Who Benefits from a Psychoeducational or Psychosocial/Psychological Evaluation?
Most individuals having difficulties learning or who are not succeeding to their potential can benefit from a psychoeducational or psychological evaluation. Adults with learning or mood difficulties may struggle with living up their fullest potential professionally, academically, financially and/or in their relationships. Often, however, the exact nature of these challenges and difficulties are not understood or may be misdiagnosed, preventing the issues from being addressed effectively and thoroughly.
A psychoeducational or psychosocial evaluation can provide more information about the nature of the difficulties that can be useful to you and/or a treating therapist, or to help you be more successful in college or your work environment:
Full Psychosocial or Psychological Evaluations are used to diagnose behavioral, mood, social and/or other psychological difficulties. Also used to uncover previously undiagnosed learning disorders that can impact job and life function. Includes a full report of assessment results and recommendations.
Accommodations/Modifications for Higher Education Students are used to diagnose or determine nature and severity of learning and/or mood disorders for accommodations in college settings. Includes a full report of assessment results and recommendations for addressing the difficulties.