A psychological assessment is a critical step in the development of a treatment plan. It entails a thorough assessment of an individual’s psychological health, encompassing their thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and overall functioning. This assessment may employ various techniques such as clinical interviews, questionnaires, and standardized tests. The objective of a psychological evaluation is to gain an extensive understanding of the individual’s unique experiences, strengths, and challenges. This information is then used to formulate a personalized treatment plan that addresses the individual’s specific needs and objectives. The treatment plan may incorporate therapeutic interventions, as well as strategies for self-care and coping. 

We provide comprehensive diagnostic assessments to clarify the nature of psychological problems and to recommend treatment. We also provide assessments in relation to motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) and workplace injuries. These assessments focus on identifying the emotional, psychological and functional sequelae of MVAs, including traffic phobia assessments (as a driver, passenger, and/or pedestrian), or of workplace injuries, and their appropriate treatment.

Our psychological assessments provide with DSM-5 diagnosis and when required, determine the relationship between an accident/triggering event, presenting symptoms and resultant impairments. We are committed to completing the assessments and the reports in a timely manner.

Our assessment services include:
    ψ Psychological Disability Assessment
    ψ Phobia Assessment (Driver, Passenger, Pedestrian)
    ψ Independent Psychological Assessment (Expert Opinion)
    ψ Assessments for Employee Assistance Programs