Worried, depressed, angry, anxious, or unable to complete things? (online-options available)
Brief psychological assessment (cost ranging between $1000-1200, offered via online appointments) consists of interviews and checklists to offer treatment plans and home/school strategies for the following queried conditions:
Low marks in elementary or secondary school because of reading, writing, or math problems? Worried about getting the right learning support in college or university?
In addition to the above, psychoeducational assessments (cost ranging between $2500-3200, a combination of online and face-to-face appointments) also include academic, intellectual, and cognitive process tests to offer home & school strategies (& IEP / IPRC recommendations) for the following conditions:
Giftedness / high-aptitude
Intellectual / developmental disorders
We may be able to address other assessment questions, and please feel free to ask. We do not conduct assessments for court (including custody & access / parenting assessments) or assessments for ODSP. The results of most psychoeducational assessments completed with young children are not typically sufficient for Disability Tax Credit .
Payment for assessments is due after each appointment, and the feedback session / receiving the final report is postponed until all outstanding invoices have been settled. For seamless billing and payment, a credit card will be required. Payment with a credit card is optional (please arrange alternate plans with our administrative assistant). The card on file will be automatically billed if sessions are not paid within 7 days of the appointment.
Results of the Ontario Psychological Association 2022 Fee Survey report most psychologists charging $3000 for a diagnostic assessment, with 67% of Ontario psychologist charging between $2500 and $3400 per assessment. By using a team approach to assessment, we are able to provide timely assessments and control costs.