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  • Where are you licensed?
    I am licensed in Texas and New York and located in Texas, DFW area. The primary service I provide is in-person testing, though I will consider remote testing for New York clients on a case-by-case basis. If you are in New York and interested in my services, please reach out so that we can determine if remote testing would be a good fit.
  • Do you take insurance?
    No, I am not credentialed with any insurance companies and accept private pay only. The biggest reason is that this allows the opportunity to provide the most comprehensive and personalized evaluation, which is my top priority for my clients. If we determine during our consultation that we are a good fit for each other, we can discuss various payment options.
  • How long will it take to receive the report?
    Once testing is complete, the report will be ready and the feedback parent meeting will take place within three weeks.
  • Do you guarantee a diagnosis?
    No, I cannot guarantee that your child will be given a specific diagnosis or that any diagnosis will be identified. Diagnosis is determined based on data collected during the evaluation, including the parent interview, test data, observations, and questionnaires.
  • What happens if my child does not meet criteria for a diagnosis?
    Whether your child receives a diagnosis or not, I will explain the findings, including your child’s strengths and vulnerabilities. Recommendations and referrals for additional services will be provided for every evaluation, not only those that include a diagnosis!
  • Where will testing take place?
    During my work with a company that performs remote psychoeducational assessment, I learned that clients value being able to complete testing, a novel activity that can be anxiety provoking for some, in the comfort of their homes. To combine this benefit with the benefits of in-person testing, I will come to you and test your child in your home (DFW area). All we need is a quiet room with a door that closes, and I'll take care of the rest.
  • What happens if my child gets tired/has trouble paying attention during testing?
    This is not unusual, and the short answer is that I will accommodate their needs. We'll take more breaks, engage in some enjoyable activities in between subtests, and we may even cut the session short and schedule an additional brief session to make up the time. Flexibility is key! We want your child to be able to perform to the best of their ability, so creating conditions that allow for that is a priority.
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