Psychological evaluations are tailored to your specific referral question. An evaluation can help determine the presence of many disorders including ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
A thorough intake that includes all relevant background information is the most important part of a psychological evaluation. We gather essential information not only from parents and/or guardians, but also from other important sources such as teachers, counselors, and other family members so that we can understand the "big picture." How a child's behaves across different settings is critical information and provides important diagnostic clues.
Questionnaires and other objective measures such as intelligence tests and tests of academic achievement are also important parts of a psychological evaluation. Objective measures are tailored to your specific referral question and are used to gather data that help support information gathered from the clinical interviews.
The final piece of the evaluation process is the psychological report. The report details information gathered for the evaluation and provides a written record of diagnostic impressions and treatment recommendations. The report can be used to communicate the results of the evaluation to other healthcare providers and to school personnel.
Call us at 918-492-2480 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an evaluation.
Talk therapy is available for children, families, and adults. Formats include individual, family, parent training, and group counseling.