Our psychologists, social workers, and other mental health providers offer comprehensive psychological testing and psychological assessment for mental health issues at the U-M Psychological Clinic. We provide standardized, state-of-the-art psychological tests to determine levels of psychological functioning. Depending on the nature of your concerns, we can provide evaluations to assess cognitive ability, learning disorders, psychological disorders or personality issues, attention problems, and couples’ issues. We utilize a bio-psycho-social model of assessment and intervention for a wide range of psychological problems, such as
- depression in adults,
- anxiety in adults,
- traumatic stress,
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD),
- work and academic adjustment problems, and
- relational difficulties.
Planning Treatment After Psychological Assessment
We use analyses of our clients’ psychological assessment results to determine their diagnoses and plans for treatment. During treatment planning, we utilize a range of evidence-based psychotherapies that are tailored to meet individual needs. Treatments are provided by our psychologists and/or social workers who are trained in these various interventions.
We also provide consultations with our staff psychiatrist as needed. Additionally, we can assist in sending information to employers or schools to receive appropriate accommodations. If we feel that your concerns or needs would be better addressed elsewhere, we will make the appropriate referrals to get you the help you need.
How much do psychological tests at the U-M Psychological Clinic cost?
Please visit our Fees & Insurance section for more information on the cost and insurance policies associated with utilizing our testing services. Evaluating your situation is the first step toward getting the right help for your specific needs, so don’t hesitate to make your appointment with us.