Psychological Assessments are a process that involves gathering information from multiple sources to determine such elements as normal and abnormal personality, intelligence, interests, psychiatric diagnosis, and cognitive abilities.  

 

Types of Psychological Assessments include:

 

Adult/Adolescent Clinical Assessment

 

  • Educational - Attention Deficit Disorder, learning disabilities including processing, Autism Spectrum Disorders, disruptive behavior, and giftedness.

 

  • Emotional Disturbances - Depression, anxiety, mood disorders, social problems,developmental testing and psychological factors associated with medicalconditions.

 

  • Intellectual and Cognitive Abilities - Executive functioning related to work issues,learning disabilities, mood and adaptation, neuropsychological abilities,psychological and neuropsychological malingering.

 

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Assessment

 

  • Addiction - Drug and alcohol abuse, differential diagnosis with mood disorders.

 

  • Legal issues – DUI, forensic issues due to substance abuse, domestic violence, and elder abuse.

 

Sexual Addiction and Abuse

 

  • Boundary violations - Workplace, professional, age-related, ethical and moralviolations, sexual harassment, problematic sexual behavior, and child offenders.

 

  • Addiction - Internet pornography, multiple encounters, and workplace related issues. 

Psychological Assessments