Individual, Couples, and Family
Therapy is offered for children, adolescents, adults, and elderly.
Psychological and Psychoeducational
Consists of a one-hour intake interview, clinical rating scales/forms, records review. Testing hours vary (from 6-20 hours total) depending on the nature of the evaluation request. A one-hour feedback session to discuss findings and recommendations.
Neuropsychological Assessment: To determine current neuropsychological functioning of an individual to support the individual's academic, social, and overall functioning.
ADHD, Learning disability, Personality disorder
Psychoeducational Assessment: To determine the current learning, developmental, and psychiatric disorders that may be relevant in the academic success of an individual.
School accommodations, IEP, 504 plan suggestions, parental suggestions, strategies to improve weaknesses in learning, etc.
IQ Test: To determine overall cognitive ability.
Verbal, processing speed, working memory, perceptual reasoning.
*APS is one of the preferred sites for Harker School.
Medical procedures: To determine an individual's psychological and emotional readiness
Executive Functioning, Memory, and Parenting Skills Training for Children with Special Needs
EDUCATION AND CAREER CONSULTATION
Special Education and Career
MFTI, ASW, and APCC