Psychological assessment allows clinicians to make inferences about person’s behavior and their personality. In a short period of time, while using a combination of tools such as interviews, norm-referenced tests, projective tests, and clinical observation, a clinician is provided with a wealth of information about their clients. The clinician is thus able to determine both strengths and weaknesses of a person. Based on this information, a clinician creates a plan to help an individual take advantage of their strengths and improve area(s) that are considered to be difficult for him or her.
We provide Diagnostic & Vocational Assessment but we do not provide assessments for forensic, worker’s compensation, disability, or educational assessments (e.g. IEP or accommodation evaluations).