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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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
 

I specialize in autism assessment only, and do not do other psychological evaluations. As a board certified behavior analyst and autism assessor I conduct assessments focused on behaviors associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to document how those observed and reported behaviors meet (or do not meet) diagnostic criteria for ASD. I provide a comprehensive, in-depth written report of all assessment findings and present the report in person to answer any questions about the results.

— Wendela Marsh, Counselor in Salem, OR

I provide cognitive (IQ), academic testing, and personality assessments . I also conduct neuropsychological screenings (to help determine if a more thorough assessment is needed).

— Bianca Jones, Psychologist in Houston, TX
 

Autism Specific Evaluations Learning / Academic Evaluations Neuropsychological Evaluations Psychological Evaluations

— Rachel Oppenheimer, Psychologist in Plano, TX

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