Psychological Testing

Psychological Testing


Our comprehensive psychodiagnostic evaluation services are tailored to provide you with a profound understanding of your strengths, mental health, and when applicable, specific diagnoses. These assessments identify distinct psychiatric diagnoses, including major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, psychosis disorders, substance use disorders, and personality disorders. It also offers personalized treatment recommendations.

Our evaluation process consists of the following components:

  • In-Depth Semi-Structured Clinical Interview: We conduct a detailed and structured interview to gain profound insight into your individual circumstances.
  • Systematic Diagnostic Assessment: We employ a structured approach to identify potential psychological disorders.
  • Objective Standardized Testing: Objective data is collected through the administration, scoring, and interpretation of standardized tests.
  • Collateral Information Collection: We gather additional information from relevant sources to ensure a comprehensive evaluation.

You will receive:

  • Personalized Verbal Feedback: We will provide individualized feedback, discussing the key findings of the evaluation.
  • Comprehensive Written Report: You will receive a detailed report, encompassing:
    • Interpretation of test results.
    • Diagnoses, if applicable, with specific names of psychiatric disorders.
    • A personalized summary and tailored treatment recommendations.


Our comprehensive neurodevelopmental evaluation services are designed to provide thorough assessments and diagnostic insights for individuals of all ages. These evaluations typically involve several hours of in-person assessments conducted over multiple days. After collecting all necessary information, we schedule a feedback appointment with the individual and/or their family to review test results, diagnoses, and treatment plans. Following this, we dedicate additional hours to generate a detailed diagnostic report.

We offer evaluations in the following categories, tailored to the specific disorder(s) or issue(s) suspected or discovered:

a. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Evaluation: For individuals suspected of ASD, our assessments adhere to the Gold Standard established by the Department of Developmental Services (DDS). We evaluate social communication impairments, restricted interests, and repetitive behaviors through the following:

  • Social Communication Measures: Assessment of social communication, play, unusual behaviors and interests, and developmental milestones across the lifespan using play, observation, or interviews.
  • Developmental History: A comprehensive evaluation of social, communication, play, unusual behaviors, and developmental milestones across the lifespan.
  • Neurocognitive Testing: Assessment of intelligence/IQ, language, and other cognitive abilities in both verbal and nonverbal domains.
  • Current Adaptive Functioning: Evaluation of independent living skills relevant to daily life, including communication, daily living skills, socialization, and motor skills.

b. Evaluations for General, Intellectual, and/or Language Delays: We conduct assessments that meet or exceed the standards set by the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) to evaluate delays in cognition, language, and independence. These include:

  • Neurocognitive Testing: Assessment of intelligence/IQ, language, and other cognitive abilities specific to identify delays in verbal and nonverbal skills.
  • Current Adaptive Functioning: Evaluation of current independent living skills relevant to daily life, such as communication, daily living skills, socialization, and motor skills.

c. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Evaluation: Our ADHD evaluations are thorough and accurate, aligned with the current DSM-5 criteria. We assess symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity through a combination of assessments:

  • Neurocognitive Testing: Assessment of intelligence/IQ, language, information processing, attention, and executive functioning.
  • Psychiatric Interview: Standardized DSM-5 interviews with the client and other informants to identify ADHD and related psychological disorders.
  • Social/Emotional Measures: Evaluation of underlying social and emotional issues using behavior checklists, questionnaires, and projective tests.
  • Other Information: Utilization of observations, records, and information from teachers and other relevant providers when applicable.

d. Miscellaneous Child, Adolescent, and Adult Evaluations: Our services extend to addressing various needs, including:

  • Determining School Placement or Readiness: We assess whether the current or desired academic program is suitable for the individual, addressing questions such as readiness for kindergarten, grade retention, accelerated programs, and appropriate school settings.
  • Giftedness Testing: Evaluation of whether a child qualifies for enrollment in a Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) program or a private school tailored for gifted students.
  • Accommodations for Testing: We assist individuals with developmental or psychological disorders in obtaining special accommodations for standardized tests (e.g., SAT, MCAT, GRE) by leveraging the protections set forth by the American Disabilities Act (ADA). Common accommodations include extended test-taking time.

Our psychological evaluations are conducted with precision, adhering to the highest standards to ensure accurate diagnoses and effective treatment plans. Contact us today to schedule an evaluation or learn more about our services.

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