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Psychological Assessments

Psychological assessments can help you get clarity on the mental health conditions that you may be dealing with. Getting diagnostic clarification can help you understand the symptoms and underlying causes impacting your thoughts, feelings and behaviours, and ensure you are provided with the most suitable treatment.

Our psychology team can assess for the following conditions:

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Borderline Personality Disorder

Mood Disorders (e.g. Depression, Bipolar Disorder)

Anxiety Disorders (e.g. Generalized Anxiety, OCD, Social Anxiety)

PTSD and Trauma-Related Disorders

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Why seek an assessment?

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You may benefit from a psychologist assessment if you:

🔹  Are seeking greater understanding of the symptoms impacting your overall wellbeing and quality of life.

🔹  Want to confirm a diagnosis and determine possible psychotherapy or medication treatment options that may benefit you most.

🔹  Require a confirmed diagnosis for your employment or academic institution.

🔹  Wish to measure unhelpful patterns that interfere with obtaining your life goals and evaluate the outcomes in your treatment. 

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The Process

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1. Assessment

Meet with our registered psychologist twice (two-hours each session) where your assessment will take place.

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2. Self-Reports

Complete take-home self-report measures to help inform the assessment.

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3. Diagnosis

Our registered psychologist will evaluate the results and prepare a report confirming your diagnosis.

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4. Feedback

Attend a final one-hour appointment to obtain your report and receive feedback on the outcome of the assessment.

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​For those only seeking a clinical impression of their symptoms from our registered psychologist, you may request an abbreviated assessment. This option is suitable for those not requiring a formal diagnosis or report with your psychological assessment results.

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