Is the gathering and integration of data to evaluate a person’s behavior, abilities, and other characteristics, particularly for the purposes of making a diagnosis or treatment recommendation. Psychologists assess diverse psychiatric problems (e.g., anxiety, depression), neurodevelopmental (e.g., autism, attention-deficit), and non-psychiatric concerns (e.g., intelligence, career interests) in a range of settings. Assessment data may be gathered through interviews, observation, standardized tests, self-report measures, and/or physiological or psychophysiological measurement devices.
Psychoeducational evaluation is a process by which a trained professional works with those involved in a child's learning or development to identify the child's strengths and weaknesses . Its goal is to enhance everyone's ability to help the child be as successful as possible.
For children, adolescents, and adults covering areas of focus such as depression, anxiety, executive functioning, life transitions, adjustment difficulties, and impulsivity.
Skills-based groups for children and adolescents. Support groups are starting in May.
Further dates will be posted soon.
Trainings and consultation available for mental health professionals including clinical psychologists, school psychologists, and social workers. Goal setting for small businesses is also offered. CEs will be announced soon.
Counseling can be beneficial to those who are looking to strengthen their own connection with themselves and others in their life. Online sessions are held from the safety of your own home.