At Wholeness Psychology Centre, we know the value of comprehensive assessments.
That's why we offer a variety of assessments for both children and adults.
Online, Phone, & In-Office Appointments Available
At Wholeness Psychology Centre, we provide assessments for various challenges and ages.

And with a dedicated assessment team, you can get answers to behaviour and challenges you or someone you love is facing.

For adults: assessments increase understanding and help you make decisions about your abilities and functioning at work, within your relationships, and with family members.

These assessments and the diagnosis often come years after you first start struggling - so you can finally experience the sense of clarity and relief.

For children: assessments help you get the answers you need. Giving parents a greater understanding of a child's behaviour and/or academic performance, and your child can finally get the necessary support.

Assessment is the first step to accessing support and includes targeted recommendations. Our psychologists can also work directly with school teams if requested. 
At Wholeness Psychology Centre, we provide assessments for various challenges and ages.

And with a dedicated assessment team, you can get answers to behaviour and challenges you or someone you love is facing.

For adults: assessments increase understanding and help you make decisions about your abilities and functioning at work, within your relationships, and with family members.

These assessments and the diagnosis often come years after you first start struggling - so you can finally experience the sense of clarity and relief.

For children: assessments help you get the answers you need. Giving parents a greater understanding of a child's behaviour and/or academic performance, and your child can finally get the necessary support.

Assessment is the first step to accessing support and includes targeted recommendations. Our psychologists can also work directly with school teams if requested. 

For both children and adults, Wholeness Psychology Centre assessments can get you answers so you can get support.

For both children and adults, Wholeness Psychology Centre assessments
can get you answers so you can get support.

ASSESSMENTS TO MEET YOUR NEEDS

At Wholeness Psychology Centre, we offer a variety of assessments for children and adults. An assessment well done will give you the information you need to develop a plan, seek treatment, and start moving forward.
The Assessments we offer the following:
  • Ed Psychs (Psychoeducational Assessments)
  • Behavioural Assessments
  • ADHD Assessments (Attention Deficit /Hyperactivity Disorder)
  • ​Autism Assessment
  • ​AISH (Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped) Assessments
  • ​Mental Health Assessments
Scroll down for more information.

PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENTS (ED PSYCHS) 

A Psychoeducational Assessment Can Help If You
Or Your Child Are:
  • Experiencing difficulty in school
  • Concerned about potential learning disabilities, or
  • Are worried about cognitive functioning and abilities
With in-depth evaluation, individuals are assessed in several ways, including cognition, academics, behaviour, and adaptive abilities. 

This information is analyzed to better explain learning and/or behavioural difficulties.
At Wholeness Psychology Centre, we will support you to be free from the overwhelm and confusion!
Ed Psychs measure and assess:
  • Cognitive processing abilities (in including logical reasoning, memory, attention, and executive functioning)
  • Current level of academic knowledge
  • Social, behavioural, and emotional functioning
  • ​Adaptive abilities 
Ed Psychs also help you get a clear picture of you or your child's strengths and vulnerabilities, then give you a practical path to building on the strengths and overcoming/adapting to the challenges.

For many adults and children, having a psychoeducational assessment is the first step toward receiving recommendations, securing a diagnosis, and accessing a range of timely interventions and support programs.

PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENTS (ED PSYCHS) 

A Psychoeducational Assessment Can Help If You
Or Your Child Are:
  • Experiencing difficulty in school
  • Concerned about potential learning disabilities, or
  • Are worried about cognitive functioning and abilities
With in-depth evaluation, individuals are assessed in several ways, including cognition, academics, behaviour, and adaptive abilities. 

This information is analyzed to better explain learning and/or behavioural difficulties.
At Wholeness Psychology Centre, we will support you to be free from the overwhelm and confusion!
Ed Psychs measure and assess:
  • Cognitive processing abilities (in including logical reasoning, memory, attention, and executive functioning)
  • Current level of academic knowledge
  • Social, behavioural, and emotional functioning
  • ​Adaptive abilities 
Ed Psychs also help you get a clear picture of you or your child's strengths and vulnerabilities, then give you a practical path to building on the strengths and overcoming/adapting to the challenges.

For many adults and children, having a psychoeducational assessment is the first step toward receiving recommendations, securing a diagnosis, and accessing a range of timely interventions and support programs.
BEHAVIOURAL ASSESSMENTS
You might consider a behavioural assessment if you, your family member, or your child is experiencing:
  • Distraction or difficulty staying focused 
  • Avoidance
  • Struggles with memory
  • Anger or aggression
Behavioural assessments study and evaluate an individual's behaviour using various techniques, including observation, interviewing, and standardized assessment.
BEHAVIOURAL ASSESSMENTS
You might consider a behavioural assessment if you, your family member, or your child is experiencing:
  • Distraction or difficulty staying focused 
  • Avoidance
  • Struggles with memory
  • Anger or aggression
Behavioural assessments study and evaluate an individual's behaviour using various techniques, including observation, interviewing, and standardized assessment.
ADHD (ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER) AND BEHAVIOR ASSESSMENTS
ADHD is a brain disorder identified by an ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity. These
patterns interfere with functioning or development at school, work, or relationships.
Understanding your child's needs can make all the difference for their future. 

