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  • Can I do a self-pay option for my evaluation?
    Yes, definitely. We offer discounts for cash payment. We accept cash, checks, and most credit cards
  • Do you accept insurance?
    We accept a few insurance plans including Superior medicaid. Please call our office and we can check your specific insurance and provide additional information. Each insurance plan is different but they generally will only cover evaluations they deem “medically necessary.” Insurance plans will not cover testing for learning issues or learning disabilities. Insurance also frequently will not cover testing for issues such as depression or anxiety unless counseling services have already been attempted. We would need to check your plan to find out your eligibility. Please note, eligibility is not a guarantee of payment and if your insurance company denies the claim after testing, you will be responsible for the full payment.
  • Will I continue with you for therapy after my evaluation?
    No, we are an assessment only practice, but we can provide you a referral list.
  • Should I have my child/myself evaluated for depression/anxiety?
    Most of the time your insurance company will require you try alternative services first, primarily therapy. If you have not found therapy effective, sometimes an evaluation will be approved but we would need to check with your insurance company.
  • Will you prescribe medication?
    No. Psychologists do not prescribe but we can assist you with recommendations regarding diagnosis that you can then take back to your primary care doctor.
  • What should I expect at my appointment?
    There is a new patient intake form and rating scales for you to complete. These can be completed ahead of time. The client (you or your child) will complete an interview and different rating scales or computer measures with the psychologist or an assistant. The psychologist will meet with the parent to complete a parent interview if applicable. Sometimes, teacher rating scales will be sent to the school with your approval. The appointment should last approximately 2 hours and in some cases might require a second appointment. After the report is complete, you will return for a results session to receive the results and a copy of your report. Reports are generally completed within 14-21 days.
  • What if I need to reschedule?
    Please call 48 hours in advance to reschedule. Appointments missed without calling or cancelled late might not be eligible to be rescheduled.
  • What if my child is sick the day of the appointment?
    Children who are sick will not be seen and you will be asked to reschedule. Please call 48 hours in advance if possible to prevent a delay in rescheduling your appointment and to allow us time to fill the appointment from our wait list.
  • ADHD evaluations
    We offer ADHD evaluations for ages 7 - 40. We do not offer evaluations for children under age 7. We offer re-evaluations for ADHD for ages over 40 (i.e., you were diagnosed when you were a child and need the diagnosis re-evaluated).
  • Autism evaluations
    We currently offer autism evaluations for children. We do not do evaluations for adult autism. We have a waiting list but you can be added to this list (and we will check your insurance coverage) by completing the Appointment request form and emailing it to
  • Learning disability testing
    We offer learning disability testing but it is not covered by insurance and would be cash pay only. We recommend talking to your school regarding options for learning disability testing. We do not offer specific dyslexia testing.
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