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Assessment Services

The BYU Comprehensive Clinic provides a variety of evaluation services for ages 6 and up (some limited services are available for children younger than 6). These are provided at a reduced cost to the community as they are provided by students in training. All evaluations are completed under the supervision of a licensed psychologist. Some types of assessments include:
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Learning disorders
Mood disorders (depression, anxiety)
Psychiatric Disorders (OCD, Psychotic spectrum, Bipolar, etc.)
Personality and Behavior Disorders
Neurocognitive disorders (memory impairment, brain injury, dementia, etc.)

Assessment Options

July 16, 2019 10:49 AM
The BYU Comprehensive Clinic provides three types of assessment services: 1) standard assessment practicum, 2) neuropsychological externship, and 3) assessment externship. This allows the clinic to facilitate community access to testing services and to provide different types of training and supervision experiences.

Information regarding each option is outlined below:
Standard PracticumNeuropsychological ExternshipAssessment Externship

Assessment Focus

ADHD, Learning Disorders,
Psychiatric, Psychological,
and Personality disorders

Neuropsychological, neuropsychiatric,
or neurocognitive evaluations.
(Traumatic brain injury, stroke,
dementia, concussion, etc.)
Neuropsychological, neuropsychiatric,
neurocognitive evaluations.

ADHD, Learning Disorders,
Psychiatric, Psychological,
and Personality disorders
~Waitlist2-3 years6-9 Months8-12 Months
Payment is due at the time of initial service. We do not accept insurance payments or work with insurance companies. Upon request, the Assessment Externship can provide CPT billing codes ("superbill") with your final report so you can seek reimbursement from your insurance provider if desired.

None of our programs are providing Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) testing at this time.

Please click on the form found on this page to get on our wait list.