I am dedicated to providing sensitive and compassionate psychological assessments for individuals of all ages. Whether it’s ADHD, a learning disorder, dyslexia, anxiety, depression, psychological or physical trauma, or electronic screen overuse, I view assessment as a shared process.
My approach is designed to achieve a comprehensive understanding of the individual in the context of his or her symptoms, age, stress levels, sleep, nutrition, emotional state, physical health, environment, culture, and family history. Rather than focusing on managing symptoms, my goal is to help you understand the root cause of your symptoms. This approach is fundamentally different.
I offer comprehensive testing to help you understand you or your teen’s relationships, inform academic choices, objectively measure personal strengths and develop personal insights to help everyone reach their potential. I offer psychological assessments for the following:
- ADD / ADHD
- Learning disorders /dyslexia
- Test anxiety
- Social anxiety
- Academic concerns
- Memory or cognitive difficulties
- Documentation for special accommodations (IEP, 504, college, work, standardized testing such as SAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, etc.)
- Psychological assessments for refugees seeking asylum
My approach is gentle, sensitive and respectful. My assessments are informed by my training in trauma, mindfulness, and the latest research in neurobiology. I offer compassion, humor, and a relaxed space to treat you with calm, reassurance, and dignity.
I provide a full written report which includes a full history, explanation of results, diagnoses (if appropriate), full documentation of and suggested treatment recommendations.
Don’t be put off by the term “psychological testing”. This is a broad term which covers everything from completing pencil and paper questionnaires to objectively measuring personal strengths and weaknesses and developing greater personal insights.
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