A psychoeducational assessment is an individual assessment that involves gathering developmental, family, school, social/emotional, and behavioral history, as well as administering and interpreting norm referenced tests. The goal of a psychoeducational assessment is to identify areas of strength and relative weakness both cognitively and academically, so that these areas can be targeted through intervention and/or additional support. Testing can help to determine for example, a learning disability or area of difficulty.
This may include some or all of the following:
- IQ test
- Achievement test
- Personality test
Once testing is completed, a report will be provided that includes the background information, scores, and recommendations. At this time I am focusing on the assessment of individuals ages 16-adult. I can also provide assessment in the area of career, skills, and interests. Please contact me for more information.