Psychological Testing

Lee Carlson Center offers testing and assessment services for age 5 through adults.

Psychologists administer comprehensive assessments and tests for a wide variety of reasons. For example, children who are experiencing difficulty in school may have testing done to clarify a diagnosis that is compromising daily functioning, such as a learning disorder, ADHD, depression, anxiety, autism, or mood dysregulation. This diagnosis may assist school personnel in the provision of educational services for a child. Or, if a person is experiencing challenges at work, in personal relationships, with anger management, interpersonal skills, or certain personality traits, testing will clarify the diagnosis, which is an important first step in assisting therapists with therapy goals and physicians with possible medication management decisions. Clarification of the diagnosis by conducting a comprehensive assessment is critical for treatment planning and improving mental health and well-being.

The Psychologist who administers the testing and provides assessments works closely with therapists, psychiatrists, primary care physicians, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, county social workers, school personnel, and parents.

New clients are being accepted, and appointments are available on Saturdays, evenings, and school holidays.

Please note that testing is not covered by Medicare or any Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) policy. Neuropsycholgical testing is not offered.

Testing Offered through Lee Carlson Center

Intellectual and Academic Achievement
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Adaptive/Functional Skills Assessment
Personality Assessment
Social-Emotional-Behavioral Inventories

Lee Carlson Center does not conduct court-ordered psychological assessments or chemical assessments.