D’Arienzo Psychological Group offers psychological testing for a variety of clients and circumstances. Psychological testing is a method of gaining a second and third opinion or finding corroborative evidence for or against a diagnosis in forensic work such as in personal injury cases or parental fitness evaluations.
We also provide IQ or intelligence testing using the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-IV (WAIS-IV) and for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) using the Test of Variable Attention (TOVA).
Other common psychological tests used are the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Assessment 2 (MMPI-2), the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Assessment Restructured Form-2 (MMPI-2 RF), the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI), and the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-III (MCM-III). These tests are typically used to identify psychological problems and level of psychological functioning.
We also offer vocational testing utilizing a personal interview and an objective vocational psychological test. This type of testing allows individuals uncertain about their future goals to gain an idea of how their personality fits with various professions. If our personality fits with our professions, we are typically more satisfied with our work.
When we are conducting social investigations, custody evaluations, parenting plan assessments, or parental fitness evaluations, we may use the tests mentioned above as well as additional parenting skills and beliefs psychological tests as well.
When we are assisting corporations with personnel selection of employees, we utilize industrial and business psychological tests. We administer personality, intelligence or critical thinking skills tests that are unique to specific industries. We provide assistance with selection for all occupations and all levels of employment.
Contact us about your testing needs. It is likely that we either have or can gain access to a psychological test that you are seeking.
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