Psychological Assessments

CFC will not be offering psychological assessments until Spring 2022.

Why might you consider psychological testing for yourself or child(ren)?

Psychological testing can aid your treatment in many ways, leading to a more accurate diagnosis, better medication management, and more effective treatment planning. People often think of testing as unnecessary, especially if they already have a diagnosis from a therapist and/or psychiatrist. Yet a neuropsychological or psychoeducational evaluation can pinpoint symptoms that are difficult to diagnose even with a thorough clinical interview.

Because mental health symptoms can mimic each other, testing helps clarify what’s really going on. Let’s say you have been diagnosed with depression for years, for example, yet something about that doesn’t feel quite right. A neuropsychological evaluation may identify an underlying ADHD diagnosis that is amplifying your depression, draining what little bit of motivation you have during the day.

How do I get tested?

CFC Therapy Group now offers psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations using the latest technology in a comfortable private practice setting. Testing is tailored to each client’s needs and includes a background interview, test administration, scoring, and a clinical report that can be used for school accommodations such as a 504 plan or Individualized Education Plan (IEP).

What about COVID-19? Will I or my child be safe?

Testing will be conducted in our Conference Room, maintaining 12 feet between the examiner and the client most of the time, with a plexiglass screen between them, and we will sanitize the furniture and testing equipment before and after every use. There may be moments when testing requires closer proximity; we will be using masks and gloves for these times. Testing is administered using two iPads, one for the client and the other for the examiner, thereby minimizing cross-contamination.

Who will do my testing? 

CFC will resume psychological assessments in the Spring of 2022. 


What types of testing do you offer and how can it help me?

What happens after testing?

CFC will walk you through your test results and any diagnosis or treatment recommendations. With 13 highly trained therapists available seven days a week, we are here to support you through whatever struggles you are facing. We accept BCBS and offer sliding scale options. We are also part of a vast Chicagoland referral network and can provide personalized recommendations and referrals throughout the community to meet your needs.

Please contact us or call us at 312-618-4867. If you are interested in setting up an appointment.

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