Psychological Testing is an important way to learn about an individual’s strengths and weaknesses. Testing helps us to identify underlying issues, to craft sophisticated interventions, and to monitor progress over time.
We assess children, adolescents, and adults. Using state-of-the-art, empirically validated, norm-referenced tests, we investigate all of the major psychological dimensions, including cognitive functioning, academic achievement, attention/executive functioning, memory, visual-motor function, social cognition (and skills), and personality functioning.
Testing includes an intake interview, approximately six hours of face-to-face testing with the examinee, and a two-hour feedback session. Test reports are written within two weeks of the last date of testing.
Academic Placement (Private School and Pre-College Evaluations)
Anxiety Disorders (GAD, OCD, Phobias, PTSD, etc.)
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Executive Functioning
Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Cognitive Deficits (Verbal, Non-Verbal, Working Memory, and Processing Speed)
Learning Disabilities (Reading, Mathematics, Writing, and Oral Language)
Mood Disorders (Depression and Bipolarity)
Serious Mental Illness
Test Anxiety and Underperformance
Vocational Interest and Aptitude