Assessments & Reports
Do you want to understand yours or your child’s strengths and difficulties in a certain area?
Whether it be learning, behaviour, adaptive functioning, personality, or other area, we have a suite of psychological assessments that can help you make sense of what is happening and provide recommendations on how to move forward based on what we uncover.
We can provide a range of assessments and reports
Our assessment & report process...
Initially, a clinical interview is arranged to allow the Psychologist to gather background information, understand the reason for the assessment and ascertain the most suitable types of assessments and tests to conduct. This enables reporting to specifically address the key questions and concerns.
At this point we can provide a more acurate quotation for the assessment and report which is tailored to your specific needs. Payment can be made up front or we can arrange a payment plan. Payments can be made in 2 installements (50% upon booking of the formal assessment and testing and 50% at the feedback session) or in multiple installments as each assessment or test is conducted with final payment required prior to production and release of the report.
Formal Assessment & Testing
Once the quotation is accepted by the client, and any third party funding is approved, an appointment will be made for the formal assessment and testing. This may take anywhere from 1-5 hours depending on the assessment and may be broken up into shorter appointments as needed. Clients will be asked to perform a series of tasks, puzzles and/or complete questionnaires as required to help us get a better understanding of the client strenghts and difficulties.
Scoring & Reporting
The Psychologist then scores the test/s, collates the information, and produces a report. This may take up to 2 weeks.
Feedback & Planning
A feedback and planning appointment is made where the psychologist can meet with the client and parents, carers or other stakeholders as needed to explain the results and findings of the assessment. They will discuss any possible diagnosis and/or conclusions the psychologist came to. The psychologist will also make recommendations for any beneficial treatments or next steps and can help plan further support for the client.