Psychological services include psychological evaluation and psychotherapy. We know they both sound overwhelming, but they are both part of pathways to feeling better.
A psychological evaluation is basically a multi-step process to help determine the problem and ways to solve it (aka-a course of treatment.) They can address everything from mental health and academic concerns to developmental concerns.
This is a three-step appointment process. First, the psychologist reviews the person’s history and current concerns. Then, tests are chosen and administered. Lastly, the psychologist has a feedback session with the individual or parent where they discuss their conclusions and make recommendations.
Psychological Services includes:
- Academic Skills Assessment
- ADHD Testing (Adult & Child)
- Anxiety Evaluation
- Autism Evaluation
- Behavioral Assessment
- Bi-Polar Evaluation
- Depression Evaluation
- Developmental Assessment
- Dysgraphia Evaluation
- Dyslexia Testing
- Gastric Sleeve/Bariatric Screening
- Gifted Evaluation
- IQ Testing
- Learning Disability Evaluation
- OCD Testing
- Personality Assessment
- Psycho Educational Evaluation
- PTSD/Trauma Evaluation
- Sensory Evaluation
Psychotherapy is when a psychologist or counselor works with an individual to address emotional or behavioral issues in that person’s daily life. Psychotherapy can look different depending on the patient’s circumstances and functioning level. The psychologist or counselor will work with the individual or family to determine the best course of treatment to help them reach their goals.
Please see the counseling section for a list of counseling services we offer.
Providers: Dr. Melanie Cotter; Dr. Fred George; Dr. Cameron Powe; Dr. Brent Tucker
Testing: Debbie Casey, Karla Good