Assessments & Reports
Psychological assessments give insight into our strengths and difficulties
We have a suite of psychological assessments that can help make sense of what is happening for a person around learning, behaviour, adaptive functioning and personality.
We then provide recommendations on how to move forward based on what we discover.
We provide a range of psychological assessments and reports
Our Psychological assessments & report process...
Initially, we arranged clinical interviews to allow the psychologist to gather background information, understand the reason for the assessment and ascertain the most suitable types of psychological assessments and tests to conduct. This enables reporting to specifically address the key questions and concerns.
Moreover, to tailor your specific needs, we can provide a more accurate quotation for the psychological assessment and report. We can arrange a payment plan for you, or you can pay upfront. You can make payments in 2 installments (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 client accepts the quotation and the third party approves it, we will then schedule the appointment for the formal psychological assessment and testing. This process may take anywhere from 1 to 5 hours, depending on the assessment, and it may be divided into shorter appointments as needed. To enhance our comprehension of the client’s strengths and difficulties, we will ask the clients to engage in a series of tasks, puzzles, and/or complete questionnaires.
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
During the psychological assessments, psychologists have the ability to provide feedback and schedule appointments. Additionally, they can meet with the client, parents, caregivers, or other stakeholders as necessary to elucidate the assessment’s results and findings. They will engage in discussions about potential diagnoses and conclusions reached by the psychologist. Furthermore, the psychologist will formulate recommendations for advantageous treatments or subsequent actions, and assist in devising additional support strategies for the client.