Making the Decision to Evaluate
It can be difficult for parents to decide whether or not a child should be tested. The issues that bring people to consider having their children evaluated are often complex and might involve opinions of school personnel, questions of the treating provider, factors related to selecting an appropriate school, parents’ concerns about what it means to take this step, and a weighing of costs and benefits. I am happy to speak to you about your child to help you decide if an evaluation is the best course of action.
Components of a Comprehensive Evaluation
Comprehensive Neuropsychological and Educational Evaluations assess the following areas:
Individual and Family Psychotherapy
Our approach to individual work is varied, depending on the individual client and his or her personality, needs/goals, and openness to the work. We aim to reach our clients where they are ‘at’ and we travel on from there together. At times, the work is best accomplished in a one-to-one setting. In other situations, it is helpful to see whole families or dyads within a family. To tackle some problems with family dynamics, it is helpful to work with parents without their children present.
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Marissa Krupat, Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist is supervised by Carrie R. King, Ph.D.
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