Want to learn more about Psychological Testing, check out this presentation from Dr. Fagan and a colleague, Dr. Jasmine Tyson


Assessment Information:

Dr. Fagan offers a variety of other psychological assessments:

Common Concerns for Referral:

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Executive Functioning Concerns
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Academic Recommendations and Support
  • Behavioral or Social Problems
  • Emotional Issues (Depression, Anxiety, etc.)
  • Gifted Program Eligibility
  • Psychological Factors Tied to Medical Conditions
  • Learning/Processing Problems
  • Parent-Child Relationship Concerns
  • Eating Disorders

*Pricing varies based on assessment.

Dr. Fagan offers assessments for children as young as six years old and adults. Understanding if your child could benefit from a psychoeducational assessment is essential for their well-being. Here are some simple cues to help you decide:

Referrals from Professionals: If your pediatrician, physician, school, or other professionals express concern, it might be time for an assessment.

Notable Changes: Have you observed significant shifts in your child’s behavior, academics, or social interactions? An assessment can provide valuable insights.

If any of these sound familiar, Dr. Fagan is here to make the assessment process straightforward and supportive. Your child’s well-being is our top priority. Feel free to reach out with any questions or uncertainties—guidance is just a click away.

For questions about the testing and pricing or to discuss further, please schedule a consultation call.

Psychoeducational Evaluations:

Welcome to the comprehensive Psychoeducational Evaluation process, designed to provide a thorough understanding of cognitive, academic, emotional, and behavioral functioning for individuals or students. Here’s a detailed overview of the process:

Assessment Overview:
A Psychoeducational Evaluation typically spans 4-6 hours of in-person testing, which can be split between two days or completed in one day based on prior discussion and preferences. Once testing concludes, you’ll receive a comprehensive psychological evaluation and a detailed report. A 50-60 minute feedback session will be scheduled to provide insights and recommendations based on the report and evaluation.

Timeline and Fees:
Expect the full psychological report within 3-4 weeks after completing the in-person testing. The cost for a complete Psychoeducational Evaluation is $2500, with a $1250 deposit due at the first testing date. The remaining $1250 is payable at the feedback session.

Dr. Fagan operates as an out-of-network provider, and charges are billed directly. To facilitate the reimbursement process, Dr. Fagan provides superbills – detailed medical bills that you can submit to your insurance company. Reimbursement rates are contingent upon your specific health insurance provider and plan and should be verified by the client/ client guardian.

For added convenience, Dr. Fagan accepts payments through HSA (Health Savings Account) for both individual therapy and testing/assessment services. This approach is designed to offer flexibility and support in navigating the financial aspects of your mental healthcare journey.

Before Your Appointment:
You’ll receive intake forms virtually prior to our scheduled in-person testing appointment. These forms, completed with your electronic signature for consent, are necessary before our first virtual clinical interview session or testing date.

Outlined Steps:
1. Clinical interview with the student/client [60-90 minute session]
2. Separate clinical interview with you (and other parent(s) or guardian(s)) [60-minute session]
3. Additional clinical assessments and evaluations (can be assessed virtually) [1-2 hours approximately]
4. Psychoeducational testing (in-person) [4-6 hours of testing]
5. Feedback session with a formal report and clinical indications [50-60 minutes session]

General Assessments that may be used are listed below:

  • Wechsler Intelligence Scale For Children, Fifth Edition (WISC-V)
  • Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Fourth Edition
  • Woodcock-Johnson IV Normative Update Tests of Achievement
  • Conners Continuous Performance Test -3rd Edition (CPT3)
  • Brown Executive Functioning Attention Scales- Parent Report Form Adolescent
  • Brown Executive Functioning Attention Scales- Self Report Form Adolescent
  • Behavior Assessment System for Children, Third edition (BASC-3) Teacher Rating Scale
  • Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory, Second Edition
  • Beck Youth Inventories, Second Edition (BYI-2)
  • Patient Health Questionnaire 9
  • Generalized Anxiety Seven Item Scale
  • Clinical Interview
  • Parent interview

While the provided list is not exhaustive, please feel free to reach out to Dr. Fagan with any inquiries about specific tests – your questions are encouraged. This process is meticulously crafted by Dr. Fagan to be individually tailored, guaranteeing a thorough and insightful evaluation. It serves as a compass, guiding individuals and families toward well-informed decisions and tailored support based on their unique needs. Your curiosity and engagement in this process are valued, and Dr. Fagan is here to provide clarity and assistance.