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Experienced clinicians, graduates seeking licensure, and supervised advanced graduate students provide evidence-based diagnostic evaluations and intervention services for a variety of common and specialized childhood conditions including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, Intellectual Disability, Adjustment and other diagnoses.


  • Psychological assessment/evaluation and testing for children and adolescents
  • Psychoeducational assessment
  • Specialized evaluations for children with Autism Spectrum or Attention Disorders
  • Behavioral Health/Therapeutic interventions including Parent Child Interaction Therapy, Individual Counseling, and Group Counseling
  • Consultation
  • Social Work services
  • Prevention Resource Development
  • Parenting Classes

What is a Psychological Assessment/Evaluation?

Psychological evaluation includes several components, interviews, observations, and psychological tests. Psychological testing is somewhat like medical testing. If a medical patient has symptoms, a physician may order blood tests or X-rays to determine the diagnosis and develop a treatment. Psychological tests are similar in that they help the psychologist to measure and observe behavior to identify a diagnosis which helps to guide treatment.