Psychological assessments provide insights into intelligence, personality, and adaptive functioning, as well as social, emotional, and behavioral factors impacting daily functioning.
Neuropsychological assessments provide information regarding functioning within the following cognitive domains: memory, language, learning, attention and visuospatial and visuoconstructive functioning.
Psychoeducational assessments measure intelligence, academic achievement, processing abilities, and attention, as wells as social, emotional and behavioral factors impacting academics.
Couples and Family Counseling
Couples counseling focuses on the relationship between two individuals with concerns related to conflict, communication, and overall satisfaction.
Family counseling focuses on stabilizing behavior, improving communication, problem-solving, navigating crisis, and enhancing relationships.
One-on-one counseling provided by clinicians trained in multiple therapy models for the treatment of anxiety, depression, and other mental health diagnoses.