Psycho-diagnostic Assessment for children, adolescents, and adults

Common diagnostic queries include anxiety, depression, ADHD, and OCD.

A psycho-diagnostic assessment is useful in identifying (or ruling-out) significant emotional and/or behavioural concerns that interfere with an individual’s daily functioning. Psychologists are highly trained and licensed to assess and make formal diagnoses related to mental health issues. It is particularly helpful in guiding an individual’s course of treatment and therapy. Depending on the type of concern and the client, this type of assessment can involve up to 2 or 3 sessions of clinical interviewing and questionnaires to be completed by the client (for children, this may include questionnaires for parents and/or teachers as well).