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How can a psychologist assessment help
Psychologists can help in the assessment and treatment of mental, emotional, and cognitive conditions.
Here are some examples of what the psychologists can assess you with:
Impulse control disorders
ADHD, PTSD and trauma assessments
What to expect when you see a psychologist
An initial visit for everyone
The patient can learn more about psychology services.
The patient can provide a summary of mental health concerns
The psychologist will advise if further assessment and/or treatment is recommended.
$120 often covered by extended health benefits.2
Further treatment, only if required
The patient will get a diagnosis and treatment recommendations.
The psychologist will explore treatment options that might involve other healthcare professionals.
A formal report can be provided for school, work, and/or insurance purposes.
Cost varies per treatment. Often covered by extended health benefits.2
Recommendations for the right assessment package for you will be provided by the psychologist.
How to get started
Browse and review psychologist’s bios in the app before booking. Then select “Psychology assessment - Initial visit”.
Schedule a video appointment. Initial visit is a 25 minute virtual appointment.