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Our Evaluations

We offer a range of evaluation options to address your concerns.  In specific situations, the scope of testing can be modified and narrowed.  Upon intake, we will discuss your referral concerns and review which options will best suit your needs.


Includes cognitive, academic achievement,  attention, executive functioning, and emotional assessment measures.  

Appropriate when there are questions about a possible learning disorder or attention disorder.  This type of evaluation can also help us better understand the impact of emotional distress on academic performance/learning.


Includes cognitive, language, adaptive,  academic achievement, attention, executive functioning, and social-emotional assessment measures


Appropriate when there are questions about social skills and/or autism spectrum disorder. This evaluation will also help us better understand other areas that may be associated with autism.

Adult ADHD Evaluation

Includes  cognitive, attention, executive functioning and emotional measures.


Best suited for young adults who are concerned about attention and concentration, and who have questions about ADHD.

Admissions Evaluation

Includes a comprehensive measure of cognitive ability.  


Best suited for families considering independent school placement and/or gifted programming.

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Our Process

Most of our evaluations include the following:

  • Initial Interview: We will meet with you to discuss your needs and review information relevant to your referral concern(s). 

  • Testing Session(s): Assessment of cognitive abilities, academic skills, attention/executive functioning, and social/emotional/behavioral functioning. Our psychologists complete all testing with our clients, allowing for deeper understanding of our clients, their strengths, and their needs..  

  • Consultation & Record Review: As necessary, we will consult with outside treatment providers and/or teachers in order to obtain information. For individuals with prior testing experience, we will review and incorporate previous results for the purpose of providing conclusions and recommendations.

  • Diagnostic Report & Feedback: We will provide a comprehensive report that holistically summarizes your presenting concerns, strengths, past/current test results, diagnostic impressions, and recommendations. We will then review findings and recommendations during your feedback meeting. 

  • Post-Feedback Follow-Up: Approximately 30-60 days following the completion of your evaluation, we will follow up with you, as desired. At that time, we will review any additional questions you may have, address ongoing needs/concerns, and ensure that you have the resources necessary in order to manage your needs.


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Please note: We do not currently provide evaluations for individuals seeking assessment for parental custody, social security disability qualification, rare genetic conditions, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, or severe behavioral issues that otherwise prevent the examiner from providing psychological assessment.

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