A psychological assessment is typically requested by adults to measure their intellectual, emotional, learning, and behavioural functioning. Whether you are a student or a working professional, this assessment can give you a valuable insight into your self and your mind.
Adults typically will refer themselves, or will be referred from their college or workplace, for assessment for the following issues:
A psychological assessment is typically carried out over a few weeks.
Alternatively, you may wish to try our Mental Wellbeing Checkup service. This is a quick and easy way to get an expert opinion on the state of your mental wellbeing, and to identify any stressors that may negatively impact your wellbeing in the future.
Our fees vary according to the assessments provided.
One of our doctoral-level clinical psychologists will conduct the psychological assessment, write the report, and give feedback and recommendations. They have specialist training in conducting and interpreting assessments, differential diagnosis, and neuropsychological etiology.
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