I specialize in personalized psychological assessments, consultation, treatment planning, and psychotherapy. I treat you and your family with compassion and sensitivity and I offer a dignified space where you can share your concerns without judgment.
I am guided by the principles of Therapeutic Assessment, which involves clients actively participating in their therapy and psychological evaluation so that the results make more sense. Therapeutic Assessments helps you answer questions you might have had for a long time. “Why am I so anxious?”, “Do I have ADHD?” or, “Why do I keep repeating destructive patterns in my life?” “Do I really have depression or am I just going through a bad patch?” “Why can’t I get motivated?” Based on your questions, psychological tests are identified that will help provide those answers. Testing takes place over several appointments (up to 5) and you are an active participant.
I also offer traditional assessments for the following:
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Academic achievement
- Documentation for special accommodations (IEP, 504, standardized tests such as SAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, etc.)
- Intellectual (IQ) and cognitive testing
- Gifted and talented assessment
- Learning Disabilities (e.g. dyslexia, mathematics problems) testing
- Memory difficulties
- PTSD / complex developmental trauma
- I also offer pro bono psychological assessments for refugees and asylum seekers.
A psychological evaluation can bring about personal transformation. I will ask questions about your symptoms, stress levels, sleep, nutrition, emotional state, physical health, environment, culture, and family history. My goal is to help you understand the root cause of your symptoms. This approach is fundamentally different from what you may be used to.
The most common question I am asked is: “Does insurance cover testing?” I wish there was a simple answer. Some insurance companies cover testing and some do not. It depends on your policy and other factors, such as whether you have a deductible. I am in network for some insurance companies. Contact me for further details.
Appointments can be arranged after hours by appointment.
The LLP credential (abbreviation of Limited Licensed Psychologist) governs all Michigan clinicians with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology. A Limited Licensed Psychologist may practice under the supervision of a Licensed (Ph.D.) Psychologist. Louise Langdon supervised by Carrie Hatcher-Kay, Ph.D., of Partners in Healing, and John Varani, Ph.D., of the Institute for Christian Counseling.
Contact me: (734) 447-3301 or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org