NOTICE: Due to the limitations of remote assessment, the CTC is unable to provide psychological assessment for certain learning disorders including dyslexia at this time. We will continue to revise our service capability on an ongoing basis and provide updates accordingly. If you would like to seek psychological assessment services outside of the CTC, please click on the Resources tab on the left side of this page.
Psychological assessment at the CTC includes assessment of various psychological and neurocognitive conditions, including but not limited to, depression, anxiety, ADHD, learning disorders, traumatic brain injuries, PTSD, autism spectrum disorder, personality disorders and many more.
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), learning disorders (LD) and neurocognitive disorders are complex disorders that require labor-intensive assessment procedures in order to diagnose. Due to the extensive time commitment required for these assessments, they are primarily provided as part of training programs for advanced students in the Counseling & Testing Center's (CTC) clinical or counseling psychology doctoral programs, and by a limited number of our staff members. When performed by trainees, the assessment is performed under the supervision of a psychologist with expertise in the area of psychological assessment.
Students struggle with academic success for a variety of reasons, and sometimes assessments reveal students do not have ADHD or an LD. However, feedback from the assessment will often provide information to improve function or compensate for weaknesses even when a diagnosis is not appropriate. Results may also help the student understand other concerns that present, such as substance use, anxiety, depression or personality issues.
There is a sliding fee for the assessment, ranging from $50 to $500 based on need as determined by the Financial Aid Office. The fee will be charged directly to your student account.
Please use the links under the Psychological Assessment tab to the left side of this page to find more information, testing forms and community testing resources.
Email Rheanna Kaley, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 208-885-6716.