The purpose of a diagnostic evaluation is to address specific concerns based on the individual’s referral question. A diagnostic evaluation can help individuals who struggle with any of the following:
- Anxiety (particularly social anxiety)
- Self-regulation challenges
- Difficulty establishing and maintaining long-lasting and healthy relationships
- Difficulty communicating with others
- Trouble reading social cues, understanding other peoples’ perspectives, and responding appropriately
- Difficulty with practical living skills
This type of assessment is also appropriate for children and adolescents who have had a recent comprehensive developmental or neuropsychological assessment, but for whom questions about specific social challenges or an autism spectrum disorder linger.
CAAT specializes in social challenges and autism spectrum and related disorders. Our team of clinicians are highly experienced in the management and treatment of these conditions. To learn more about social challenges/Autism Spectrum Disorders and the treatment we offer, click here.