Helping You, To Help Them

Helping You, To Help Them

Remote Assessments and Services

PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENTS

In conjunction with our clinical partners, we provide face to face and remote consultation and psycho-educational assessments which helps determine the child’s strengths and challenges in various skill areas.

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT

The ReMynd remote speech and language evaluation utilizes formal and informal procedures to establish a baseline of the child’s communication skills and abilities and to determine the best course of treatment.

ADHD ASSESSMENTS AND COACHING

The ReMynd ADHD Assessment, Consultation, and Treatment Program serves children, adolescents, and young adults (ages 2 to 22) demonstrating behavioral problems consistent with a diagnosis of ADHD— Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

ACADEMIC SKILLS ASSESSMENTS

A Tool To Help Students, Parents And Educators Better Understand And Use The key Academic Functions Of English

EMPLOYEE RISK ASSESSMENTS

Extensive research over the last 100 years has indicated that tests of cognitive ability and personality are among the most effective predictors of workplace performance outcomes.

COUNSELING SUPPORT

Online counseling is the same as face-to-face counseling and allows the client to be able to have sessions in the comfort of their home. Many areas are still experiencing lockdowns and the need to show a negative COVID test result before entering buildings, schools and even whole communities.

PARENT CONSULTATIONS

Parent Consultations are for parents who are looking to learn, understand and work on their parenting skills with their children. We provide a supportive environment for parents to learn how to parent their unique child, navigate differences in parenting approaches, or help parents of blended and/or multicultural families navigate the challenges that arise as their families change.

EXECUTIVE FUNCTION CLASSES

If we know that boosting executive functioning skills can help reduce the barriers to success
for many students, then why don’t we spend time teaching these behaviors at a young age?

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