Psychological and Psychoeducational Evaluations
At WCPA, we offer a wide range of comprehensive psychological evaluations tailored to fit your individual needs. We serve children, adolescents, adults, and senior adults.
Psychological evaluations typically involve a clinical interview, during which the clinician will obtain a thorough history and determine what type of testing is appropriate. The next step involves psychological testing, which may include cognitive, achievement, emotional, and/or personality testing depending on the presenting problem and referral question. After the evaluation, your clinician will prepare a report summarizing findings, diagnoses, and treatment recommendations, and will meet with you to provide feedback.
Some common types of evaluations offered at WCPA include, but are not limited to:
Diagnostic psychological evaluations help clarify diagnosis and provide recommendations that can aid further treatment planning and implementation. We are able to assess a wide range of challenges, including mood and anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, trauma, developmental disorders such as intellectual disability or autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, and personality disorders.
Psychoeducational evaluations help identify the presence of learning disabilities or other mental health conditions that can impact learning and academic performance. Psychoeducational evaluation may aid in obtaining appropriate educational interventions and/or accommodations for yourself or your child.
Clergy evaluations involve evaluation of individuals considering religious life.
Pre-adoption evaluations involve prospective adoptive parents and help evaluate their emotional stability and parental fitness.
Disability evaluations help identify underlying mental health impairment that may impact a person’s ability to maintain gainful employment and aid in seeking appropriate disability benefits or accommodations.
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