As most of us are suddenly no longer able to attend school or therapy appointments, we have put together a list of online providers who may be able to help your child continue with vital instruction. Parents, feel free to access the list, while providers feel free to list your services.
Please note that CPEA has not vetted these providers; we are compiling this list as a community service.
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as well as multidisciplinary evaluations!
What makes us different than other practices?
All of our child psychologists have a minimum of 18 years experience working with children and/or adults with a variety of abilities and are well-versed in differential diagnosis, in personally tailoring assessments to tap the strengths and weaknesses of individuals dependent upon the referral questions, in interpretation of test results for parents and students, and in providing specific recommendations for intervention. In addition, we feel it is important that our experienced clinicians manage all aspects of testing in order to observe your child across a variety of measures; we do not have testing technicians completing assessments independently. This allows us to provide more personal service to you and your child, and assures you that a clinician with extensive experience handles all parts of the evaluation. When selecting any psychological testing services for your child, be sure to ask if all testing will be completed by a doctoral-level psychologist.
Many of our clinicians also have a history of working in local Atlanta - area school systems and have expertise regarding Department of Education rules and regulations, particularly those affecting children with special needs. We can assist you in translating test results for school staff and advocating for accommodations or support services needed. We have extensive experience with dyslexia testing as well as autism testing. We are always here for follow-up questions after psychological assessment or help with follow-through on recommendations.