• Learning Disability Screen

    This form of assessment is helpful in establishing the diagnosis of a learning disability. Learning disabilities come in various forms, but the most common types are dyslexia (a learning disability in reading) and a learning disability in math. A learning disability screen is particularly helpful to

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    Neuropsychological Assessment

    Neuropsychological Assessment is a comprehensive evaluation of client’s cognitive status. This includes an assessment of cognitive domains, such as language, memory, attention, and visual spatial functioning, to name a few. The goal of neuropsychological testing is to clarify or establish a

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    ADHD screening

    Adult Psychoeducational Assessment is helpful in updating, clarifying, or establishing the diagnoses of learning disabilities and/or adult attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. This form of testing may be helpful to clients who have suspected that they have a learning disability or attention

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    Person Centered Planning

    There are times when nothing seems to be moving forward, when you feel “stuck”. This is especially true for anyone, going through a transitional period regarding health, school, job, family, or retirement. This may happen to young adults, to individuals with certain limitations in their

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    Couple's And Family Therapy

    It is hard enough to be a successful, accomplished, flexible, open-minded, and self-aware individual. Did I mention happy? Now try to find a good match to such an individual. Did it? Try to keep the relationship healthy and strong at all times…ok, some of the time. Now, throw a couple of kids

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    Personality Disorders

    It is not like you feel depressed or anxious all the time, and you can’t quite pinpoint an event “after which everything went downhill.” However, all your life you seem to have it harder than others, you felt different than everybody else, a little too sensitive, a little too shy

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    Loss And Grief, PTSD

    The theme of loss is common for all humankind, because we have all experienced losses at some point. There can be loss by death or loss by moving away; there can be loss by choice or by accident (and I’ve seen people argue which one is worse till they were blue in their faces). When we are

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    Depression

    If you feel like life is crumbling down on you, that both big and small tasks are equally and almost unbearably difficult; if you feel like “yea, I can do this… I can do that… but what’s the point…,” you are most likely depressed. You may have some variation of

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    Anxiety

    Sometimes anxiety is a stand-alone condition, but often it is co-morbid with depression (what horrific terms we professionals manage to coin at times; why not to say “dances along with” or “sandwiches together with”). And really, how can you not feel depressed if worrying

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    Parental Counseling

    At an early point in my professional career, I used to work with people who were newly assigned to a job that required them to be responsible for the safety of a large number of people. The job was also physically and emotionally challenging, and included a complicated set of managerial tasks. Not

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