Offering a variety of comprehensive psychological services including evaluations & other consultative services in order to provide diagnostic clarification for mental and/or behavioral health concerns along with providing treatment recommendations for school aged children, young adults, and their families.
Diagnostic Testing Services: Diagnostic evaluation and service planning program that is designed to better meet the needs of children and families through a new and unique approach. Diagnostic testing is dedicated to providing comprehensive evaluations for children and adolescents with mental and behavioral health concerns in a way that integrates family system support and an all-inclusive approach to overall wellness.
Outpatient Psychological Evaluations: Clinical, comprehensive psychological evaluations provided at an outpatient level of care. Psychological evaluations are conducted to determine initial or continued levels of care for children and adolescent behavioral and/or mental health concerns. Evaluations determine or clarify diagnostic picture as well as provide service recommendations and specific treatment recommendations that are tailored to the youth’s individual, family, educational, and community needs.
OVR evaluations: Wesley Family Services is an approved vendor with the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) to conduct neuropsychological evaluations for transition-age youth which can be requested through your OVR counselor. For more information to schedule an appointment please contact Central Access @ (412) 342-2270
School Psychological Assessment and Consultative Services
Independent Educational Evaluations: Ability to contract with our psychologists to conduct full IEEs for children in outside school districts, including initial evaluation reports and re-evaluations reports, feedback sessions, and participation in IEP meetings as necessary.
School Psychological Consultation Services: Ability to provide any school psychological services as a contracted service for students, teachers, staff, or administration. Includes conducting FBAs, observations, or classroom and behavior management to inform policymaking or other school-based consultation needs.
Direct referral from school or district needed.
Families who are beginning to experience first signs and symptoms
Children or adolescents who are in need of a comprehensive psychological evaluation
Children or adolescents who are seeking specialized assessment or evaluation
Children or adolescents who are seeking second opinions
Most insurances accepted
For more information or to learn about enrolling, please contact:
Central Access @ 412-342-2270 or complete the Get In Touch form on this page to contact us!
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