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Psychoeducational Assessments

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learning disability, ADHD or Dyslexia

It’s common for children to encounter issues or struggle at school occasionally. However if your child continues to struggle it could be rooted in something more serious, like a learning disability, ADHD, executive functioning, memory and processing issues.. It can also help identify other mental health issues that can be hidden, but still impact learning, such as depression and anxiety disorders.

What is a Psychoeducational Assessment?

Psychoeducational assessments aim to describe an individual’s learning profile (strengths and weaknesses) and psychological functioning. This includes an assessment of their cognitive (thinking) abilities and academic achievement. These assessments also evaluate emotional, social, and behavioural characteristics that can influence their functioning.

A Psychoeducational Assessment is a critical piece in identifying children with learning and behavioural difficulties, as well as children who may be academically talented (gifted).

How long Does a Psychoeducational Assessment take?

As the process is comprehensive, assessments can range between 6-8 hours. Testing may be broken up into several segments/days.

What will I know after the Psychoeducational Assessment?

The assessment will help determining your child’s core strengths and areas of need. It also helps provide recommendations for managing learning, behavioural and/or social emotional issues. The information obtained is consolidated into a formal report that is provided to you. The psychologist will explain the results to you in simple, understandable terms during a review session. During this time, the psychologist will also review and recommendations and next steps.

Following your review, a written report will be provided. The can then be provided to your child’s school/teacher so they can use the information and recommendations from the report to help your child in the classroom.

Who performs the assessments?

Psychologist, Dr. Vera Voroskolevska

Psychologist, Dr. Vera Voroskolevska

Psychologist
Dr. Vera Voroskolevska's no guff attitude means you are going to get answers that are straight to the point “no beating around the bush or no sugar coating the situation”. Her motto is – “person first, therapist second” because she understands how difficult it could be to reach out for help. Dr. Vera believes in active collaboration in sessions and actively seeks feedback from her clients.
Tara DeNobrega

Tara DeNobrega

Hello! My name is Tara and I am a Clinical Coordinator at our Toronto location. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Western University and plan on pursuing a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology. My passions revolve around helping others, especially when they need it most. This is why I am so happy to be a part of the amazing team here at Restore Balance. As a Clinical Assistant, it is my top priority to make sure you know how much we genuinely care and want to see you succeed.
Megan McIntosh

Megan McIntosh

Hello! My name is Megan and I am a Clinical Assistant at the Restore Balance Toronto location. I’m very excited to be joining the team here at Restore Balance as providing support and help to others has always been my goal throughout my studies. My passion for mental wellness motivates me to provide you with all the support I can to ensure a safe space and a positive interaction at the practice!

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