Domestic Violence Assessments
This assessment is to evaluate the level of danger an individual could be in from a family member, loved one, or acquaintance. Domestic violence can include any neglect, abuse, threats, harassment, destructive behaviors, and other emotional or physical harm.
This assessment consists of a clinical interview, standardized measures, and/or behavioral observations designed to gather an in-depth understanding of the nature of the traumatic events and the effects of those events. By completely evaluating the child's traumatic event and effects, we can create a treatment plan and evaluate success overtime.
Assessment of ADHD typically involves the comprehensive evaluation of information gathered from a number of sources, including parents, family members, teachers, and friends (depending on the age of the patient).