“Psychological evaluation” is a broad term that is often used to refer to many different things. Most basically, a psychological evaluation is an assessment of an individual, usually involving diagnostic interviews and psychological testing. However, this assessment can take several forms and serve different purposes. This summary provides short descriptions of the main types of evaluations.
The major categories of evaluations include:
At KKJ, we provide all types of evaluations except for neuropsychological ones, and we specialize in several more specific types of forensic evaluations.
If you would like more information on any of these topics or on our availability to assist you with an evaluation, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.