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Psychological Testing

Test Categories


Achievement and Aptitude

We use the Wechsler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT-III). This test is generally used for educational and employment purposes. Achievement and aptitude tests attempt to measure how much you know about a given subject or your capacity for learning that subject, such as spelling or math. These tests are particularly useful in helping to determine the presence of learning disorder.



We use the Wechsler Intelligence tests (WPPSI-III), (WISC-IV), (WAIS-IV), and the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, Second Edition (Vineland-II). While sometimes referred to as an IQ test, these tests attempt to measure your basic ability to understand the world around you, interpret its meaning, and apply this knowledge to enhance the quality of your life. It is a measure of your “potential” to learn, not how “smart” you are. The test used is generally determined by the age and functioning of the client. Ages range from 2 1/2 to 95.


Abbreviated Neuropsychological

We use the Wechsler Memory Scale (WMS-IV) and the Kaufman (KSNAP). These tests are used to measure deficits in cognitive functioning, such as your ability to think, speak, reason, etc. that may have been impaired as a result of some sort of brain damage, such as a stroke or a brain injury.



We use the Connors – II for ADHD testing. This objective test with clinical interviews helps to determines if disruptions in functioning are related to ADHD or if it can be ruled out as the diagnosis.



The most used personality tests are the Millon (MCMI-III), and the MMPI-II and other more subjective tests. These tests are designed to identify your personality style and any possible disorders or other psychological issues. These tests can be extremely helpful for clinical diagnosis.



Clinical tests are used to measure specific clinical issues, such as your current level of anxiety, depression, anger, malingering, addictions, autism and others.



The usefulness of psychological testing depends not only on the test being given, but also the willingness of the person being tested to be truthful and honest in their answers. The test by itself assesses and evaluates the information being provided, therefore, at some level it is only as accurate as that information.


In combination with a clinical interview, a professionally trained psychologist can identify inconsistencies in responses and pinpoint problems. Approaching any psychological test carefully and seriously will ultimately help the Counselor help you.


Contact us here, by email at, or by phone at (863) 709-8110. If you have any questions about Psychological testing please feel free to contact us today, we are located in Lakeland Florida.


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