Psychological Assessments

Psychological assessments are used to help understand patterns of thinking, learning, and behavior. These tests help us know why individuals may be struggling with learning something (e.g., reading, subtraction, writing), as well as why individuals may have difficulty remembering things, focusing on one thing, completing tasks, or even organizing. Psychological testing also helps us understand how symptoms of anxiety, depression, and trauma, for example, may be impacting how individuals think about themselves, how they engage with others, and what they think about the world.

At MPTS, our testing process has four stages: (1) intake interview; (2) testing session(s); (3) scoring and interpreting results with relevant research; and (4) feedback session to discuss the results and get a copy of the finalized report. For our assessors, the intake interview is the foundation of the report because it gives us the context in which the test results are interpreted.

The specific types of assessments that we provide are listed below.

  • ADHD
  • Academic & Learning Disorders
  • Autism
  • Bariatric
  • Executive Functioning
  • Cognitive Impairments/IQ
  • Mood
  • Personality
  • Gender Affirming Readiness
Meredith Psychological Testing