BPW Assessment and Consultation Services provide psychological assessments for children, adolescents, and adults struggling with a wide range of socio-emotional, behavioral, cognitive, and/or learning challenges. Evaluations can inform the diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders related to, for example, ADHD, learning disabilities, cognitive impairment, mood, and personality. Our psychologists will provide diagnostic clarity and treatment recommendations through observations, clinical interviews, record review, collateral information gathering, and psychological testing.
The amount of time an evaluation takes varies greatly based on one’s presenting concerns and the extent of testing required. A psychologist will provide a 1-hour initial clinical interview to gather background information and learn more about the presenting problems. Subsequently, a testing protocol will be recommended to assess the presenting concern further. Once testing has been completed and all collateral information reviewed, the psychologist will write a full psychological report explaining the findings and providing treatment recommendations.
All evaluations will include a clinical interview, psychological testing, record review, test scoring and interpretation, report writing (including a report for the client), and a feedback session.
This evaluation will include a clinical interview and numerous testing measures to assess for the presence of psychiatric disorders, including ADHD. A psychologist will create an individualized testing protocol based on the information gathered about the client’s history and current struggles. This testing data and other information gathered will help provide accurate diagnoses and data-driven, evidence-based, and personalized recommendations for the client and their treatment providers.
Psychoeducational testing and psychological evaluations for children and adolescents assess their cognitive, academic, and socio-emotional functioning to understand their intellectual, academic, and neuropsychological abilities. These evaluations are often sought to diagnose ADHD, learning disorders, intellectual disabilities, depression, anxiety, and behavioral concerns impacting school and home success.
Before having bariatric surgery, the surgeon will require an in-depth evaluation to determine the client’s psychological readiness for surgery. These evaluations assess the psychological and behavioral contributors to obesity and determine any barriers to post-surgical success. This evaluation consists of a clinical interview by a psychologist and various testing measures.
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