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Gold standard evaluations conducted in the comfort of your home


Licensed Psychologist in Texas providing in-home learning disability and ADHD assessment in the Frisco/Plano area

​Comprehensive evaluations for children, adolescents, and young adults who are experiencing learning and/or attentional challenges

Why choose this practice?


Thorough evaluations of the highest quality performed by an experienced practitioner.


Save time and energy by completing testing right at home.


Set yourself/your child up for success by testing in familiar surroundings.


Psychoeducational Evaluation

Entrusting a provider with your child’s care is something that no parent takes lightly. My goals during this process are to help you feel at ease, ensure you understand what the evaluation entails, make your child feel comfortable, and provide the results in a way that helps you and your child better understand their strengths and challenges.

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The first step of the process is the parent consultation. In this meeting, I will learn more about your needs, and we will determine whether an evaluation is a good fit for you. When the answer is yes, we will schedule a parent meeting so that I can learn more about your child’s history and what brought you to seek an evaluation.



I will take the information from our conversations and any materials you have shared with me and create a personalized testing plan for your child based on his/her/their needs, which I will share with you. Testing may involve cognitive, academic, and neuropsychological tests, as well as questionnaires that you, your child, and perhaps your child’s teacher will be asked to complete. This plan is a starting point for my work with your child and may be further tailored as testing progresses and strengths and vulnerabilities come to light. I want testing to be a positive experience for your child. They will receive a lot of positive feedback, encouragement, and reassurance. We will take breaks (as many as they need!) that will include whatever activity they need to recharge- whether it is a snack, a game, quiet time, or conversation. 

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Once testing is completed, I will take all of the information I have gathered, analyze it, and compile it into a thorough and detailed report. We will meet in person to discuss the results and ensure you understand them, and I will answer all of your questions and give you a copy of the report. If questions come up after our meeting, you can always give me a call to discuss.

About Me

Hello, I'm Dr. Edwards


Cornell University

Bachelor of Science

Human Biology, Health and Society

Columbia University

Doctor of Philosophy

School Psychology

I would love to share a bit about me and my background. I received my bachelor of science degree from Cornell University, followed by my graduate studies in the School Psychology program at Teachers College, Columbia University, an APA accredited program where I earned my Ph.D. I trained in a variety of settings, including a public school, a charter school, a special education school, outpatient clinics, and an inpatient hospital.


Subsequent to receiving my doctorate, I worked as a psychologist at an outpatient clinic serving people with developmental disabilities and their families. Here I had the opportunity to provide psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults, along with their families, as well as help clients and their families gain access to a wealth of services through psychological evaluations. Assessment ended up being a large component of my responsibilities at this clinic, and my passion for helping students understand their learning styles and make sense of their learning difficulties was solidified.


I began my private practice consulting within a clinic that provided psychoeducational evaluations investigating cognitive, academic, social-emotional, and attentional functioning. Here I conducted comprehensive evaluations for elementary to college-aged students with an array of concerns and worked with parents to help them understand their child’s functioning and how to move forward with the recommendations we provided. Most recently, I was Director of Psychology at a company providing remote psychoeducational evaluations. There I was responsible for clinical quality, overseeing the work of over 70 psychologists performing our evaluations. 


Evaluation fees range from $2800 -$4000.


With the information gathered during the consultation, an appropriate battery of tests for your evaluation will be determined. The fee is inclusive of the entire process, including the intake interview, review of records, testing sessions, scoring/interpretation/analysis of results, report, feedback session, and travel.

Clients are often reimbursed from their FSA/HSA to cover evaluation costs. 


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