One of our unique strengths is our ability to assess the whole person from a variety of perspectives. After 35 years of providing psychodiagnostic assessments, we can evaluate test result patterns to help explain why specific issues with learning, memory, attention, mood control, reasoning and judgment may be present and can link that with a range of possible interventions that may address those issues.

We provide assessments for:

Evaluation for Possible Attention or Memory problems

Assessment for Autistic Disorder

Assessment to Request Test Accommodations for Standardized Tests (SAT, ACT, GRE, MCAT, LSAT, Bar Exam, Medical Boards, etc.)

Evaluation for Possible Learning Disabilities including:
•  Reading Disorder (including problems with sounding out words, reading quickly enough and understanding what has been read)
•  Written Language Disorder (including problems with spelling, organizing one's thought for written expression and writing speed)
•  Expressive and Receptive Language Processing Disorder (recalling the name of things, organizing thoughts for oral expression, understanding complicated instructions)
•  Dysgraphia (pencil control problems and weaknesses in written output speed, Mathematics Disorder (confusion about computation, difficulties remembering math facts, slow math solving speed and problems with word formatted math problems)
•  Non-Verbal Learning Disorder (problems with visual-spatial problem solving, visual attention to detail)
•  Social Comprehension Disorder (difficulties reading visual cues, understanding the unwritten rules of social interaction, recognizing the needs of others)

Kindergarten Readiness

Personality/Personal Adjustment Assessment

Career Interests/Vocational Planning Assessment

Assessment of High Risk Toddlers

Forensic Assessments

For further information about Dr. Robert Wells' or Kiki Wells' training or background, please see Dr. Wells' Curriculum Vitae and Kiki Wells' Curriculum Vitae.