Psych-ed Assessment for University and College 

Post-Secondary Psychoeducational Assessment (University & College students)

Often students seek a psychoeducational assessment because they are struggling in college or university with problems that have either never been assessed or were assessed a long time ago.  In order to receive academic accommodations in University or College, an updated psychoeducational assessment is usually required.


Psychoeducational Assessment is an evaluation of an individual's intellectual and academic skills and processes related to learning (memory, processing speed, fine-motor control) using a standard battery of tests. As part of our comprehensive psychoeducational assessment, ADHD will be assessed at no extra cost if attention problems are present.


What is the process of a Psychoeducational Assessment?

Before the first session, we will send you a background questionnaire to complete prior to your assessment. Other elements of the assessment include:


What is the outcome of a Psychoeducational Assessment?


Following the assessment, the psychologist meets with you to verbally review the results, recommendations, and next steps. This meeting typically lasts under an hour. You are also provided with a detailed, comprehensive report outlining all the results and recommendations.


Our fee for a psychoeducational assessment is $4000 (ranging to $4500 depending on complexity).