Mental Health Testing and Assessments
Anxiety and Depression Screening:
Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI): The BAI is a brief assessment measure used to assess the level and severity of anxiety symptoms in adults. This assessment can be used with individuals 17 through 80 years old.
Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI-II): The BDI-II can be used to assess the severity of depression symptoms in individuals who are 13 through 80 years old.
We offer several types of testing and assessments for both children and adults. Some of these assessments are covered by insurance and others are self-pay. Read about the variety of tests below. For additional questions, don't hesitate to contact us at (270) 904-5104.
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD):
Conners 3rd Edition (Conners 3): The Conners 3 is a comprehensive assessment for school-age children primarily used to assist in diagnostic formulation for ADHD. This assessment can address comorbid disorders, such as oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder, and helps to identify children with clinical symptoms in educational settings. This Conners 3 is administered to the parents and teachers of children and adolescents who are between the ages of 6 and 18.
Autism Spectrum Disorder:
Gilliam Autism Rating Scale (GARS-3): The GARS-3 is one of the most widely used assessment instruments for autism spectrum disorder. This instrument the clinician, parents, and teachers in identifying Autism in individuals, as well as provides an estimate of its severity. The GARS-3 can be used in individuals ages 3 through 22 years old.
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2-Restructured Form (MMPI-2-RF): This personality assessment provides data for the clinician to use for diagnosing mental disorders and identifying specific problem areas, and aids in the treatment planning process. The MMPI-2-RF can be administered to adults age 18 and over.
Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI): The PAI is an assessment instrument used to comprehensively assess psychopathology in adults. This assessment provides important information for clinical diagnosis and treatment planning in individuals aged 18 to 89 years old. The PAI uses 11 Clinical Scales to assess for disorders in three broad categories: those within the psychotic spectrum, those within the neurotic spectrum, and those associated with behavior disorder or impulse control.
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