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  • I specialize in comprehensive psychological assessments that offer an in-depth picture of children's, adolescents' and adults' abilities, including how they apply skills at school and in daily life, and how they navigate their social relationships and emotional experiences.

  • I integrate cognitive, neuropsychological, academic achievement, social-emotional, and developmental testing in my assessments.

  • I address a wide range of challenges, including:

    • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

    • Learning disorders and differences

    • Trauma and other mental health disorders

    • Behavioral adjustment and emotional regulation problems

    • Social difficulties

    • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • I approach the work collaboratively, engaging the youth/adult, parents, and educational and other treatment providers. In the final stages of the assessment, I provide detailed feedback and recommendations to inform treatment, socio-emotional, and educational needs.  ​



Assessment Feedback Story

I can compose an assessment based feedback story for your child to help her/him understand the results. 



How do I prepare my child for the psychological evaluation?

It can be helpful to explain to your child or teen that the assessment will allow her or him to understand more about his/her learning style and how he/she feels and thinks. To be successful at school, at home, or with their friends, it will be helpful for your child to know more about herself or himself. It can be so interesting to know how your brain works!


Psychological assessments are developed based on scientific methods and theories of human development. During the assessment process, various data are integrated in order to develop an understanding of an individual's strengths and weaknesses and to identify a comprehensive treatment approach. These data includes behavioral observations, interviews, background information, and testing results.

The comprehensive assessment aims to: 

  • Provide diagnostic impressions to guide the treatment. 

  • Address concerns about school, learning, managing daily life, social functioning, and mental health symptoms.

  • Provide recommendations for treatment and educational interventions so that you can advocate for your child and ensure that your child gets the help and support needed to feel confident and to reach his or her fullest potential.

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