Psychological testing isn't like taking a multiple-choice exam that you either pass or fail. Rather, psychologists use information from the various tests and assessments to reach a specific diagnosis and develop a treatment plan.
Psychologists administer tests and assessments for a wide variety of reasons. Children who are experiencing difficulty in school, for example, may undergo aptitude testing or tests for learning disabilities. Tests for skills such as dexterity, reaction time and memory can be useful in diagnosing conditions such as brain injuries or dementia.
We do a full range of neuropsychological assessments. Sample diagnoses include: specific learning disabilities, dysexecutive functioning, intellectual disability or neurocognitive disorder (with or without dementia), autism spectrum disorder, childhood developmental delay, memory disorders, social cognition disorders, aphasia, motoric disorders, visuospatial processing disorders, and personality disorders.
Assessments may include: ADOS, NEPSY, FEAS, Bayley, MMPI, WAIS-IV (IQ), Leiter-3 (nonverbal IQ) and the WIAT-III.
Clients undergo questioning for the history of the problem. Then, after pre-authorization by their insurance, clients undergo an assessment battery that is suited for them. Once the data is evaluated, the client comes in to review the results and recommendations. Cognitive remediation or other treatments can then begin.
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