We use a broad range of cognitive and neuropsychological tests to evaluate abilities important to learning and daily functioning across the age span. These include: higher reasoning, language skills, auditory and visual processing, visual-motor skill, memory, attention and executive functioning.
Our psychologists and diagnosticians have experience consulting in schools. We use formal and informal achievement testing in combination with cognitive and neuropsychological assessment to clarify the nature of problems with learning.
Our psychologists use interviews, questionnaires and projective techniques to better understand a client’s emotional functioning and personality when there are concerns about social-emotional factors.
We work with parents and preschool teachers to design evaluations to answer questions about social-emotional, cognitive and neuropsychological development in young children.