Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neuro-developmental disorder, which involves difficulty suppressing certain thoughts and/or behaviors. Some believe the brain is internally “under-stimulated.”


Autism is a neuro-developmental disorder affecting an individual’s communication, socialization, and behavior. It is believed to have a genetic basis with a course influenced by environmental events.


Diagnostic evaluations are conducted to ascertain an appropriate diagnosis when the picture is not as clear.

Learning Disability

Learning disabilities manifest themselves in the main academic areas of reading, writing, and mathematics. They often have a genetic basis and underlying brain differences. Learning disabilities are common and are not the fault of the individual or the family and fortunately may be treated by a variety of educational interventions.


Neuropsychological testing investigates the relationship between the brain and behavior. Data are gathered through the evaluation process. This begins with an in-depth interview regarding developmental, educational, medical, and social history.


Personality assessment is helpful in a number of circumstances. They may be requested by a mental health professional to inform treatment planning or as a method to increase insight into relationships or life goals.