Adults (18+ years)
The PSRC offers comprehensive psychological and neuropsychological assessments for students and members of the community who are 18 years of age and older.
Assessments may include:
- psychological testing (intelligence, memory, emotional, and projective testing),
- neuropsychological testing, and
- testing for learning disabilities, and/or
- attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
We also sometimes consult with parents and schools about educational accommodations and coping with academic difficulties.
Comprehensive psychodiagnostic assessments consist of in-person interviews and self-report rating scales that inquire about the individual’s current emotional and psychological functioning. Based on the findings, a diagnosis may be made and treatment recommendations are provided. Assessment findings and recommendations are presented in-person at scheduled feedback sessions where clients are provided with a detailed report summarizing the findings.
Comprehensive neuropsychological assessments consist of in-person interviews, rating scales, and tests examining a variety of abilities and issues. These may include emotional functioning, memory, attention, reasoning, verbal skills, developmental levels, visual-spatial skills, and academic skills. These measures and methods are used to clarify the diagnosis and current level of functioning. Based on the findings, recommendations pertaining to school, work, and/or daily functioning are made. Assessment findings and recommendations are presented in-person at scheduled feedback sessions where clients are provided with a detailed report summarizing the findings.
Children and Adolescents (6 to 17 years)
The PSRC offers comprehensive psychological, psychoeducational, and neuropsychological assessments for children and adolescents covering a wide range of concerns ranging from Autism Spectrum Disorder, Learning Disorders, and Attention Deficit & Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) evaluations. We also provide assessments for mood and anxiety disorders. Comprehensive assessments assist with diagnostic clarification, treatment recommendations and educational accommodations.
Our comprehensive multimethod assessments include thorough in-person interviews, self-report and observer-report rating scales, and standardized cognitive tests. Based on the findings of the assessment, we provide recommendations for helping clients manage their difficulties. Assessment results are provided in-person in a scheduled feedback session and clients are provided with a detailed report summarizing the findings.
Psychological assessment services are offered on a fee-for-service basis to students and staff members at the University and to members of the community. There is a sliding fee scale available to qualified individuals and families. For more information, please contact The House on Riverside at 519-973-7012.
All clients are charged a $10 fee for cancelled appointments if 24 hours notice is not given. If a client misses two appointments without explanation, it will be assumed that service is no longer required.