Center for Psychological and Educational Assessment

Center for Psychological and Educational Assessment

UPDATED: May 15, 2019

All of our clinicians have a minimum of 15 years experience working with children and/or adults with a variety of abilities and are well-versed in differential diagnosis for children on the spectrum and with other developmental issues. We personally tailor assessments to tap the strengths and weaknesses of individuals dependent upon the referral questions, interpret test results for parents and students, and in provide specific recommendations for intervention. In addition, we feel it is important that our experienced clinicians personally administer all assessment instruments in order to observe your child across a variety of measures; we do not utilize interns or testing technicians. This allows us to provide more personal service to you and your child, and assures you that a clinician with extensive experience handles all parts of the evaluation. Our psychologists are trained in administration of the ADOS-2, the "gold standard" for autism assessment.

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Center for Psychological and Educational Assessment
54 South Ave
Marietta, GA 30060
United States






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