Specializing in psychological evaluations with children, adolescents, and families in Salem, Oregon
Psychological Evaluation Services
Psychological evaluations use interviews and a wide array of assessment tools to clarify diagnoses, illuminate underlying processes, and guide treatment. In short, psychological evaluations provide a way of answering a psychological question about a person. Some possible questions for psychological testing might include:
What is underlying my child's depression, anxiety, or concerning behaviors?
Does my child have a particular diagnosis (for example, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, bipolar disorder, PTSD, etc.)?
Why do my child and I fight all the time?
How is my divorce impacting my child?
What are my child's thinking strengths and weaknesses?
How can I best support my child as a parent?
How have my child's early experiences impacted them?
What kind of treatment would be most helpful for my child?
How is my unique history impacting me as a parent?
Tim and Ashley work from a unique model called Collaborative/Therapeutic Assessment. In Collaborative/Therapeutic Assessment, the child and family are seen as co-explorers in the assessment process. Learn more about how the Collaborative/Therapeutic Assessment model of psychological evaluation can help your child and family.