of the puzzle together to get the best picture of what is going on for the student.
After testing is completed, you will receive an easy to read written report that outlines the assessment findings, diagnosis(es) if any, and recommendations. Examples of recommendations include (but are not limited to) treatment recommendations, referrals for medication management, school accommodation recommendations (IEP or 504 recommendations), standardized testing accommodations, and entrance exam accommodation recommendations. 

Counseling & Sport Psychology Services

Learn more about our Counseling, Sport, and Mental Performance services by visiting the Advantage Psychology Mental Performance Center website.
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