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Psychological Evaluation


If your child’s teachers, tutor, or other educational specialist has suggested a psychological evaluation for your child, you may be wondering what that is, why it is being recommended, and how it may help. Psychological evaluations provide valuable learning information specific to your child. It is a multi-method process covering cognitive, academic, social, emotional, and attentional processing and their strengths and weaknesses. If your child is struggling, this helps to give valuable insight about how to help them be their most successful self. In addition to teacher and educational input, if you notice your child struggling significantly, a psychological evaluation can offer welcomed insight to guide and inform important educational considerations. You will receive a comprehensive report that details important recommendations for school and home interventions that will help your child develop to their fullest potential.

*Champion supports both adolescent and adult assessments. Read more below.

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Evaluations can cover most - if not all - of the below skills and competencies:

  • Cognitive processing

  • Reading

  • Reading comprehension

  • Written expression

  • Math skills

  • Listening skills

  • Spelling

  • Attention

  • Focus

  • Emotional development

  • Social development

  • Memory

  • School consultation/observation

  • Exam accommodations

  • Handwriting

Adult ADHD Assessment

Most adults who seek an evaluation for ADHD experience significant problems in one or more areas of living. The following are some of the most common problems:

  • Inconsistent performance in jobs or careers; losing or quitting jobs frequently

  • History of academic and/or career underachievement

  • Poor ability to manage day-to-day responsibilities, such as completing household chores, maintenance tasks, paying bills or organizing things

  • Relationship problems due to not completing tasks

  • Forgetting important things or getting upset easily over minor things

  • Chronic stress and worry due to failure to accomplish goals and meet responsibilities

  • Chronic and intense feelings of frustration, guilt or blame

An adult assessment for ADHD typically takes at least two office visits to ensure a comprehensive assessment. This includes a thorough diagnostic interview, information from independent sources such as the spouse or other family members, DSM-5 symptom checklists, standardized behavior rating scales for ADHD and other types of psychometric testing as deemed necessary. 


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Champion’s Educational Psychologists work together in support of the comprehensive and complex process of psychological evaluations and interpretation. They are members of the National Association of School Psychologists (USA), the American Psychological Association (APA), and the Singapore Psychological Society (SPS), and have proven track records of assessing and formulating strategies and interventions for thousands of students with diverse learning profiles. They also have extensive experience in assessing and working with students with attention-deficit learning differences, anxiety, and depression.


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What is a Psychological Evaluation?

A psychological evaluation is a group of assessments given to students to better understand their learning profile. It gives valuable information on how people learn, and their strengths and weaknesses. A psych-ed evaluation has four different areas that provide context: norm referenced or standardized assessments, interviews, behavioral observations and informal assessment procedures.


Additional assessments, should they be deemed necessary, are available. They include assessments measuring neuropsychological deficits fitting within the school neuropsychological conceptual model of assessment.

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