General Psychology Assessment
A general psychology assessment can help identify any difficulties a child or young person is having and provide the basis for care and support. This clinical assessment evaluates various aspects of a child's development, including their cognitive skills, emotional regulation, social functioning, and behaviour.
The assessment process involves reviewing the child's developmental history and teacher/school information, testing their cognitive abilities, and assessing their day-to-day behaviour and emotional regulation.
This type of assessment can help identify issues such as:
● Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) i.e. hyperactivity and inattention.
● Emotional and Behavioural Issues (i.e. aggression, anger, school refusal, poor motivation, concentration)
● Mental health needs (anxiety, sadness, attachment difficulties).
After the assessment, you will receive a comprehensive report with recommendations for further support, including referral to appropriate services if needed.