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Psychological Evaluation

Psychological assessment helps to diagnose conditions such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), among others. It can also be used to assess an individual's cognitive abilities, such as memory, problem-solving skills, and intellectual functioning.  Psychological evaluations encompass a range of scientifically devised tests and procedures evaluating various facets of an individual’s psychological well-being. These include:

  • Interviews: Conversations with the client, caregivers, teachers, and other relevant parties. These interviews enable the observation of social, language, and communication skills.

  • Norm-Referenced Measures: Standardized tests benchmarked against specific demographic groups, facilitating comparisons.

  • Behavioral Observations: Assessment of the client’s behavior during the evaluation and, ideally, in their natural environment.

  • Informal Assessment Procedures: Supplementary information sources like school records, standardized test scores, medical records, questionnaires, and personal documents.

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