Adult ADHD Assessment

An Adult ADHD Assessment is a comprehensive evaluation designed to determine if an individual meets the criteria for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in adulthood. ADHD is often underdiagnosed in adults, as symptoms can manifest differently than in children. This assessment helps identify ADHD symptoms that may impact daily functioning, work performance, and relationships.

What to Expect

  • Initial Consultation: A detailed interview to gather personal, medical, and family history, and discuss current symptoms and concerns.
  • Standardized Questionnaires: Self-report and observer-report questionnaires to evaluate attention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.
  • Cognitive Testing: Tasks and exercises to assess attention span, executive function, and working memory.
  • Collateral Information: Input from family members, partners, or colleagues who can provide additional insights into the individual’s behavior in various settings.


  • Accurate diagnosis of ADHD in adults.
  • Tailored treatment recommendations, including behavioral strategies, lifestyle changes, and medication management.
  • Enhanced understanding of how ADHD affects your daily life and practical steps to improve functioning.

Book an Assessment: If you suspect you or a loved one may have ADHD, book a comprehensive assessment today to get the clarity and support you need.

Neuropsychological (Cognitive) Assessment

A Neuropsychological (Cognitive) Assessment is an in-depth evaluation of cognitive functions to understand how various brain functions affect behavior and daily life. This assessment is crucial for diagnosing and managing conditions such as dementia, traumatic brain injury, stroke, and other neurological disorders.

What to Expect

  • Clinical Interview: Detailed discussion of medical history, cognitive concerns, and daily functioning.
  • Standardized Testing: A series of tests to evaluate memory, attention, problem-solving, language, and other cognitive abilities.
  • Behavioral Observations: Analysis of behavior during testing to provide additional context to the results.
  • Feedback Session: A comprehensive review of the assessment results, diagnosis, and personalized recommendations.


  • Accurate diagnosis of cognitive impairments.
  • Personalized intervention plans to address specific cognitive deficits.
  • Guidance on managing cognitive challenges in daily life and recommendations for further treatment or support services.

Schedule Your Assessment: Early detection and intervention are key to managing cognitive issues. Schedule your neuropsychological assessment to gain a deeper understanding of your cognitive health.

Psychological Assessment

A Psychological Assessment is a thorough evaluation of an individual’s emotional, psychological, and behavioral functioning. This assessment helps diagnose mental health conditions, understand personality traits, and develop effective treatment plans. It can be beneficial for individuals experiencing a range of mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and personality disorders.

What to Expect

  • Clinical Interview: A comprehensive interview to discuss personal history, current concerns, and overall mental health.
  • Psychometric Testing: Use of standardized tools to assess mood, anxiety, personality, and other psychological attributes.
  • Behavioral Assessment: Observation and analysis of behavior in various contexts to supplement test results.
  • Feedback and Recommendations: Detailed explanation of findings and tailored treatment recommendations.


  • Accurate diagnosis of mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and personality disorders.
  • In-depth understanding of psychological functioning and underlying issues.
  • Customized treatment plans to address specific psychological needs and promote well-being.

Get Started: Understanding your mental health is the first step toward better well-being. Contact us to schedule a psychological assessment and take the first step towards improved mental health.