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Neuropsychological Testing

We provide comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations that help determine social, emotional, developmental, educational, and other needs. Neuropsychological testing is a valuable tool that can help you gain a deeper understanding of yourself or of a loved one. By embarking on this journey of discovery, we offer insights that can support clients in various aspects of their lives. Whether it's improving academic or professional performance, or simply gaining a better understanding of our strengths, neuropsychological testing can be a powerful tool for personal growth and development.

Our assessments emphasize personal strengths while also exploring limitations. We offer testing for children, adolescents, and adults. Each assessment is personalized to meet the unique needs of the individual being evaluated and answer present concerns.

Our team is well-versed in large library of the most valid neuropsychological testing tools available. We also have extensive knowledge of assessment best practices with various populations (e.g., gifted, bilingual, ASD, ADHD, etc.). Our testing team is able to provide diagnoses, guide you through educational systems (e.g., 504P, IEPs, Headstart, FBA/PBIP process, college accommodations, SAT/ACT accommodations), assist with job placement needs, and offer treatment planning recommendations.

We offer second opinion assessments.
We conduct out of pocket evaluations for social security disability.  
The Process

- Intake

- Record Review

- Testing Session(s)

- Observations

- Interviews

- Follow up as needed

- Feedback Session

- Recommendations

- Written Report

Neurodivergent Affirming






- Other less known syndromes

Areas Assessed

​- Learning Disabilities (Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia) 

- Pre-K readiness evaluation

- Developmental Delays

- ADHD/ADD (hyperactive, inattentive, or combined)

- Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

- Intellectual Disabilities

- Emotional & Behavioral Disorders (e.g., depression, bipolar,

   Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder, Selective Mutism,     

   Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, etc.)

- Other health impairments that impact learning

- Gifted Identification

- Twice Exceptional (2e) 

- Testing accommodations

- Personality 

- Cognitive decline

 - IPN/PRN Evals

- Vocational/Occupational Assessments 

The cost of neuropsychological testing depends on what is administered and the time required to evaluate a client. This cost includes materials and time spent administering, scoring, interpreting, and writing up results. Cost typically ranges from $1650 to $2000+. Our practice can directly bill most insurances. We are also an approved FES provider. We accept HSA/FSA cards. 

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