Neuropsychological or cognitive assessment can provide information on one’s cognitive abilities and how their cognitive strengths and weaknesses may impact daily life. Tests administered may include paper-and-pencil tests as well as computerized tests, across domains of intelligence (IQ), verbal reasoning, working memory, processing speed, and perceptual reasoning.

Psychoeducational testing is often a component of these comprehensive evaluations to identify if there are any discrepancies between one’s potential and their achievement, which is how we diagnose learning disabilities. After testing is complete, you will be provided feedback on the results, how they impact your life, and recommendations to improve your overall functioning and ability to thrive academically and/or professionally.  

Neuropsychological and cognitive assessment can assess issues related to:

  • Intelligence (IQ)

  • Learning Disorders or Difficulties

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)

  • Psychiatric Symptoms

  • Memory Issues

Many of my clients submit the completed report to obtain academic or standardized testing accommodations (i.e., GMAT, MCAT, LSAT, GRE, or SAT/ACT) to allow them to perform to their full potential.