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Assessments can be useful tools to help identify student strengths and current level of academic and social functioning. It can be used to identify actions that may be implemented for a student to reach his or her potential.
This also includes children and adolescents who are experiencing or exhibiting any of the following: family conflict, low self-esteem, sense of entitlement, manipulation, isolation, depression, substance use, oppositional defiance, attention difficulties, developmental delays, learning difficulties, school failure, or negative peer relationships.
Why is testing beneficial?
Academic and Personality Assessments can facilitate the following:
The process of therapeutic assessment and feedback
The goal of this approach is to gather accurate information during the assessment about the client and then to share this information to help clients and their families understand themselves and make positive changes in their lives. This process includes three steps:
Initial Consultation/Diagnostic Interview - Questions that families want answered will be clarified during this initial hour session. The family and psychologist will agree to a battery of tests that are the most appropriate for the questions to be answered.
Testing Phase - The testing will be completed during a second visit. Depending on the amount of testing needed, follow up testing sessions will be scheduled.
Feedback Phase - Once the testing has been completed, the family will attend a final session in which the psychologist will review the results of the testing with the family and will use these results to begin to develop a treatment plan with the family.
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