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Psychological assessment is most often used to answer questions about a person’s diagnosis or to inform their treatment. It is different from a forensic evaluation in that it does not seek to answer legal questions but rather to evaluate an individual’s current state and to use this information for treatment planning purposes. A psychological assessment may also address questions about achievement, education, memory, difficulty interacting with others, learning problems, attention, hyperactivity, surgery or medical procedure fitness, or a number of other areas. Please contact Dr. Ainslie to discuss further.