If you’ve ever felt like you’re not functioning to your potential but haven’t been able to work out why, you are not alone. Perhaps you’re worried about your performance at work, school or college. Have you been told you’re forgetful, unmotivated, or just not working hard enough? I can help. I specialize in comprehensive psychological assessments to help you understand what’s going on. I look at whether a specific condition, such as ADHD, anxiety, a learning disability, an auditory or visual processing disorder or memory problem might be part of the problem.
I use a gentle, sensitive and respectful approach to my work. My assessments are informed by training in trauma, mindfulness, and the latest research in neurobiology. I offer compassion, humor, and a relaxed and respectful space to treat you or your child with calm, reassurance, and dignity.
I also offer psychological assessments for refugees hoping to obtain asylum.
Don’t be put off by the term “psychological testing”. This is broad term which covers everything from helping you choose a college major, a career, understanding academic concerns, objectively measuring personal strengths and weaknesses and developing a greater personal insight. You might need formal documentation for special accommodations (IEP, 504, college, work, standardized testing such as SAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, etc.), or to establish whether you have ADHD or a learning disability.
Assessments include any or all of the following: IQ testing (verbal skills, working memory, processing speed, and non-verbal indexes), academic achievement, tests of attention, executive functioning, and other cognitive processes (auditory processing, visual-motor integration, etc.), a review of previous testing results, cognitive testing, and personality testing. I provide a full written report which includes an explanation of results, diagnoses (if appropriate), documentation of suggested accommodations, and treatment recommendations.
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 (PhD) Psychologist. Louise Langdon supervised by Carrie Hatcher-Kay, PhD, of Partners in Healing, and John Varani, PhD, of the Institute for Christian Counseling.
Contact me: (734) 447-3301 or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org