Comprehensive Learning Disability and ADHD Assessments
The University of Arkansas Psychological Clinic is offering comprehensive cognitive assessments to students and members of the community. These assessments can provide diagnostic information regarding learning disabilities, developmental disabilities, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dementia, and psychological functioning. Each assessment also includes a diagnostic interview, a feedback session, and a comprehensive written report with specific recommendations, including school and testing accommodations for students.
Assessments are available for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults.
The estimated cost of a comprehensive assessment is $300 to $500. The Psychological Clinic is able to offer assessments at a significantly reduced cost in part because the examiners are skilled graduate-level psychologists in training, supervised by faculty members, all of whom are licensed clinical psychologists.
The U of A Psychological Clinic, located in Memorial Hall at the intersection of Maple Street and Leverett Avenue, provides a variety of services including individual psychotherapy for children and adults, marital and couples counseling, family therapy, intellectual, educational, or developmental testing, personality and psychosocial assessment.
The U of A Psychological Clinic is the training and research facility of the Department of Psychological Science's Doctoral Clinical Training Program, which is accredited by the American Psychological Association.
To schedule a comprehensive assessment or learn more about the clinic's services, please contact the clinic secretary at (479)-575-4258. Weekday and evening appointments are available.
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Department of Psychological Science
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