Child psychological services
A psychologist evaluates learning and behavior. The assessment may include interviews, observation, testing and consultation with other professionals involved in your child’s care. The assessment covers many skill areas, such as general intellectual level, language, memory and learning, problem solving, planning and organization, fine motor skills, visual spatial skills, and academic skills (reading, math, spelling and writing). It also includes an examination of behavior and emotions. The psychologist also assess the intellectual ability (IQ), academic potential, developmental disorders (e.g., autism), and behavioral and emotional functioning of the child.
- Developmental Assessments
- Intellectual Ability Assessment (IQ Assessment)
- Psycho -Educational Assessments
- Behavioral Assessment
- Personality Assessments
- Vocational Assessments