Need an assessment?
We offer full-service assessment packages for a wide range of afflictions. From personality to neuropsychological assessments, you will get the best service available in the industry.
How it works
Step 1 - Initial Contact
The first step to ordering an assessment from Psychology Group is a free 15-minute consultation with one of our assessment advisors. During this call, we'll help you choose the right assessment and make sure you are knowledgeable and comfortable with the entire process.
Step 2 - Testing Day(s)
After it is determined which type of assessment you need, your assessment advisor will help you schedule a time for testing, at a location convenient for you.
Step 3 - Results
After the testing is completed, we'll schedule a follow up meeting with you to provide you with results of the assessment and recommend a treatment plan -- if necessary.
Types of assessments
Complete Neuropsychological Assessment
The Complete Neuropsychological assessment is a performance-based method to assess cognitive functioning. This method is used to examine the cognitive consequences of brain damage, brain disease, and severe mental illness.
Cognitive Profile Assessment (CPA)
The purpose of cognitive screening tests is to aid in the early detection of cognitive change as a first step toward accurate diagnosis. This screening tests is perfect for seniors, adults or children with a suspected affliction(s).
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is characterized by symptoms that include the inability to keep one’s attention focused on a task, trouble organizing tasks, avoiding things that take effort, and follow-through.
The Vocational Assessment provides comprehensive psychological evaluations to support you or your loved one to find a new career that is best suited to your needs, interests, strengths and goals. We provide a thorough assessment that uses a variety of scientific, evidence-based questionnaires to assess various factors (e.g., occupational interests) that are important in clarifying your career possibilities.
A psychoeducational assessment identifies areas of strength and weakness in a student’s learning profile and provides a deeper understanding of their educational abilities. It can also identify Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Intellectual Disabilities, reading (dyslexia), writing (dysgraphia) and mathematic (dyscalculia) challenges and other mental health issues that can interfere with learning.
Psychological fees are not covered by OHIP, but they are reimbursed by most Extended Health Insurance plans. When not reimbursed by insurance, the fees for psychological services are credited as an allowable medical expense for the purpose of income tax deductions