Dr. Carol Chambers offers psychological assessments for treatment planning, to clarify diagnosis, IQ and learning disability assessment, neuropsychological screening in cases of brain injury or dementia and to make vocational recommendations. Her comprehensive approach considers each individual’s unique circumstances and relevant medical, academic and social history. A psychological assessment can assist with any of the following:
Recommendations for treatment planning
Substance abuse assessment
Cognitive assessment including intelligence (IQ) and memory testing
Identifying deficits in social, emotional or behavioral functioning
Neuropsychological screening (in the case of actual or suspected organic causes such as traumatic brain injuries or concussions)
Vocational interest and aptitude screening
Recommendations for beneficial ADA accommodations or therapies (i.e., occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, physical therapy, counseling, or other specialized therapies
Diagnostic psychological evaluations
Academic achievement testing
Learning disability assessment – adults (e.g., accommodations for college students)
General psychopathology assessment
The Assessment Process
Clinical interview: 1-2 hour session with client.
Testing: 1-2 sessions of face-to-face testing with client. Each session is typically 2-3 hours. If possible, initial interview and testing are completed in one session.
Scoring, records review and report writing: 2-4 hours.
Feedback Session: 1 hour feedback session with client or clinician. Test results, and an individualized treatment plan is discussed. A comprehensive psychological assessment report is provided during this session.The time frame for a comprehensive psychological assessment from initial interview to feedback session is typically 2 to 4 weeks depending on the availability of the client.
Contact us to arrange a phone consultation at no charge. Together we will determine what your needs are and how our services can help. Phone: 530 635 1996. Email: email@example.com