Child & Teenager Assessment
We always put the child/teenager’s interest first and include him/her in the process as much as possible. In line with the party requesting the youth’s psychological examination (parents, teachers, and other caregivers) we define the goals of the assessment. On this basis, we choose the appropriate psychometric tests. The assessment helps evaluate the intellectual capability, learning processes, attention and memory, academic achievement, emotional and/or behavioral functioning and projective associations, and is always accompanied with in vivo observations. We can also use self-report surveys, parent and third party checklists. One or two testing sessions may be scheduled, depending on the number of tests being given.
Psychological Assessment involves administration, scoring, and interpretation of tests; it also requires the psychologist to prepare a written report and meet with parents and preferably with the child/teenager to review the results.