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  • Psychological Assessment

  • Neuropsychological Assessment

  • Psychoeducational Evaluation

  • Learning Disorders, Dyslexia, etc.

  • Autism Evaluation

  • Pre-Adoption/Surrogate Evaluations

  • Pre-Surgical Evaluations

  • Intellectual Functioning/Cognitive Functioning

  • Hardship Evaluations

  • Consultation

  • Group and Individual Therapy

  • Grief and Loss Therapy

  • Depression & Anxiety

  • Panic Disorder

  • Trauma

  • ADHD

  • EMDR Therapy​


Neuropsychological testing involves the comprehensive evaluation of cognitive processes, developmental, biological, and environmental factors to develop an understanding of brain functioning and to better understand how these factors may be contributing to presenting symptoms and/or behaviors. Neuropsychological testing assesses social skills development, memory, attention, concentration, executive functioning, cognitive flexibility, sensory development/integration, language, reading, quantitative reasoning, auditory and visual processing. 


Culturally Informed Neuropsychological Evaluation involves the consideration of culture, ethnicity, race, social-economic status, and language development in the context of bilingualism in neuropsychological assessment. Comprehensive assessment is essential in achieving diagnostic clarity and in avoiding misdiagnosing, particularly with children, given many disorders may present with overlapping symptoms. In other words, several disorders share many of the same symptoms which, without proper evaluation, may result in an inaccurate diagnosis. 



Testing is initiated by first completing a clinical interview and reviewing the developmental history form completed prior to the appointment. While the duration of this appointment may vary by case, clinical interview appointments are typically a one-hour appointment. This is followed the testing appointment in which the actual testing is completed. Face to face testing time can vary by case, age, and referral questions. However, comprehensive assessment is usually between a four to seven-hour process. Of note, this can also vary depending on the case, age, and at times be completed over several testing days. After testing, scoring, interpretation, and report writing occur (about a 6 hour+ process). After the report is completed (completion time can vary based on multiple factors), you will have a feedback session in which the psychologist explains the results and reviews recommendations for treatment. 


Psychological testing can be helpful in achieving diagnostic clarify, also referred to differential diagnosis. It can be used to rule out or confirm diagnosis and to assess behavior, personality traits, mood, emotional functioning, and cognitive processes (IQ). The evaluation process is similar to neuropsychological evaluation, but may be less comprehensive and time consuming. Unlike neuropsychological evaluation, referrals for psychological testing do not usually involve factors such as genetic conditions, TBI, developmental problems, or other organic conditions that may impact psychological functioning. 


Psychoeducational evaluations involve the assessment of both intellectual functioning and academic achievement. Referral questions for these evaluations explore learning disorders, dyslexia, phonological processing problems, specific learning disorders in reading, reading comprehension, in addition to learning, memory, and attentional functioning. 


Family members, US Citizens (USC) or Legal Permanent Residents (LPR) of individuals facing deportation can experience significant psychological distress and hardship. A hardship evaluation can assist in assessing the current and potential hardship of a USC or LPR. These evaluations are not considered medically necessary, and as such, are not covered by insurance. 



Psychotherapy can be essential in assisting your clients to get back to their daily routines after a traumatic event or accident results in impairment in their social, emotional, and/or occupational functioning. We provide evidence-based treatment using best practice methods. Psychotherapy areas we specialize in include:  

  • Sexual Abuse and Assault

  • Trauma, including intergenerational, colonization trauma, community violence & poverty

  • Relationship Problems

  • Cultural Diversity Related Issues

  • First Generation BIPOC related issues

  • Interpersonal Skills

  • Schizophrenia

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Grief/Loss

  • Behavior and Impulse Control Disorders

  • EMDR


Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) is an evidenced based intervention which is effective in treating posttraumatic stress, complicated grief, anxiety, and other symptoms. Please visit for more information.


This service is available for both youth as young as age 3 to adults. Individuals work one on one with a qualified professional in the youth's home, in the community and office setting to learn the following skills:

  • Behavior Management Services

  • Problem Identification and Resolution

  • Effective Communication 

  • Moral Reasoning 

  • Identity and Emotional Intimacy 

  • Self Sufficiency 

  • Life Goals 

  • Coping Skills 


Children & Adolescents learn and gain the ability to socialize and communicate effectively and appropriately. They work one on one with a trained specialist to teach youth proper self care, grooming skills, and hygiene. Personal safety is also an important component of BST as well as other important basic living skills such as time management and organization.

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