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  • Psycho-educational Evaluation:  
    • Psycho-educational evaluation is a process in which I work with everyone involved in a child's learning or development to identify the child's strengths and weaknesses. Its goal is to enhance everyone's ability to help the child be as successful as possible.
  • Psychological Evaluation:
    • A psychological assessment can include numerous components such as norm-referenced psychological tests, informal tests and surveys, interview information, school or medical records, medical evaluation, and observed data.  A psychologist determines what information to use based on the specific questions being asked.
  • Substance Abuse Evaluation:
    • A substance abuse evaluation is an assessment method used to determine whether an individual is in need of treatment for a substance abuse addiction. In a workplace setting these evaluations are most often performed after a positive drug or alcohol test result in accordance with a workplace drug and alcohol testing program. A substance abuse evaluation can also be done after a self referral of an employee under the guise of the workplace drug and alcohol testing program.

      A substance abuse evaluation typically includes questions regarding a person's use of legal or illegal drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or other harmful substances. The evaluation will also include questions designed to determine the extent to which the suspected substance abuse has negatively impacted the individual's physical and emotional well-being.