Psychological evaluations consist of a comprehensive interview, followed by paper-and-pencil or computer administrated tests that help to look at patterns of emotional and personality functioning. Sometimes, a psychological evaluation can include formal testing of intellectual abilities, though the cognitive testing is not as comprehensive as a full neuropsychological evaluation.
Psychological evaluations are typically given for the following reasons:
Depending on the reason for psychological evaluation, the face-to-face time required can typically range from 2 hours up to 8 hours.
We offer a wide range of clinical and forensic psychological evaluations for adults at PNBC, with skilled clinicians who specialize in health psychology.