Mental Health Evaluation
ADD & ADHD Evaluation
Evaluations for possible ADHD diagnoses include family and developmental history, questionnaire and computer-based diagnostic tools, and exploration of other possible reasons for the symptoms seen. We attempt to see the problem in multi-dimensional fashion, and coordinate treatment options with family, patient, and any or all other service providers.
Clinicians Offering ADD & ADHD Evaluations
Learning Disability Evaluation
Traditionally, evaluations for learning disabilities include individual history and family history, review of school performance and all prior assessments. Perceptual concerns such as vision and hearing are explored along with standard measures of academic achievement and intellectual ability patterns. Our two goals are to accurately identify all factors that could contribute to any such problem, while maintaining a cost-effective stance. Intervention strategies are shared with family and any other professionals approved by family or client.
Clinicians Learning Disability Evaluations
Clinical Diagnostic Evaluation
Clinical and Diagnostic evaluations are designed to determine if a person is manifesting or experiencing signs or symptoms of a psychological disorder. Included in the assessment is the individual's degree of physical, social, psychological, or cognitive impairment, as well as offering appropriate treatment recommendations that are based on the data generated from the evaluation.
Clinicians Offering Clinical Diagnostic Evaluations
Thomas C. Fuller, PhD
Jenny Schaafsma, PhD
Omar L. Mangrum, EdD
Thomas M. Spahn, EdD
Jeffery T. Kieliszewski, PhD
Robert J. Baird, PhD
Julia Cunningham, PsyD
Amy L. Jarchow, PhD
Neuropsychological evaluations provide a comprehensive assessment of clients whose impairments of cognitive or neuropsychiatric functions are either suspected or evident. Events which may cause cognitive impairment or other neuropsychiatric functions may be a traumatic brain injury, neurological conditions such as a stroke, epilepsy, brain tumors, Alzheimer's, and Parkinson's disease.
A Neuropsych evaluation can assist you in decisions such as independent living, rehabilitation issues, ability to work, and educational planning. Our services are not dependent on those listed here, but are tailored to the needs of our clients.