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Psychoeducational Assessment

What is a psychoeducational assessment?

A psychoeducational assessment is a specialized assessment that examines a person's unique learning abilities. It can be helpful for children and teens who are struggling academically or having difficulties with inattentiveness, organization, or behaviour. A psychoeducational assessment can help parents and teachers understand a child's unique strengths and challenges, and can identify the presence of a learning disability, intellectual disability, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, anxiety, or giftedness. It also identifies helpful recommendations and accommodations for children in the classroom and can be used to advocate for your child in the school system.

Clients served

I offer psychoeducational assessments for children and teens in Grades 2 and up. Clients of all cultural backgrounds, ethnicities, religious backgrounds, genders, and sexual orientations are welcome.


  • Difficulties with reading, writing, or math

  • Inattentiveness

  • Hyperactivity

  • Memory problems

  • Difficulties with organization

  • School refusal

  • Performance anxiety

  • Boredom at school

  • Difficulties with homework

  • Defiant behaviour

  • Social difficulties


  • Identify a learning disability, dyslexia, intellectual disability, ADHD, giftedness, or anxiety

  • Understand your child's unique learning profile and needs

  • Learn how to support your child with learning and homework

  • Advocate for your child in the school system

  • Learn how to foster a love of learning in your child and decrease frustration

  • Set your teen up for success in post-secondary education



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I opened my Kelowna practice in September, 2023, and currently have a short waitlist. If you would like to be added to the waitlist or book a consultation, please contact me.



(236) 997-9865

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