Assessments evaluate children’s development and milestones in the following areas:
The evaluation is performed by qualified and licensed Psychologists and is designed to deepen understanding of a child’s competencies in order to ensure they reach their potential.
The Educational Psychologist specializes in understanding and evaluating the way in which a child learns, develops and interacts with his environment at home and at school. These types of assessments are critical in helping to understand your child’s strengths and specific challenges. Once the assessment is complete the Educational Psychologist works directly with the child, parents and the school (if required) and provides a comprehensive report with detailed recommendation and a plan that supports the child’s development. Private or small group sessions may be recommended based on the specific needs of the child.
The Clinical Psychologist specializes in understanding and evaluating the overall mental and emotional well-being of all children under the age of 18. In specific, children who are prone to depression, anxiety, physical challenges (such Cerebral Palsy), neurological & behavioral challenges (ADHD, OCD and Autism), addictive behaviors, eating disorders and personal and/or family relationship problems. Clinical Psychologists work directly with the parents and/or the child. Cognitive Behavior Therapy, private or small group sessions will be recommended based on the specific needs of the child.