Psychological Assessment
  • Psychological Assessment is the process of administration of a psychological battery of tests, which are “an objective and standardized measure of a sample of behavior”.
  • The individual’s performance on pre-established standardized assessment tasks on the items produces a final test score. Assessment of Intelligence is usually done for assessment of intellectual disability pertaining to school children in order to identify their Intellectual Functioning and for job evaluations. It gives us the insight to improve their cognitive abilities, such as memory, attention, language, decision making, and reasoning.
  • Psychological assessment is a process of testing that uses a combination of techniques to help arrive at some hypotheses about a person and their score on a well-constructed test is believed to reflect a psychological construct such as achievement in a school subject, cognitive ability, aptitude, emotional functioning, personality, etc.
  • V-COPE offers Psychological testing service performed by our team lead who is a renowned certified and licensed Clinical Psychologist.
  • Clinical Psychologists are the only professionally authenticated persons who can perform, interpret psychological assessment tests and issue reports. Intelligence assessments and its scores help clinical psychologists make recommendations about the kind of teaching that will benefit a child.
  • A Learning Disability (LD) can cause a person to have difficulty in specific areas of learning, including reading, written expression, and mathematics.
  • The Spectrum of LD includes Dysgraphia a writing disability in which they find themselves hard to form letters,  Dyslexia or reading disability – they have trouble understanding written words, Auditory – sensory disabilities, Dyscalculia -a mathematical disability – they find difficulty in solving arithmetic problems.
  • These LD kids will have issues with gross motor, fine motor coordination, and social interaction. Undiagnosed and unaddressed Learning disabilities can affect children and adults and will have influence in school, family, and workplace.
  • V-COPE psychological assessment services help in identifying and diagnosing a specific neurodevelopmental disorder (e.g., ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, etc.) and psychiatric disorder (mood or anxiety disorder, psychotic and personality disorders, etc.). These evaluations involve obtaining a detailed history of the patient’s developmental, medical, social, school, and psychological functioning along with behavioral observations and a series of parents, teacher, or self-report measures, personality tests, and measure of cognitive functioning too. These Psychological evaluations include assessing the emotional, behavioral, and social functioning of an individual.