Psychological Testing in Hudson WI
Midwest Psychological Services provides psychological testing in Hudson WI. We receive many referrals from schools, employers and physicians in the area. That is because we have a high accuracy rate for diagnoses, and we provide personalized care for all of our clients. We work with many insurance providers, and we provide transparent pricing from the start. To learn more or to schedule a psychological evaluation, contact our office at (715) 381-1980.
The Benefits of Psychological Testing
There are many forms of psychological testing, so different people receive different benefits. For instance, psychological testing is often used to diagnose autism and learning disabilities in children. It could also be used to assess a job candidate’s management abilities. The testing may be a recommendation from a physician, or it may be a part of the therapy process. Here are some opportunities that come from psychological evaluations:
- Diagnose a Mental Health Condition or Mood Disorder (Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, and Others)
- Identify a Learning Disability, Such as Dyslexia or Dyscalculia
- Determine the Cause of Academic or Behavioral Struggles in Children
- Assist in Career Planning and Employee Placement
- Diagnose Autism in Infants to Ensure Appropriate Treatment
If you have been told that psychological testing is right for you or a loved one, contact Midwest Psychological Services at (715) 381-1980. We would be happy to assist you.
What to Do after a Psychological Evaluation
The steps you take after psychological testing will depend on the type of test you received and the results of that test. If you underwent an evaluation for your employer, the employer will use the information to determine if you are fit for a position or career change. If the evaluation was to diagnose a mental health disorder or learning disability, we will recommend local specialists to work with for follow-up treatment. This may include therapists and psychiatrists here at Midwest Psychological Services. If the tests came back inconclusive, we may recommend additional testing to gather more information. We will be there to guide you every step of the way.