ADHD, PTSD, Autism, and other forms of neuropsychological batteries.
Psychological evaluation involves a process of using a wide variety of specialized, standardized tools available to thoroughly gather information, reviewing a patient’s history/symptoms, and then integrating the new information with their history/symptoms to provide insight into their situation. It can be a good, proactive decision to have the testing done to facilitate prompt intervention.
The testing process involves an initial personal assessment by the psychologist, completion of indicated batteries of psychological assessment, and a review of report(s). The total time of the evaluation may vary upon the identified testing (s). There may be moments of emotional distress during the testing process. You may indicate a need to pause the evaluation process at any time. A technical assistant often works with the psychologist in completing this process. The evaluation process if often split up by hours or days based on space availability.
Upon completion of the test(s), the psychologist prepares a report based on the information gathered from your testing. Your report can be used to facilitate your overall treatment planning and medication management at the clinic. Your finalized report can also be shared with any parties desired with your written consent.
Conditions Commonly Evaluated Include:
- Asperger’s Disorder
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Developmental Delays/Disorders
- Executive Functioning Disorders
- Learning Disabilities
- Memory Impairments
- Mental Retardation
- Personality Disorders
- Clarification on Psychiatric/Mental Health Disorders
- Various neurological and medical conditions (e.g., presurgical/bariatric psychological evaluation) with potential neurocognitive effects
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