PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES FOR ADULTS
Having trouble focusing? Do you try to concentrate at work or school but find yourself completely derailed by the slightest distraction? Are your grades or work performance suffering? Even if you believe you have all the symptoms of ADHD, you should get tested, because there are many other disorders and other explanations for ADHD-like symptoms.
Are you troubled by emotions or behaviors that don't seem normal? We evaluate adults for many problems, such as Bipolar Disorder, Asperger's Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, and Schizophrenia.
TESTING & ASSESSMENT
We use only evidence-based assessment methods and psychological tests and will provide you not only with a diagnosis, but a plan for treating it so you can get back to feeling like yourself.
Our mental health counselors use evidence-based psychotherapy techniques, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy to help you better define your problem or symptoms, formulate an action plan, and make positive changes in your life. This may involve working through your feelings, changing some of your behaviors, and changing the way you think about things. Please look at our clinicians' bios here (click on each therapist to read more about them) to determine which of them you might like to meet.
Are you or a loved one experiencing confusion or memory problems? We conduct neuropsychological evaluations to diagnose cognitive impairment, memory problems, executive functioning deficits, and other neuropsychologial symptoms.
Learning Disability, IQ Evaluations, and Achievement Testing for Adults
These are collectively known as psychoeducational evaluations. If you feel that you may have a learning disability, we can help you find out. We also conduct IQ testing for giftedness, mental retardation, and even Mensa qualification. Achievement testing can tell you on what grade level you are currently performing. We use only norm-referenced, widely accepted psychological tests. Note that health insurance companies may not cover psychoeducational testing.