A clear diagnosis provides clinicians with clear treatment directions. Psychological screening and assessment is an in-depth look at what might be affecting one’s wellbeing.
Our skilled doctoral-level providers administer a wide range of psychological assessments. They can assist you and your treatment team better understand the underlying factors that stall one’s development and functioning. We also provide information about one’s strengths and potentials.
We use standardized assessment tools and ensure the quality of care for each individual.
We provide individualized recommendations, which may include additional medical or neuropsychological testing, specific treatment modalities, or accommodations at school.
Neurodevelopmental screening for children birth to three years.
Cognitive baseline for children and adults, as well as autism spectrum assessments
Concerns about Attention. Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Mental Health diagnoses like Anxiety, Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress, and behavioral disorders.
Please note, this process may look different based on your individual needs
Initial meeting to collect relevant background, which typically lasts an hour
Additional records may be requested from your school, physician, therapist, or other members of your treatment team
Depending on your insurance, it may take several weeks to approve the psychological assessment
The length of the psychological assessment session may depend on the questions that need to be answered. Your clinician will discuss with you the specifics of the time needed for testing
A meeting with a clinician is set several weeks later to go over the results of the evaluation and appropriate recommendations
Family Innovations is now offering
We offer medication management at multiple locations throughout
Minnesota and Western Wisconsin