Issues Addressed: Unlike typical performance reviews conducted by corporate organizational psychologists or folks armed with MBAs, a performance evaluation by a clinical psychologist goes far beyond the typical corporate environment “review.” Why just settle for looking in the rear-view mirror? Go the extra mile to learn what common psychological or academic obstacles might be complicating your life, holding you back at work or complicating your personal, family and professional relationships.
Overview: Most people make it through school and college without ever realizing that they may have some type of self-limiting behavioral or learning problem that interfered with getting better grades or finding a better job or having a better relationship with others.
This individual assessment is designed to identify common, but often hidden, problems that create obstacles to an individual’s personal growth and development. It may screen for such common issues as anxiety, depression and verbal and non-verbal learning disabilities.
Drawing from psychological research, observational data and self-report measures, Dr. A. (not a team member) will assign and review assessment material from individuals interested in seeking more knowledge about themselves.
Specifically, this program focuses on one individual at a time and is focused on providing psych-educational and informative self-knowedge to those who want to know if they are self-sabotaging their own progress.
This program may be combined with an optional on-going Mentoring/Coaching group lead by Dr. A. (not a team member).
Answers the following questions: This personalized individual evaluation focuses on uncovering any common behavioral or learning problems and includes recommendations about them.
Audience: Ages 21 and over
Format: 1:1 interaction though office visit, Web, Skype, or other media. NOTE: This is not a workshop.
Length: Usually completed within 2 weeks, including Q&A
Learning Objectives: Participants completing this assessment will be able to:
- Learn how common behavioral problems may be impacting their activities of daily living.
- Define those problems and how they might interfere with achieving goals.
- List four recommendations they may implement to help resolve any noted problems.