At Bridgewater Psychology & Learning Center, collaboration is key. Dr. Woomert will work directly with you, your child, and your family to examine your needs, history, and goals in order to develop a clear action plan to help guide your child to success.
Bridgewater’s psychological and psychoeducational evaluations include cognitive testing and assessment for:
- Academic achievement
- Memory & Learning
- Executive Functioning
- Language Development
- Fine Motor
- Psychosocial (Anxiety, Depression, Trauma)
- Neurodiversity (Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia)
- Twice Exceptional ‘2E’
Bridgewater offers various assessment appointment types based on your individual needs.
If you aren’t exactly sure what service you or your child is seeking, Dr. Woomert is here to help! A brief evaluation is an opportunity to express your concerns about you or your child. Dr. Woomert will ask relevant questions to make an initial assessment plan and provide you with a brief evaluation, which might not yet be diagnostic. This process may take between 45 minutes to 1 hour.
Using all information provided by you and/or your child, this type of evaluation effectively addresses all of your concerns and will provide you with guidance for a recommended course of action. Upon your approval, Dr. Woomert will collaborate with teachers, school teams, and/or educational consultants to ensure she has the perspectives of those who know you or your child best in order to provide excellent, well-rounded care.
Diagnostic interviews provide an opportunity to share your or your child’s symptoms, which will help Dr. Woomert make an adequate diagnosis. This process may take between 1-2 hours.
This type of comprehensive evaluation includes a thorough assessment of your current concerns while taking into account your child’s developmental history. Using standardized testing measures, Dr. Woomert will be able to provide you with observations and recommendations according to the latest research in psychology and education. You will be provided with tools and a comprehensive report that will guide and support you and your child to move forward and improve their lives.
When the evaluation is complete, you can expect to have:
- Data outlining your child’s strengths and weaknesses
- Diagnostic clarification
- Recommendations for home and school
- Referrals for other services, if applicable
- Consultation between Bridgewater providers and other providers/school personnel, if desired