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Psychological Testing and
Neuropsychological Assessment

At Compassionate Healing Institute we offer a range of assessments tailored to understand and support the unique needs of our patients. Here's an overview of the types of assessments we conduct:

 

Comprehensive Neuropsychological Testing: This in-depth evaluation is designed to assess cognitive functions such as memory, attention, perception, coordination, language, and personality. The goal is to identify changes in cognitive functioning that might be due to various medical, neurological, psychological, or psychiatric issues. This testing can be crucial for creating a treatment plan for conditions such as brain injuries, stroke, or neurological disorders.

 

Dementia Screening: Early detection of dementia through screening can significantly affect the management of the condition. The screening tests we administer are designed to evaluate memory impairments, executive functioning, attention, language, and other cognitive abilities that may be affected by dementia. If screening suggests the possibility of dementia, a more comprehensive assessment may be recommended.

 

Psychoeducational Assessment: This type of assessment is focused on learners to understand their cognitive, emotional, and educational abilities. It can be particularly helpful for identifying learning disabilities, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and giftedness in children and adolescents. The insights gained assist in developing educational interventions and accommodations to support the individual’s learning journey.

 

Psychological Testing: Psychological testing encompasses a wide range of assessments to evaluate an individual's mental health and well-being. It can help diagnose mental health conditions, assess emotional functioning, and provide insights into personality traits. This information is valuable for developing a personalized therapeutic approach to address various mental health issues, including depression, anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders and personality disorders.

Each assessment type is selected based on the individual patient's presenting symptoms, history, and specific concerns. The results from these assessments are used to inform treatment planning, whether it’s for therapeutic interventions, educational planning, medical treatment, or to provide clarity on a diagnosis. Our approach ensures that each patient receives a thorough evaluation leading to supportive and targeted interventions that enhance their overall well-being and functionality.

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