Psychological evaluations/testing utilize standardized instruments and procedures to assess an individual's cognitive, academic, social, emotional, personality, and behavioral functioning.
Neuropsychology refers to the study of brain and behavior. These evaluations allow for the assessment of how one's brain functions, yielding information about the functioning of various parts of the brain. It can provide detailed and useful information regarding presenting problems.
Individual, couples, and Family Psychotherapy
Psychotherapy involves the use of various approaches aimed at helping individuals work through difficult experiences. Based on a clinician's individual assessment of the client's needs, suitable approach(es) are identified and implemented.
Group therapy is comprised of a small group of members with one or more therapists facilitating a discussion on a specified topic. There are different types of groups each with unique focuses and goals.