Psychological Testing and Evaluation

Psychological testing and evaluation, sometimes called psychological assessment, involves a series of tests that help a qualified therapist determine the cause of mental health symptoms. The goal of this type of testing is to identify the correct diagnosis and provide the appropriate treatment. The underlying cause of the problems someone is facing isn't always clear and tests can help provide clarity for a wide variety of issues. For example, if a child is struggling in school, they may undergo tests for learning disabilities. Evaluations can also help identify things like personality traits, anger management issues, anxiety, depression, interpersonal skills, memory, ADHD and more. If you are interested in psychological tests and evaluation, contact one of TherapyDen’s experts today.

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We specialized in neuropsychological evaluations for individuals with neurological conditions, neurodevelopmental delays, learning impairments, age related neurocognitive decline, among other neurodiversities. We also provide memory assessment, intellectual assessment, psychodiagnostics evaluations, psychoeducational evaluations, evaluations for pain management, evaluations for bariatric clearance, vocational consultation, among others.

— Dr. Melisa Flores, Clinical Psychologist in Orlando, FL

I do have all the necessary assessment to back up the process. I also do understand that some of us need more than narrative to be on board and i am well trained in administering a wide range of evaluation to justify my decision.

— Christian Longue, Counselor in Austin, TX

Every new client begins with psychological evaluation. This first session is important to open up the possibility of determining the main area for psychotherapy and in allowing each client to give details (in their own words) on topics that are integral for treatment. With an assessment as the starting point, small/short-term (and sometimes larger/long-term) goals are established. A small goal, along with detailed information, opens the door to effective mental health treatment.

— Robert Oaks, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Columbus, OH

Administration of intelligence, personality, projective, neuropsychological, achievement, and vocational assessments. Areas of assessment include diagnosis (DSM), prescreening for hospitalization, surgical procedure, mental status screens, parenting, disability, competency, forensic, court evaluations.

— Peter O'Donnell, Psychologist in State College, PA

Work in the area of sexual risk management is most effective when it is guided by evidence-based psychological assessments. I am trained in a number of assessment tools that will help us to build an individualized treatment plan to guide our work together. This information can be used to develop strategies for our work or to educate treatment teams (ie. Probation/Parole/Courts) in building effective supervision and treatment plans.

— Brian Finnerty, Licensed Professional Counselor in Collingswood, NJ

Often the symptoms of a psychological disorder are obvious, such as when a child experiences academic and social problems at school, or an adult struggles to maintain personal and professional relationships due to anger issues, but the cause of the problem is not always clear. Psychological testing and evaluation consists of a series of tests that help determine the cause of psychological symptoms and disorders, to determine the correct diagnosis and follow up with the appropriate treatment.

— Jacqueline Santana Sparber, Psychologist in Homestead, FL

Administration of intelligence, personality, projective, neuropsychological, achievement, and vocational assessments.

— Peter O'Donnell, Psychologist in State College, PA

I provide assessment and evaluation services for a wide variety of concerns in children and adolescents including autism, anxiety, depression, cognitive ability, and learning difficulties. I use a collaborative assessment model to help parents better communicate with and understand their children, and to help children and adolescents better understand themselves.

— Annie Holleman, Psychologist in Austin, TX

A neuropsychological assessment is a specialty exam that tests a person's thinking skills such as attention, memory, processing speed, and executive function. After thorough medical record review, in person interview and testing, I will provide you results about current cognitive skills and possible diagnoses.

— Kristen Wortman, Clinical Psychologist in Lafayette, CA

I have experience working as a psychometrist at a rehabilitation hospital where I administered neuropsychological testing.

— Jennifer Forster, Counselor in West Linn, OR

If you or a family member has been referred for psychological testing, you probably have some questions about what to expect. Or you may have heard about psychological testing and wonder if you or a family member should be tested. In many ways, psychological testing is similar to medical testing. The results of the tests will help inform develop a treatment plan. Psychological evaluations serve the same purpose. Psychologists use tests and other assessment tools to measure and observe a client’s

— Shawn Hales, Psychologist in Towson, MD

Dr. Perle is a neuropsychologist, specializing in the assessment and diagnosis of cognitive difficulties. Common referral reasons include ADHD, learning disorders, concussion, traumatic brain injury, stroke, dementia, and emotional concerns such as depression and anxiety. She has experience providing assessments in a wide variety of settings to individuals across the lifespan.

— Alexandria Perle, Clinical Psychologist in Wheaton, IL

I love assessment. I believe that a strong understanding of clinical issues contributes to more effective treatment. After my doctoral training I completed a postdoctoral fellowship with strong additional training in assessment and then went on to work as a Director of Training and Psychological Testing Services in a community health center. I am experienced in evaluations for intellectual ability, learning issues and disorders, memory, attention, personality, and diagnostic clarification.

