Psychological Testing

Psychological Test

One of the most personalized services available in healthcare, psychological testing answers questions about a child’s intellectual, cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and interpersonal modus operandi. It provides in-depth answers to clarify diagnoses and provide treatment recommendations.

Common questions answered for each evaluation are listed below:

  • Is my child intellectually gifted?
  • Does my child meet criteria for elite schools?
  • Does my child have ADHD?
  • What are my child’s ADHD strengths?
  • What strategies can be used to help with ADHD liabilities?
  • Does my child meet criteria to enter kindergarten early?
  • Is my child intellectually gifted?
  • What is the age equivalent of my child’s visual-motor skills?
  • What is the age equivalent of my child’s social-emotional development?
  • Does my child have a learning disability?
  • Why is my child doing poorly in school?
  • How can parents and teachers optimize my child’s learning?
  • Is my child a visual learner, an auditory learner, or a hands-on learner?
  • Are my child’s social, emotional, or academic problems related to developmental delays? If so, how can we help at school and at home?
  • Does my child have: Bipolar Disorder? Depression? Behavior Disorder? Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? Anxiety Disorder? Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • My child has a lot going on; what is the CORRECT diagnosis?
  • What are my child’s personal strengths?
  • What treatments and in-home, at-school strategies are recommended?
  • Are medications or other health interventions advisable?