Neuropsychological testing is a way of assessing a person's thinking abilities, behavior, and emotions. It involves a series of dynamic assessments that are designed to measure different aspects of how the brain functions. These tests can help identify any difficulties or strengths a client may have in areas like attention, memory, language, problem-solving, and emotions. Our tests are administered, scored, and interpreted by our competent and highly trained team of Psychologists and Postdoctoral Fellows. Based on the results, the professional can provide recommendations for treatment or support to help you improve your or your child's cognitive and emotional well-being.
Psychoeducational / academic testing is a type of assessment that helps understand a person's learning and educational needs. It involves a series of tests and evaluations to assess an individual's cognitive abilities, academic skills, and emotional well-being. The purpose is to identify any learning disabilities, attention issues, or other factors that may impact a person's educational performance. The results of psychoeducational testing can help guide interventions, accommodations, or support services to optimize learning and academic success.
Psychological / personality testing is a method used to understand a person's unique traits, behaviors, and characteristics. It involves the administration of tests and questionnaires that provide insights into an individual's personality traits, preferences, and tendencies. These tests help professionals assess aspects such as introversion/extroversion, emotional stability, conscientiousness, openness to experiences, and agreeableness. The results of personality testing can provide a better understanding of an individual's personality profile, aiding in diagnosis, self-awareness, career choices, interpersonal relationships, and personal growth.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) testing is a process used to evaluate if an individual has ASD or related developmental differences. It involves a series of assessments and observations conducted by professionals trained in diagnosing ASD. The tests typically examine various aspects of communication, social interactions, behavior patterns, and sensory sensitivities.
The testing process aims to identify specific patterns and characteristics associated with ASD, such as difficulties with social communication, challenges with nonverbal communication cues, repetitive behaviors, and restricted interests. It helps professionals make an accurate diagnosis and determine appropriate interventions and supports for individuals with ASD.