IQ Tests for Teens

IQ Tests for Teens

In simple terms, IQ testing is the measure of intelligence. Alfred Binet, an early clinician, used many previous tests to form the basis for his own standardized tests to identify learning impairments in Parisian children during the 1900’s. Since then, there’s been much debate over what IQ tests should be measuring and if the test […]

Adult Children Won’t Leave Home

Adult Children Won’t Leave Home

Parents look forward to every milestone in their children’s lives. From the arrival of a child’s first tooth to their first and last days of school, children are moving closer towards independence with every passing day. Each phase is exciting, and maybe a bit somber, as they leave their childhood days behind. But when adult […]

Children with Autism and Anxiety

Children with Autism and Anxiety

The autism community estimates that children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnosis have co-occurring disorders at a rate of 70-84%. However, other needs related to social-emotional functioning and learning often go undetected because the autism diagnosis is the primary focus of intervention. While these children may be receiving excellent support for their ASD-related behaviors, […]

Psychoeducational Testing at Schools

Psychoeducational Testing at Schools

After carefully reviewing your child’s homework assignments and test grades, you notice that he or she just isn’t grasping some of the concepts in reading, writing or math. There seems to be little or no progress and you’ve been up at night worrying about your child falling behind. This might be a good time to […]