Psychological Testing & Assessment

We offer a variety of psychological testing and assessment options including testing for learning disabilities, ADHD, Autism, and personality testing. Psychological testing is available at Wardenburg Health Center.

Testing Information

  • Testing lasts 6 - 8 hours and can be completed in multiple sessions to fit your schedule
  • Students will receive a report with feedback and treatment recommendations
  • Testing is not included in the six free visits
  • Testing is covered at 50% for students with the Gold Health Insurance

Testing can answer a wide range of questions including:

  • Why am I having trouble with relationships?
  • Why do I have difficulty in social situations or reading social cues?
  • Why do I have trouble reading, writing, or articulating my thoughts?
  • How can I become more effective in my learning? 
  • What can I do to make my therapy more effective?

ADHD Testing and Assessment

  1. Visit the CAPS front desk on the first floor in Wardenburg Health Center.
  2. You will be asked to complete several forms
  3. We will schedule an initial intake appointment for you to evaluate your need for testing. Future appointments for testing are typically scheduled with the provider.

Note: If you have previously documented ADHD that you need to have re-assessed, you will need to complete the same process.

Initial Intake Assessment

The initial screening interview appointment will take approximately one hour. If you bring sufficient documentation from an ADHD assessment conducted within the past three years, treatment recommendations may be made at this time without further assessment. If results of the initial interview appointment suggest that you may have ADHD, and you do not have sufficient documentation from a recent ADHD assessment, we will offer either the opportunity to complete a full assessment here, or assist you in obtaining further assessment from a provider in the community if necessary.

Assessment Process

The assessment process will include an interview with you, psychological testing, and an interview with a parent or guardian about ADHD symptoms you may have had as a child.

Summary Report

The results of your evaluation will be summarized in a written report. You may choose to release this report to treatment providers at Wardenburg or a facility of your choice. You may also release it to Disability Services if you need academic accommodations or other support services. This process may take several weeks to complete.

Referral to Treatment Services

Based on the findings of the assessment, we can then make recommendations for further services if needed. These may include a medication evaluation with one of our clinic psychiatrists or nurse practitioners, contact with Disability Services, and/or individual or group therapy from providers either here at Wardenburg or in the community.