Our psychological evaluations can diagnose a number of psychological conditions, including ADHD, anxiety, autism, depression, learning disabilities, and personality disorders. Available for individuals 4 and up.
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Accurate diagnoses and thorough recommendations.
Are you tired of struggling to find accurate answers to your mental health concerns? Are you unsure of the diagnoses you have received? Have you been left feeling like your diagnosis does not accurately explain what is going on with you or your child? Have you felt unsure of where to go next or how to get the best, personalized help for your situation? Then, look no further.
At Healing Spaces Psychological Services, we evaluate multiple aspects of your psychological well-being. We meticulously examine your cognitive abilities, emotional patterns, social interactions, and academic or work performance. This holistic approach allows us to provide a comprehensive evaluation that leaves no stone unturned.
A psychological evaluation or assessment can be used to look at one's cognitive ability, social skills, emotions, behaviors, academic achievement, and personality. These assessments and evaluations can be used to diagnose ADHD, anxiety, depression, learning disorders, trauma and PTSD, and autism in both children and adults.
We are committed to ruling out misdiagnoses. We understand the frustration and confusion that can arise from receiving a diagnosis that does not fit your experience. Our assessments are specifically tailored to individuals facing complex challenges. If you are questioning multiple diagnoses, have a history of complex trauma, or have faced significant mental health, social, academic, or vocational difficulties, we are here to guide you.
By choosing our services, you gain more than just a diagnosis: You gain a roadmap to recovery, actionable recommendations, and a clear understanding of your unique strengths and areas for improvement. Together, we will unlock the doors to a brighter future.
What's included in a psychological evaluation?
Clinical interviews with the client and/or caregivers
4-6+ hours of administering the assessment measures
Record review & consulting with providers (e.g,. therapists)
Scoring and interpreting the results, and preparing the report
Feedback session(s) to review the results of the evaluation
Pricing is transparent and simple.
We charge a flat fee of $2800 for our comprehensive evaluations. This fee includes the intake interview, hours of test administration, testing materials, scoring and interpreting results, record review, any time spent contacting previous therapists, teachers, etc., report writing, the feedback session, and the comprehensive report. There are no hidden fees. Clients can pay via credit card, debit card, or health savings card. We do reserve a handful of reduced-fee evaluations based on financial status. If you would like to be added to the waitlist for that option, please complete the following form.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a comprehensive evaluation entail?
We will assess for academic achievement, behavioral functioning, cognitive/intellectual abilities, social functioning, trauma, personality or emerging personality, and executive functioning. Referrals commonly involve inquiries about ADHD, autism, anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, learning disorders, and trauma/PTSD.
Will the evaluation assess ALL of those areas?
Our evaluations are comprehensive, yet tailored to your individual needs. If the purpose of the evaluation is to assess for learning disorders, then the evaluation will focus heavily on testing cognitive ability, educational achievement, and executive functioning, and we will screen for any emotional and/or social difficulties. If the concern is primarily emotional or behavioral-based, then our evaluation will focus on assessing those areas in detail, and educational achievement may only be screened, as an example.
What is the waitlist for an evaluation?
There is no waitlist. Intake appointments can usually be scheduled within 14 days. Days of testing are typically scheduled a few weeks after the intake appointment. During busy times, you may be scheduled a few weeks out. If you need an expedited evaluation (results within two weeks), please indicate that below. There is a fee involved.
What does the process look like?
The evaluation is scheduled in three parts:
A 60-minute virtual intake appointment with the client or guardian of a minor. You can schedule this online.
The day of testing, which is typically 4-6 hours. A second day may be scheduled as needed.
A 60-minute virtual feedback session to go over the results of the evaluation.
There are also things happening behind the scenes (e.g., scoring assessments, report writing, contacting teachers, etc.). We aim to schedule the feedback session 10-14 days after the completion of the assessment (day of testing).
Is payment due immediately?
No, payment is typically split into three payments: There is a fee due on the day of the intake appointment, half of the remaining balance is due on the day of testing, and the final half is due on the day of the feedback session.
I think I have ADHD, why do I need a comprehensive evaluation?
Diagnosing Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be more time-consuming and complex than taking questionnaires. Symptoms of ADHD also overlap with symptoms of other mental health disorders. For example, your difficulty paying attention could be due to ADHD, anxiety, depression, trauma, etc. In addition, ADHD is often comorbid (or exists together) with other diagnoses. A comprehensive evaluation is recommended for the most accurate depiction of your presentation.
Do you diagnose autism in adults?
Yes, we will diagnose autism in all ages. It is not uncommon for adults to seek a diagnosis; autistic adults typically have struggled throughout life and are seeking an evaluation as they learn more about autism or encounter others with similar experiences. While self-diagnosis can be a powerful tool, a formal evaluation can help to ensure accuracy and open the door to a range of support services and accommodations.
Do you provide court-ordered evaluations?
Hi, I am Dr. Jackson!
I am a Clinical Psychologist with 10+ years of experience helping clients navigate their overlapping symptoms and complexities to provide them with the clarity they seek. Through cutting-edge assessment tools, unwavering dedication, and a compassionate approach, I am here to deliver diagnoses that instill guidance and personalized recommendations that pave the way for lasting changes. If you have questions about the evaluation process, please do not hesitate to schedule a free 15-minute consultation!