In completing psychological testing, we promise to...
Have only licensed psychologists with doctoral degrees administer psychological tests
Complete psychological testing of intelligence, academic skills, attention, anxiety, depression, memory and other areas based on your child's needs
Provide a psychological testing report that is concise, practical and easy to read
Avoid conflicts of interest and maintain financial independence from schools
Help school staff to understand your child's needs at SST, 504 and IEP meetings
Treat personal information about your family with respect and follow all laws regarding confidentiality
Help you and your child to feel safe and comfortable throughout the psychological testing sessions
Document your child’s strengths, accomplishments and interests
Carefully review school records and previous psychological assessments
Administer only the most current psychological tests that match your child’s needs
Answer your questions in a thorough, honest and compassionate manner
Document the educational impact of issues on your child's daily life
Respect differences including those based on age, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, religion and sexual orientation
Work only within our scope of competence and refer to other providers when appropriate
Collaborate with other professionals who work with your child
Maintain all clinical records for seven years or until your child is twenty-five years old, whichever is later
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