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Psychological Testing

When a psychological-based condition needs to be clarified, a psychological test is often used.  A typical evaluation starts with a clinical interview with a licensed professional.  This is then followed by a series of tests, which are tailored to the individual's needs.  Depending on the patient, tests can take anywhere from 2-6 hours. In the weeks following the test, a report is provided that explains the findings of the evaluation.

Common Reasons for a Psychological Test:

  • To determine cognitive and psychological effects following a head trauma, stroke or seizure
  • To obtain a determination of disability following an injury
  • To confirm a diagnosis for conditions such as ADHD or a learning disability

Outpatient Therapy and Counseling

Through the use of various psychotherapy methods and collaborative treatment measures, our patients develop life-changing habits to help them cope with any of life’s various obstacles. Our therapy sessions are designed to dissect personal issues and provide patients with effective tools to help them see the glass as half full.

Common reasons for participating in outpatient therapy and counseling:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • PTSD

  • Substance Abuse

  • Anger Management

  • Grief Counseling

  • Chronic Pain Management

Pre-Surgical Evaluations

Before individuals undergo certain surgical procedures, their physician may order a pre-surgical psychological evaluation. Studies have shown more successful outcomes for these procedures after a pre-surgical evaluation has been performed.

Common procedures that will utilize a pre-surgical evaluation include spinal cord stimulator implants, pain pump implants and bariatric surgery.These evaluations last roughly 90 minutes and will focus on an individual’s understanding of the procedure. The evaluation includes a psychological interview and paper and pencil test. A determination will be made on an individual’s appropriateness for participating in the procedure.

Autism Spectrum Disorder Evaluation

When physicians, parents, teachers, and others are concerned about developmental delays of a child, they may request a psychological evaluation for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  Our licensed professionals have the ability to screen for and diagnose Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Some signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder include:​​
  • Avoiding eye contact
  • Limited use of language
  • Showing little interest in other children and/or caregivers
  • Minor changes in routine causing agitation
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