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Psychological Assessment & Diagnosis Program (Adults)

  • Same-Day Consultation
  • Diagnosis & Report in 4 Weeks
  • Ongoing Medication Management
  • Covered by Private Insurance
  • Live Support with Care Team
Psychological Assessment

Same-Day Consultation

Diagnosis & Report
in 4 Weeks

Ongoing Medication Management

Covered by Private Insurance

Live Support
with Care Team

What is a Psychological Assessment?

A Psychological Assessment/Diagnosis consists of a series of In-Depth Tests (Medical, Cognitive, Emotional, and/or Behavioral testing) to understand the Symptoms and Conditions impacting your life, get Treatment Recommendations, and apply for Work/School accommodations if needed. The Assessment Process consists of:  

Psychological Tests

Clinical Interview

Review of Medical and Academic History

Medical Evaluation

Feedback and Recommendations Session


Meet Our Psychology Assessment Team

Psychological Diagnosis & Report in Four Weeks

In-Person or Virtual Assessments

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Contact us now or book a free Consultation at a later day to help you navigate the assessment process.


Clinical Interview with a Psychologist

After we match you with a Psychologist, you will participate in a Clinical Interview to understand your Medical & Mental Health History.

Week 1

Report & Testing

Complete a series of self-report testing from the comfort of your home.

Week 2-3

Report & Diagnostic Assessment Feedback

Meet with your Psychologist to go over the Diagnosis, discuss Clinical Recommendations, and next steps.

Week 4

Psychiatry & Ongoing Care

Ongoing Medication Management with our Psychiatry Team & Treatment Teams including Psychologists, Psychotherapists, & Social Workers. (Not part of the cost of the Program. Extra fee)

Week 5 & Onwards

Price of the Program: $1,770*

(Paid in 8 installments over 4 weeks)

* The price could go up if your condition requires more tests and/or sessions.

The Psychologist will discuss this during the Initial Clinical Interview. Extra hours will be billed at $260/hr.

Do I need to get a Psychological Assessment?

If you or a loved one are over 18 years old and want to:

  • Clarify a Diagnosis or Mental Health Condition
  • Plan appropriate Treatment Interventions
  • Understand underlying factors affecting Mental Health
  • Assess Cognitive Function, Memory, and Executive functioning
  • Reassess a Previous Diagnosis*

Are you still unsure
if a Psychological Assessment is right
for you?

Contact our Care Team today to help you explore your options

*If you are looking for an Assessment as a part of STD/LTD Claim for work or any legal issues, 

please advise our Care Team so we can guide you to the best program options. 

Some of the Conditions Covered Under Our Program

Specific Phobia & Agoraphobia

Social Anxiety Disorder

Panic Disorder

General Anxiety Disorder

Major Depressive Disorder


Seasonal Affective Disorder

Bipolar I & II Disorder

Post-Tramatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Adjustment Disorder


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    Yes, you can participate in our Program if you are looking for a re-assessment.

    Here’s a breakdown of what each kind of professional offers:  

    • Psychotherapists and Social Workers offer talk therapy. Their education and experience are comparable, and they are often covered under the same line item in insurance policies.  
    • Psychologists often have a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology and can perform assessments and give medical diagnoses. They also offer talk therapy.   
    • Psychiatrists are medical doctors who specialize in the prescription of medications for mental health concerns.  


    Our team of leading experts work together to make sure their patients are receiving the best care we can offer. 

     The decision between a Psychological Assessment and Talk Therapy depends on your specific needs and goals. Here are some factors to consider: 

    Psychological Assessment: 

    • Receive diagnostic clarity to understand the full scope of your Mental Health 
    • Plan a treatment according to your specific emotional needs and areas of concerns 
    • Get specialized insight on your cognitive and functioning profile


    Talk Therapy: 

    • Receive emotional support and promote personal growth 
    • Address emotional and behavioural challenges  
    • Address specific Mental Health concerns and challengers through targeted interventions 
    • Learn coping strategies, communication skills, and self-care techniques to improve your overall well-being. 


    The full Cost of the Program is $1,770 and is billed and paid as follows: 

    Week 1: $260 
    Week 2: $260 x 2 Billable Hours = $520 
    Week 3: $260 x2 Billable Hours = $520 
    Week 4: $260

    This program is covered by most Private Insurance plans. Please speak to your Insurance Provider to determine your:

    1. Total Psychology coverage for the year
    2. Cap on each Psychology session
    3. Coverage for Psychological Assessments

    The Assessment Program has full Psychologist coverage, so it can be covered under Psychology Sessions or Psychology Assessments. 

    This link provides you with information you can discuss with your Insurance Provider to understand the type of coverage you may have.