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Maureen C. Kelley Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist
Intelligence (IQ)
Eduational: (Learning Disorders, Gifted Placement)
Personality Projective Measures: (Diagnostic, Treatment Planning)
Personality Objective Measures: (Diagnostic, Treatment Planning)
Testing Services
Psychological testing is an evaluative process by which a psychologist uses various research based instruments to assist in determining the emotional, behavioral, cognitive, or personality variables that contribute to an individual’s functioning.  Psychological testing is often used to assist in clarifying the underlying variables or diagnostic issues that may account for an individual’s difficulties, whether at home, school, or at work.   Sometimes, psychological testing is used to assist other treatment providers by providing valuable information about possible diagnosis or helping to determine which interventions are likely to be most beneficial in addressing a certain disorder for a certain individual.   In general, testing benefits an individual by providing the opportunity for early identification and intervention, enhancing current treatment, and/or forming recommendations to assist them in various ways.

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