Meadows Psychology Service offers a range of psychological assessments for children and adolescents. The specialist assessments Meadows Psychology Service offers can provide a thorough understanding of the needs of children and young people who have experienced difficulties such as adverse childhood experiences and developmental trauma.
Why choose Meadows Psychology Service for a psychological assessment?
The specialist team at Meadows Psychology Service are a group of specialist clinical psychologists and therapists from a variety of professional disciplines. Each member of staff is registered with the appropriate accreditation body, and are experts in the field of developmental trauma. Meadows Psychology Service prides itself on the following values: Empowering, Inclusive, Compassionate, Integrative, Responsive and Adaptive.
Our values explained:
Empowering: When we acknowledge what is working, we celebrate and magnify our successes. We believe that it is essential to reflect on our own and others’ resources, skills, strengths and positive qualities.
Inclusive: Here at Meadows Psychology Service, we are curious and reflective about our own and others social, cultural and institutional experiences and how these can shape our assumptions and beliefs. Every member of our team is encouraged to do the same by creating a safe space where each individual can bring authenticity to the work we do.
Compassionate: The MPS team is compassionate and always seeks to understand and make meaning of each individual and team experiences.
Integrative: Our team works to integrate knowledge and skills in relational trauma into other fields such as therapeutic work, staff training, consultation, language, reflective spaces and leadership style.
Responsive and adaptive: MPS recognises the importance of being responsive to trauma and the needs of individuals or teams.
What type of psychological assessments does Meadows Psychology Service offer?
Meadows Psychology Service offers a range of comprehensive assessments including:
- Psychological assessments to help with developing an understanding of the individual’s difficulties
- Consultation with parents/ carers
- Systemic Family Therapy Consultations
- Intellectual/ cognitive assessments (i.e., WISC-V)
- Complex risk assessments (i.e., AIM3, HCR-20)
Once the assessment has been completed, we will provide a report which includes a psychological formulation, an understanding of the current needs, and recommendations for future support.
If you have any questions, or would like to find out more about the psychological assessments we offer here at Meadows Psychology Service, contact us or fill out the enquiry form here.