SPS has clinicians trained to provide assessments of serious clinical and cognitive conditions. Evaluations include psychometric testing, diagnostic interviewing, report writing, client feedback and consultation to relevant professionals.
Neuropsychological: Evaluation of memory, concentration, organizational and other cognitive impairments associated with dementia, stroke, head injury or other neurological conditions performed by an experienced neuropsychologist.
Learning Disabilities/Attention Deficit Disorder: Assessment of attention problems, learning process deficits, language delays, intellectual impairments and other conditions affecting academic and social performance conducted by a certified school psychologist.
Alcohol/Substance Abuse Assessments: Assessment of alcohol and other substance abuse is provided by a certified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP). These are done under voluntary or court-ordered circumstances.
Violence/Risk Assessments: Evaluation of concerns regarding school, workplace or interpersonal aggression carried out by a forensic psychologist under school/employer/court mandated circumstances.
Bariatric Assessments: Psychological appropriateness for bariatric (gastric bypass) surgery as determined by a health psychologist.