Psychological Assessment

A comprehensive psychological assessment can lead to a deeper understanding of many areas of a person or child. This information can be used to identify the specific areas a person may need support in and can reveal helpful ways of addressing those needs.

A psychological assessment can identify

  • Cognitive Functioning (Memory, Processing Speed, etc.)
  • Intelligence
  • Academic Achievement
  • Social Development
  • Emotional Processes
  • Personality Functioning

Psychological assessments are commonly used in personal injury situations, academic settings, brain injury situations, and in divorce cases.