Psychological Assessment Services
A psychological assessment is a comprehensive evaluation of an individual’s current psychological functioning that will assist as a guide in treatment. At Wellness we have psychologists who are trained to offer these assessments for children, adolescents and adults with a diverse range of needs. Our psychologist works closely with other providers and individuals involved in your care to ensure that our testing is completed in a timely fashion, that feedback is responsive; and that your doctor, psychiatrist, employee, and/or school receives a full report detailing assessment results and recommendations.
Employment Recruitment/Promotion Process
The information from the psychological assessment resulted in employee’s profile that is used to map and monitor a plan of action for employment decision or employee’s growth within the company.
Most profile reports address the following topics:
- Cognitive ability and problem-solving style
- Emotional maturity and personality
- Decision-making, management and organizational skills
- Leadership competencies
- Ambition and aspirations
Mental Health Assessment
A mental health assessment gives you a complete picture of your emotional state. It also looks at how well you are able to think, reason, and remember (cognitive functioning). Your psychologist will ask you questions and examine you. And your psychologist will take note of how you look as well as your mood, behavior, thinking, reasoning, and memory, and how well you can express yourself (writing and verbal). Your psychologist may also ask questions about how you get along with other people. This includes your family and friends. The results of your test are confidential
A mental health assessment can help find:
- Mental health problems, such as trauma, anxiety disorders, depression, schizophrenia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, conduct disorder, bipolar disorders, and eating disorders.
- Developmental problems, such as learning disabilities, intellectual disability, and autism.
- Substance abuse, including alcohol and drug abuse and dependence (addiction).