Psychological Testing, Ages 7-22
At The Pratt Center, we have specialized in psychological testing and school meetings since 2000. When a child is inattentive, anxious, depressed or struggling to learn, parents may feel unsure of the best ways to help.
Through psychological testing, we guide parents toward a greater understanding of the issues and effective solutions.
Dr. Brendan Pratt is a licensed psychologist who is qualified to give diagnoses, including specific learning disabilities (e.g., dyslexia), attention issues (ADHD), depression, anxiety and autism spectrum disorder.
"Wow. Cannot say enough good things about Dr. Brendan Pratt. Forthright, patient, insightful, helpful, funny, balanced, compassionate..."
"Dr. Brendan Pratt... comes with our highest recommendation. I have just come home from an IEP meeting at my son's 9th grade school. It went incredibly well, thanks to the fantastic evaluation written by Dr. Pratt. The school psychologist said at our meeting that Dr. Pratt's report was one of the best he has ever seen."
"Dr. Pratt is incredibly effective and professional but at the same time, very kind and caring... Dr. Pratt was helpful beyond words."
Reviews were submitted to our website from anonymous former clients.
Dr. Pratt Attends School Meetings
If your child begins to struggle in school, psychological testing is generally the first step in clarifying your child's needs. The results are often discussed at a school meeting, such as an IEP team meeting or a 504 meeting.
We take pride in our comprehensive, practical and compassionate approach to psychological testing. We want to make sure that parents and teachers understand the results and can use them to support your child.
Learn more about psychological testing and school meetings:
- Psychological testing overview
- Comprehensive testing
- We do not accept insurance
- Cost of psychological testing
- Dr. Pratt attends school meetings
- Directions to The Pratt Center
- Bay Area Special Needs Schools
"I have referred university students to Dr. Pratt on numerous occasions, and always found him to be highly collaborative, thorough, professional, and capable of handling sensitive situations with the appropriate care..."
-- Laurel Weeks, M.A., Office of Accessible Education, Stanford University
Dr. Brendan Pratt:
Licensed Psychologist PSY17794
The Pratt Center: A Professional
Questions about psychological testing may be directed to:Misha Siegel-Rivers, M.A.