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Psychological Evaluations

A snapshot in time of a person’s social and emotional functioning. Evaluations consist of:

  • A review of all available mental health, medical, school, and other relevant records.

  • A comprehensive interview between a psychologist and the client, focusing on gathering data for diagnosis, treatment, and addressing the referral question (can last 1 to 3 hours).

  • Standardized psychological testing to assess intellectual functioning, psychopathology, and other relevant psychological constructs (can last 1 to 3 hours).

Forensic Evaluations 

A type of psychological evaluation that answers specific legal questions posed by attorneys, social services agencies, courts, or other governmental entities to assist in their decision making relevant to legal statute.

  • Competency to stand trial

  • Competency to waive Miranda rights

  • Insanity defense

  • Fitness for duty

  • Fitness for juvenile court

  • Risk of future violence or sex offense

  • Disability/Social Security

  • Immigration hardship

  • Stoll evaluation

  • Disposition/treatment recommendations

  • Diagnosis of the presence of a mental disorder or defect.


Educational Assessments

An assessment of skills, knowledge, and personality traits that impact student learning. This assessment is used to develop a plan to support the student in meeting their educational goals and suggested accommodations.


  • ADHD  

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder  

  • Intelligence Testing


Parent/Child Reunification

An evaluation requested by Child Protective Services or other agency regarding parents’ ability to safely reunify with their children. PARC provides psychological evaluations regarding treatment needs for the child as well as the parent to determine the services needed for the family to be safely reunited.


Diagnostic Evaluation/Treatment Planning

Psychological evaluation to determine diagnoses and incorporate the findings to develop a treatment plan.  

ADHD, PTSD, depression, anxiety, OCD psychosis, personality disorders, psychopathology.



An evaluation to address questions posed by an immigration court.

Hardship waiver, political asylum, S, T and U visas.

  • Hardship

  • Political asylum

  • Domestic violence

  • Competency to participate in immigration proceedings

  • Presence of learning/cognitive disorder or mental illness diagnosis.


Neuropsychological/Cognitive Evaluation:

Testing to determine brain functioning, including memory, reasoning, problem solving, mood and personality, visual/spatial reasoning, language, executive functioning.

Dementia vs normal aging, traumatic brain injury, stroke.


Licensing Board Investigations

A psychological evaluation or treatment required by a professional licensing board as a condition to maintain or regain a professional license.

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There are many types of evaluation and assessment that we offer such as evaluations for personal choices such as end of life and major surgeries. If you have any questions about a specific type of evaluation that may not be listed, please contact our team. 

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