Virtual Assessment

All psychological assessment, including full neurocognitive and psychoeducational assessment, are now available virtually for clients who reside outside the Austin area.

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*Please note, we do not accept insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid as a form of payment. Our assessments can range in price depending on the type of evaluation performed, and payment in full is due after your initial assessment interview. We will provide you with a price quote prior to booking your initial assessment interview. In some cases, alternative payment options may be available.

Assessment services for clients at all educational levels:

Elementary school, middle school, high school, college, and graduate school

Our team uses evidence-based methods developed by psychologists for diagnostic clarification and treatment planning.

Our psychoeducational and neurocognitive assessment aim to:

  • Identify clinical diagnoses
  • Assess the need for accommodations
  • Support the process of acquiring disability services
  • Provide guidance for tutoring and test preparation
  • Provide recommendations to other providers

What does a full psychological test battery entail?

Clinical Interview

This is a meeting conducted with one of our assessment clinicians designed to gather information about the reason for pursuing an assessment, presenting problems, and client history. After this interview, our staff will collect relevant medical records (e.g. past testing reports) to gain a comprehensive understanding of the client’s history.


The assessment consists of the client meeting with one of our experienced psychometrists who will administer the neuropsychological, psychoeducational, and/or emotional-personality tests. This process usually takes 4 to 6 hours and may involve two days of testing depending on the age and clinical presentation of the client. This process can be conducted at our office or virtually for out-of-state clients.


One to two weeks after an assessment the client will receive verbal and/or written feedback. This feedback will explain any diagnoses that were made and what academic and treatment approaches are recommended. Common recommendations include academic accommodations; tutoring and learning strategies; and pharmaceutical or psychotherapy recommendations. Ultimately, a report will be issued that can be given to schools, colleges, test companies, physicians, and therapists.

In addition to broader psychoeducational and neuropsychological testing batteries, we offer smaller batteries to answer more focused referral questions.

These include:

ADHD test batteries for adults

Autism batteries for adults

Mental fitness and fitness for duty testing

Veteran psychological disability testing