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Types of Evaluations Provided

Child and Adolescent Evaluation and Assessment Services

The Clinical and Health Psychology Clinic provides a wide range of evaluation and assessment services for children and adolescents, including comprehensive psychological and neuropsychological assessments, as well as brief intake assessments. Please visit the Child and Adolescent Services page to learn more about the specific types of evaluation and assessment services available for children and adolescents through our clinic.

Intellectual Evaluations (e.g. Learning Disability, Giftedness, etc)

Intellectual testing involves a comprehensive assessment of cognitive strengths and weaknesses. This would include evaluating academic achievement and learning difficulties.

Vocational Evaluations (e.g. Vocational Rehabilitation, etc)

Vocational interest testing is offered for adults with career or job related issues.

Personality Evaluations

Personality testing is used to identify cognitive, behavior and emotional needs or difficulties.

Neuropsychological Evaluations

Neuropsychological testing is used to evaluate behavioral correlates of brain functioning to determine current cognitive abilities or difficulties. Results are commonly used to develop strategies for compensating for any cognitive limitations.