Psychological & Neuropsych Assessment
Psychological and Neuropsychological Testing and Assessment services offer a comprehensive approach to gaining valuable insights into your cognitive, emotional, and behavioral functioning. Our team of experienced psychologists and neuropsychologists utilize specialized assessments to provide a deeper understanding of your strengths, challenges, and potential areas for growth. Whether you're seeking clarity on psychological concerns or evaluating cognitive abilities, our assessments are designed to guide personalized treatment and support decisions.
What to Expect
Thorough Evaluation Process: Our assessment process involves a comprehensive evaluation, which may involve interviews, standardized tests, questionnaires, and observations. This holistic approach allows us to gather a well-rounded view of your functioning.
Personalized Assessment Plans: We will create a tailored assessment plan to address your specific concerns. This may include cognitive testing, emotional assessments, personality evaluations, and more.
Diagnostic Clarity: Psychological and neuropsychological assessments can provide clarity on diagnoses such as ADHD, anxiety disorders, depression, learning disabilities, and other mental health or cognitive conditions. Accurate diagnosis is crucial for effective treatment planning.
Cognitive Functioning Evaluation: Neuropsychological testing assesses cognitive functions such as memory, attention, problem-solving, language skills, and executive functioning. This can help identify cognitive strengths and weaknesses and guide interventions.
Insights for Treatment Planning: The assessment results provide a foundation for developing targeted treatment plans. Whether it's therapy, medication, or specific interventions, our findings help tailor approaches to your unique needs.
Progress Monitoring and Intervention Adjustment: Assessments are not always a one-time process. Our team may recommend follow-up assessments to track your progress and assess the effectiveness of interventions, making necessary adjustments over time.
Educational and Vocational Guidance: Assessments can provide valuable information for educational and vocational planning. For example, they may help identify learning styles, accommodations, or career paths that align with your strengths.
Objective Evaluation: Our assessments offer an objective and standardized evaluation of your functioning.
Collaborative Approach: Throughout the assessment process, we prioritize collaboration. We encourage you to share your concerns, goals, and insights, creating a partnership that informs the assessment's focus.
Confidentiality and Respect: We maintain confidentiality throughout the assessment process, ensuring that your personal information and assessment results remain secure.
What we Assess
Our team of psychologists and neuropsychologists are able to assess a wide variety of concerns, and we have providers who work with individuals age 6+. We are experienced in evaluating:
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Learning Disorders (i.e. Dyslexia)
Other mental health diagnoses
Assessment may also be required for certain medical procedures, including:
Gender Affirming Surgery
Psychological and Neuropsychological assessment typically requires two or more appointments, some of which can be several hours in length. The total time required to complete an assessment varies by the type of testing being conducted, but oftentimes falls within a range of 3-8 hours.
Following your testing appointment(s), you will meet with the Psychologist to review results and recommendations (called a Feedback appointment).
The total cost of an assessment will be based on the reason for the referral and the total time required to complete the evaluation, including all face-to-face time spent with the Psychologist and the time it takes them to interpret the results and write a detailed report.
For comprehensive evaluations such as those for ADHD, ASD, LD, and psychoeducational questions, the total cost will fall between $1000-$2000.
For shorter testing services, such as those for surgical clearance or straightforward diagnostic clarification, the total cost will fall between $250-$800.
We are in-network with Anthem BCBS and Purdue UHCSR (student and grad staff insurance). At this time, we are out of network with other insurance carriers.
We will do our best to provide an estimate of the amount you can expect to pay out of pocket, whether you are paying in full or using your insurance. However, you are responsible for any amount that is declined by your insurance.
When paying out of pocket or in cases where you have a high deductible to meet (and therefore will owe the full contracted rates of testing), we require 50% of the anticipated cost of the assessment to be paid at your first appointment, with the remainder due at your feedback appointment.
For individuals who are unable to afford the full fees for testing services, we may have spots available to complete testing with one of our doctoral student trainees. We have a limited number of reduced-fee slots available each training year (which runs from September through June). The wait for these slots will be longer than the wait for fully-licensed staff and full-fee slots. For more information you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.