K12 Psychoeducational Services, LLC Comprehensive Evaluations and Services for Children and Adolescents
COVID-19 *Update 5/6/2020 Governor Evers designates May 7th as Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day – asking all Wisconsinites to commit to support increased access for all children with mental health needs.
K12 Psychoeducational Services will be providing free counseling services (virtually) for children and teens beginning May 7, 2020 and continuing through summer 2020. For more information, please reach out by completing the contact form.
*Update 4/9/20 Many parents are being asked to do near impossible things right now and most of us don’t want to “fail” at any of them. We don’t have super powers but we do have each other. Let’s lean on each for support!
Through K12 Psychoeducational Services, I will be offering FREE parenting support and consultation during the COVID 19 pandemic! If your child or adolescent struggling emotionally or behaviorally, I will be happy to provide tools and resources specific families needs.
Please reach out if you would like to schedule a free appointment! Simply complete the contact page.
K12 Psychoeducation Services will now be offering new services to help support families at home. TeleHealth Counseling Services for children and adolescents *TeleHealth Parent Consultation for Social, Emotional, or Behavioral Concerns Fees $30 for a 30 minute session $50 for 45-50 minute session To find out more or schedule an appointment, please feel free to complete the contact form. *In person appointments and evaluations are suspended at this time.
Comprehensive Psychoeducational Evaluations
As a school psychologist, my goal is for all students to experience success in the school environment. School can be a challenging environment for many students academically, socially, emotionally, and/or behaviorally. I provide comprehensive evaluations to help uncover why an individual may be struggling in school. The results include identifying areas of strengths and needs coupled with recommendations to improve school success. The purpose of the evaluation is not to diagnose, rather to expose the barriers that are preventing academic success. A comprehensive evaluation may look different for each individual, as it is tailored to the referral concerns. Common concerns may included, but are not limited to ADHD, dyslexia and other learning disabilities, and autism.
An evaluation may include: Intelligence Testing Academic Achievement Testing Behavior/Emotional/Social Assessment Phonological Processing Assessment Attention and Executive Functioning Assessment Memory Assessment Cognitive Processing Assessments
For more information about the evaluation process and fees, please visit my Service page.