How Does a Psychodiagnostic Assessment Work?

The Psychodiagnostic assessment typically involves an interview and specialized measures and questionnaires targeting description of thought processes, personality characteristics, and mood state. A typical assessment will take several hours of examination time, after which the psychologist spends additional time analyzing the results and preparing a report. The report is usually provided to your mental health care provider to help them make decisions about your care.

Author: Linda Turner

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