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Psychodiagnostic
Personality/Emotional
Cognitive and/or Memory
ADHD/ADD

Pre-Employment









 


 

Private Party (Self/Family)
School
Private Attorney
Public Interest Attorney










 


 


Sexual Risk (Adolescent & Adult)
Violence Risk (Adolescent & Adult)
Parenting
Personal/Psychological Injury









 

Psychological Testing

Referral Sources

Types of Assessment


 

Department of Corrections
Criminal, Civil, & Family Court
Division Of Juvenile Services
Social Service Agency
Employing Agency









 

Psychological assessment can provide valuable information for clinical and legal purposes. Assessment components will vary and are selected by the psychologist and based on the referral question(s). As such, the cost and time commitment involved are specific to the client's needs. The psychologist may collect various forms of data for the assessment including, but not limited to norm-referenced psychological tests, clinical and collateral interview information, observational data, and school, legal, medical, and/or behavioral health records.