Psychological and Psychoeducational Evaluations

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These are two terms that are often used interchangeably but can refer to different areas of focus:

  • A psychoeducational assessment is used to determine the underlying cognitive processes that affect a person’s educational and functional performance. For clients who are experiencing learning issues, Southfield’s psychologists can provide focused learning disability evaluations with recommendations that emphasize evidence-based interventions for these learning disorders.

A psychological assessment will include the above, but also provide detailed insight into a student’s social and emotional functioning to identify relevant needs.


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