Psychological Evaluations

Evaluation Specialty Areas

  1. Evaluations of attention deficit disorder in children, adolescents, and adults.
  2. Evaluations of attention deficit disorder in children and adolescents to obtain accommodations in the classroom, such as a 504 plan, and to assist with the development of a 504 plan.
  3. Evaluations to obtain accommodations in college due to attention deficit disorder, learning disabilities, and anxiety disorders.
  4. Psychological and vocational evaluations of adolescents and adults to assist with educational and vocational planning, including identifying patterns of academic strengths, vocational aptitudes, career interests, and personality characteristics.
  5. Psychological evaluations for diagnostic clarification and to assist with treatment planning.
  6. Evaluation of autistic spectrum disorders, including Asperger’s disorder.
  7. Psychological evaluations to obtain Wraparound services, such as services of a therapeutic staff support, behavioral specialist consultant, or mobile therapist in the home, school, and community settings.
  8. Psychological evaluations to determine the necessity for placement in a residential treatment program.
  9. Neuropsychological evaluations for assessment of perceptual-motor, cognitive, and memory impairment.
  10. Neuropsychological evaluations to assess cognitive recovery in persons who have had traumatic brain injury and to assess geriatric patients who have shown signs of possible dementia.
  11. Psychological evaluations of adults to assist with disability determination for social security disability.
  12. Psychological evaluations of adults who have had physical injuries and chronic pain to assist them with vocational rehabilitation, to assist them with psychological adjustment to their physical limitations, and to assist them with pain management.
  13. Forensic vocational and economic loss evaluations to determine employ-ability and losses in future earning capacity for persons who have suffered injuries that affect vocational capabilities.
  14. Forensic vocational evaluations for use at equitable distribution hearings for persons involved in divorce to determine the spouse’s present earning capacity and to determine whether the spouse can achieve an increased earning capacity with further education or with vocational retraining.
  15. Forensic psychological evaluations to assess the presence and severity of a depressive disorder and of an anxiety disorder for persons who have suffered an injury affecting major life activities and to estimate the projected costs of future psychotherapy treatment.
  16. Court ordered psychological evaluations to determine the presence and severity of a psychological disorder that may affect behavior and that potentially could be a risk factor for recurring offenses and to determine the necessity for psychotherapy treatment for persons referred by juvenile probation or by adult probation.