— Leslie Crea-Kammerer, Clinical Psychologist in Chicago, IL

Comprehensive evaluations are carried out for a range of reasons. These may include providing diagnostic clarification for various conditions including ADHD, learning disabilities, or mood disorders. They may be used to provide various treatment recommendations. Assessments are also used in providing treatment recommendations or identifying appropriate accommodations for work or school.

— Brian Benjamin, Clinical Psychologist in Pasadena, CA

I conduct sexual and general risk evaluations for those in trouble with the law around their sexual behavior. I am CASOMB certified and I am an internationally certified trainer/instructor for the STABLE-2007, a tool examining risk for re-offense.

— Kate Sutton, Psychologist in Campbell, CA

I assess for lapses in verbal behavior, adaptive, and communication skills using such assessments as the VB-MAPP, ABLLS-R, and AFLS.

— Madeline Frank, Board Certified Behavior Analyst in Seattle, WA

When you are unsure what your child is dealing with, psychological testing may be helpful. Testing can help us understand your child's strengths as well as areas that need support. This could include be concerns about a learning disorder, attention difficulties (ADHD), or understanding if they are struggling with depression, anxiety, or other issues. Testing can also help you and your child understand their personality and provides recommendations about how to best support them.

— Heather Chamberlain, Clinical Psychologist in San Rafael, CA

​My assessment process is intentionally collaborative - your questions and your child’s unique needs are considered every step of the way. I use neuropsychological, personality, socioemotional, behavioral, academic, and cognitive measures, and produce a written report that is yours to keep. I provide you and your child with therapeutic feedback, and can help advocate for your child’s needs.

— Elena Baikova, Clinical Psychologist in Alameda, CA

I provide comprehensive educational evaluations and provide families with a report outlining your child's learning strengths and areas of needs along with recommendations for strategies.

— Jenny Ponzuric, Educational Psychologist in Woodland Hills, CA

I specialize in Neuropsychological Testing for ADHD, Developmental Disorders, Impulse Control Disorders, Alzheimer's, Intellectual Disabilities, and Language Disorders.

— Sarah Borish, Psychologist in Berkeley, CA

At Summit we specialize in comprehensive Neuroeducational Evaluations that are developed through meaningful and targeted assessment and consultation. All psychologists at Summit are dual licensed clinical psychologists and school psychologists who specialize in evaluating and supporting school aged children. Our philosophy is to rule out differential diagnoses, identify an individual’s strengths and areas of need and consult with parents to help them best advocate for their child.

— Summit Psychological Assessment & Consultation, Educational Psychologist in COLORADO SPRINGS, CO

Autism Specific Evaluations Learning / Academic Evaluations Neuropsychological Evaluations Psychological Evaluations

— Rachel Oppenheimer, Psychologist in Plano, TX

-Spinal Cord Stimulator Implant Pre-Surgical Psychological Evaluation -Psychological Testing for Evaluation of Adult / Geriatric Decision-Making Capacity -Neuropsycholocial Screening -Psychological Evaluation and Treatment for Gender Transition / Transgender Surgery -Psychological Evaluation and Testing for Complex Diagnostic Clarification (including Personality "Disorders")

— Joe Paciarelli, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist in Greenville, SC

You aren't sure if you need therapy but you have some big questions about yourself. If you are wondering if something is wrong with you, or just the world you live in, an evaluation can get you answers. But you don't feel comfortable spilling your guts to a stranger and are worried about what judgement you might have to deal with. I make evaluation a therapeutic process - where you feel completely understood and definitely not judged. Let's look at the big picture together and get some answers!

— Megan Carney, Psychologist in Meridian, ID

Testing services include ADHD, Developmental Evaluations, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Learning Disorders, Mood & Personality Disorders; pre-/post-employment evaluations for law enforcement candidates; fit-for-duty assessments; pre-surgical evaluations; TPAPN evaluations; Substance Use; and other comprehensive assessments.

— Amanda Sharp, Psychologist in San Antonio, TX

I provide comprehensive neuropsychological and psychoeducational evaluations for children aged 3 through young adult to assist with diagnosis of ADHD, Autism/Asperger's, Traumatic Brain Injury/concussion, or Specific Learning Disabilities. I also consult with families and schools to assist with accessing special education services or educational acccommodations.

— Jennifer Larson, Clinical Psychologist in Raleigh, NC

I’ve completed three post-doctoral fellowships-one in forensics, one in neuropsychology, and one in medical psychology. I can test from preterm birth to age 74. I provide testing for accommodations, disability, immigration, and personal injury, in addition to general psychological, personality, and cognitive/intellectual evaluations.

— Margaret Donohue, Psychologist in Glendale, CA