Offering Different Types of Psychological Assessments

There are so many reasons for choosing to undergo a psychological/psychoeducational evaluation. Some clients are trying to gather information; others want an accurate diagnosis, while some are seeking specific recommendations. A comprehensive evaluation includes information gathered through interviews/consultation, behavioral observations, and actual testing results. Depending on the nature of the referral, the assessment may include screeners, diagnostic testing, or a more comprehensive assessment. Most evaluations include a formal report along with a detailed feedback session reviewing the results and recommendations.