Symptoms include struggles with focus and concentration, hyperactivity, disorganization, and emotional regulation at school and home.

Individuals may seek out ADHD assessments for several reasons, including:
  • Being referred for assessments by teachers or guidance counsellors who have concerns about a student's performance 
  • Reading about the symptoms of ADHD and recognizing them in your child or yourself. Adults with ADHD may experience similar symptoms at work and home
ADHD assessment is a multi-step process involving clinical examination, interview, behavioural and social observations, and completion of rating scales.

Assessment of ADHD typically includes a comprehensive evaluation of information gathered from several sources, including parents/caregivers, family members, teachers, and partners.

An ADHD assessment can help you secure a diagnosis, 
access medications (if needed), as well as get a range of recommendations to support your success or that of your partner or child.

Autism Assessments

Getting your child assessed for Autism Spectrum Disorder early has significant benefits to your child's development.

It helps you understand your child's needs better, gives you and your child access to important resources, and enables them to get additional academic support.

If you're an adult and suspect you may be on the spectrum, a diagnosis can give you peace of mind and support you in various ways.

AISH (Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped) Assessments

AISH is a provincial support program that provides living and health-related expenses to adults with a disability or ongoing health condition.
AISH assessments are needed to determine the requirements for individuals who may need AISH support.

Autism Assessments

Getting your child assessed for Autism Spectrum Disorder early has significant benefits to your child's development.

It helps you understand your child's needs better, gives you and your child access to important resources, and enables them to get additional academic support.

If you're an adult and suspect you may be on the spectrum, a diagnosis can give you peace of mind and support you in various ways.

AISH (Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped) Assessments

AISH is a provincial support program that provides living and health-related expenses to adults with a disability or ongoing health condition.
AISH assessments are needed to determine the requirements for individuals who may need AISH support.
Mental Health Assessments are often provided when there is a concern that mental health issues significantly affect a person's mental state and/or social, academic, or work performance. Often, the exact nature of the underlying problem is not well understood, or there are conflicting opinions about what is happening and what should be done to help.
The Reasons For Referral Can Be:
  • Unexplainable mood swings
  • Impulsive behaviour
  • ​Aggressive behaviour
  • ​Interpersonal problems
  • ​Adjustment problems (work or school)
Possible Contributing Factors
  • Mood Disorder (Depression or Bipolar)
  • ​Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • ​Psychotic episodes (Schizophrenia)
  • ​History of abuse, neglect, or assault
  • ​Family problems and life stressors
Mental health assessments can provide helpful information and insight into behavioural problems, emotional issues, and cognitive difficulties.

Our psychological assessments can provide a comprehensive analysis and assist with diagnostic clarification and treatment planning.
Mental Health Assessments are often provided when there is a concern that mental health issues significantly affect a person's mental state and/or social, academic, or work performance. Often, the exact nature of the underlying problem is not well understood, or there are conflicting opinions about what is happening and what should be done to help.
The Reasons For Referral Can Be:
  • Unexplainable mood swings
  • Impulsive behaviour
  • ​Aggressive behaviour
  • ​Interpersonal problems
  • ​Adjustment problems (work or school)
Possible Contributing Factors
  • Mood Disorder (Depression or Bipolar)
  • ​Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • ​Psychotic episodes (Schizophrenia)
  • ​History of abuse, neglect, or assault
  • ​Family problems and life stressors
Mental health assessments can provide helpful information and insight into behavioural problems, emotional issues, and cognitive difficulties.

Our psychological assessments can provide a comprehensive analysis and assist with diagnostic clarification and treatment planning.

ARE YOU READY TO BOOK YOUR ASSESSMENT?

All assessments include interviews, developmental history, relevant testing, summative or full write-up,
diagnosis if appropriate, recommendations, and debriefing.
Assessments vary and can be tailored to meet your needs.

Please reach out for a free consultation to
discuss fees, and schedule an appointment.

Or Call: (587) 797-2700
Online, Phone, & In-Office Appointments Available
Find us in Sherwood Park And Across Alberta,
Including Edmonton, Calgary, And Hinton

ARE YOU READY TO BOOK YOUR ASSESSMENT?

All assessments include interviews, developmental history, relevant testing, summative or full write-up,
diagnosis if appropriate, recommendations, and debriefing.
Assessments vary and can be tailored to meet your needs.

Please Reach Out For A Free Consultation To Discuss Fees, And Schedule An Appointment.

Or Call: (587) 797-2700
Online, Phone, & In-Office Appointments Available
Find us in Sherwood Park And Across Alberta, Including Edmonton, Calgary,
And Hinton

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