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Psychoeducational Testing

Psychoeducational provides in-depth assessment of a child’s cognitive, academic, attentional, and behavioral development. The goal is to provide parents, schools, and your child with a clear picture of strengths, areas of difficulty, and ways to utilize their strengths to support their ongoing academic and social-emotional development. Psychoeducational testing will evaluate for underlying attentional, developmental, executive functioning, or learning disabilities. Further, Dr. Gray creates customized recommendations for school and home settings to create a specific treatment plan for your child.

Dr. Gray also offers comprehensive evaluations, which include a full psychoeducational assessment battery (e.g., assessing development of cognitive abilities, academic knowledge/skills, and attentional/executive functioning), and also includes social-emotional assessment (e.g., assessing mood, anxiety, behavior, stress/coping) to determine relationships among potential learning or attention difficulties and social-emotional factors. For example, evaluation can assess potential role of depression, anxiety, processing difficulties, learning difficulties, and/or ADHD impacting academic performance.


  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Executive Functioning Deficits

  • Reading & Learning Disabilities (including Dyslexia and Dysgraphia)

  • Cognitive Functioning

  • Cognitive Testing (i.e., IQ testing)

  • Behavior Problems

  • Mood and Anxiety Disorders

  • Comprehensive Testing (examining the relationship among cognition, learning, social, emotional & behavioral factors and how these factors impact achievement, psychological well-being, and quality of life)

  • Admissions testing (for independent school admissions)

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