Psychological Evaluations and Therapy

Children Adolescents Adults

Adjustment Disorders
Developmental Delays
Anxiety Disorders
Intellectual Functioning
Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Marriage/Family Problems
Mood Disorders
Academic Struggles
Personality Disorders
Adaptive Function
Sleep Disorders
Behavior Problems
Stress Disorders
Bipolar Disorders

The initial interview is a time to listen to your presenting concerns. From this point we begin the clinical interview where you provide important information that helps determine the course of evaluation and treatment.  Psychological evaluations often include assessment instruments you complete in the office, at home, or online, depending on the areas of concern. After these instruments have been returned, scored, and interpreted, a report is written. A follow-up session is scheduled to go over the results of the evaluation, answer questions, and discuss appropriate treatment options.