COVID-19 UPDATE:

Dr. Vallée, Clinical and Rehabilitation Psychologist, will be offering both virtual and in-clinic sessions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Face shields will be required during all in-clinic visits. 

To protect our clients, we have the following precautions: 

All staff are required to wear face shields. 

Plexiglass is located between the doctor and the client. 

The clinic is regularly sterilized between client visits. 

Two air purifiers have been installed. 

Please contact 519-337-8601.

Psychological Assessment in Sarnia

Psychological assessment is a process that involves the integration of information from multiple sources. These sources include psychological tests, interviews, inventories, personal and medical histories, description of current symptoms and problems (by either self or others), and, at times, consultations with consent with physicians or relevant family members about the person being assessed. These tests evaluate intellectual skills, cognitive strengths/weaknesses, and personality characteristics. Practicing psychologists are trained to administer and interpret an array of tests that can help diagnose a condition or tell more about the way a person thinks, feels, behaves and copes.


Intelligence Tests

Intelligence tests attempt to measure intelligence, which is a person’s basic ability to understand the world around them, assimilate its functioning, and apply this knowledge to enhance quality of life. Intelligence is a measure of a potential, not a measure of what has been learned.


Personality Tests

Personality tests attempt to measure basic personality style by examining patterns of behavior and thinking that prevail across time and context. These tests differentiate one person from another, and are used to help with clinical diagnoses.


Contact us to schedule a psychological assessment.

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