Lauren Stevenson, PsyD., Director
Psychological assessment is an important way to learn information about a person. An assessment usually includes an interview, collateral information with permission from the client or parent (such as from records or interviews with parents, spouses, teachers, or previous therapists or physicians), observational data, and psychological tests.
Psychological tests can be conducted to assist with determining diagnoses, identify learning disabilities, help provide intellectual and academic performance information, and increase awareness of personality characteristics that can influence and affect one’s life. Such assessments also allow for direct feedback and individualized treatment recommendations based upon the results. Such information can be used to receive special accommodations, learn new decision making strategies, provide focused treatment plans, and make overall positive changes in a person’s life.
We offer many types of evaluations at Capstone Psychological Services, including:
The clinical psychologists at Capstone Psychological Services have expertise, training, and postdoctoral experience in Forensic Psychology. Our clinicians provide psychological assessment and evaluations tailored to a variety of legal questions and expert testimony in areas such as: