top of page


Psychoeducational Testing

Psychoeducational testing is available for suspected disability or learning challenges relating to:​

  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD)

  • Specific Learning Disabilities (ex: dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia)

  • Psychological processing deficits (ex: working memory, visuospatial, longterm retrieval)

  • Issues pertaining to L2 acquisition or academic language proficiency

  • Socioemotional/behavioral challenges 

  • Autism


Consultation is available for parents, educators and school districts:

  • Working with school teams to develop multitiered systems of support (MTSS) using Best Practices such as Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

  • Helping parents to better understand education language and processes, and how to navigate systems of support within the schools and community

  • Attending IEP meetings to advocate for measurable, strength-based goals & evidence based practices

  • Collaborate with and/or make referrals to other specialists (ex: SLP, OT, LMFT, etc.)​ 

  • Consult with school teams to identify appropriate supports for culturally and linguistically diverse learners

Professional Development

Trainings available to whole staff, special education teams, or specific case consultation:

  • Overview of scientifically research- based practices for dyslexia & reading instruction for English vs Spanish speaking students

  • Overview of second language acquisition and natural development of cognitive academic language proficiency

  • Support for developing or improving inclusive practices at your site

  • Review evidence based supports and ideal learning environments for neurodivergent learners

Additional Consultation Services

Executive Functioning Support

Executive function skills enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and manage multiple tasks. Children with executive dysfunction often benefit from strategies to support their particular area of inefficiency. Consultation or "tutoring" in EF may include the following supports:

  • Learn to analyze a task

  • Plan how to address the task

  • Organize the steps needed to carry out the task

  • Develop timelines for completing the task

  • Adjust or shift the steps, if needed, to complete the task

  • Complete the task in a timely way

Bar Chart

Independent Educational Evaluation 

An IEE is a type of private evaluation. This term comes from the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. An IEE occurs when a school is evaluating a child for services and a second opinion from a neutral party, outside of the school, is needed. An IEE can be a valuable tool for parents and school staff when used to determine a child's educational needs.

bottom of page