Psychological Services

The best care

Parent / Caretaker Questionnaire

Psychological & Psychoeducational Assessments
• Autism Spectrum Disorders
• Behavioral Problems
• Developmental Delays
• Learning and Attention Difficulties
• Social/Emotional Concerns


Individual and Group Therapy with Children and Adolescents
• Anger Management
• Anxiety
• Childhood Sexual Abuse/Trauma
• Depression
• Grief and Loss, Divorce/Separation, & Adoption
• Organizational Skills Development
• Peer Conflict Resolution
• Self-Esteem
• Social Skills
• Stress Management

What does a psychological evaluation consist of?
The purpose of a psychological evaluation is to address the specific area(s) of concern. Therefore, there is not a standard battery of tests used for every evaluation given. Instead, the evaluation will be tailored to address the specific concerns. Based on the area of concern(s), a variety of assessment instruments may be used to measure your child’s general intelligence; cognitive processing skills; individual academic achievement; emotional and/or behavior functioning; and/or self-concept measures. Additional information might be gathered including, but may not be limited to, developmental history, adaptive functioning rating scales, interviews and/or specific behavioral observations. Generally, assessment sessions can take 1-3 sessions depending on the referral concern(s), and each session can typically last from 1.5-2 hours. After the assessment, scoring, and testing analyzes are completed, there is a meeting to discuss testing results, recommendations, and answer any questions. After this meeting, a comprehensive written report of the testing results and specific recommendations will be generated within approximately two weeks.

Located inside
The Pediatric Therapy Clinic

Adolescent, Young Adult and Family Counseling

Glen Barden, M.A., LAPC

Scott Pennington, LAPC

Karen Fuller, M.S.,LAMFT

Melanie Peters, M.Ed. LPC,