Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is an evidence-based practice taking about 16 to 20 weeks/sessions on average. PCIT has been extensively researched and increases connection and communication between you and your child. It provides parents tools to manage disruptive and challenging behaviors.
Why is testing helpful?Psychological and neuropsychological tests are not one-size-fits-all. Psychologists pick and choose a specific set of assessments and tests for each individual client. Neuropsychological testing isn't like taking a multiple-choice exam that you either pass or fail. Rather, psychologists use information from the various tests and assessments to reach a specific diagnosis and develop a treatment plan. Abilities measured can include: Cognitive Functioning Social and Communicative Behaviors Memory and Learning Academic Functioning Receptive and Expressive Language Visual-Spatial Processing Pragmatic Language Fine Motor Skills and Sensory Processing Attention and Executive Function Social and Emotional Functioning Adaptive Skills Developmental Functioning