Clinical Diagnostic Assessments

Our diagnostic team includes psychologists and psychological associates who provide comprehensive clinical and diagnostic assessment and treatment services. We use diagnostic interviewing, psychometric measures, and information from sources within a client’s world (e.g., families, therapists, physicians, etc.) to help understand our client’s needs, identify key concerns/diagnoses, and provide treatment recommendations/plans.  When appropriate, we will provide support and information, as well as engage in advocacy within a client’s home, educational, and occupational communities.

We provide assessments for a range of concerns, including (but not limited to):


·       Depression

·       Anxiety (e.g., Social Anxiety, Panic, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

·       Trauma/Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)/Abuse

·       Autism Spectrum Disorder

·       Personality Disorders (e.g., Borderline Personality Disorder)

·       Impulse Control Disorders (e.g., Trichotillomania, skin picking, etc.)

·       Family Functioning/parent-child relationship concerns

·       Substance/Alcohol abuse

·       Psychosis

·       Anger management

·       Social skills difficulties

·       Emotion regulation difficulties

·       Eating Disorders

·       Body Dismorphia

·       Gender Dysphoria/Gender Identity Concerns

·       Stress-related Illnesses

·       Sleep-related disturbances