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The quality of the psychological assessment you receive can dramatically vary. From my 15 years of practice as a Tucson based clinical psychologist, I have conducted hundreds of child and adult psychological evaluations. Here are some useful tips if you … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged ADHD assessment, ADHD testing, anxiety, Autism, autism assessment, career assessment, career guidance, gifted assessment, giftedness, learning assessment, learning disability, neuroatypical, performance anxiety, psychological assessment, PTSD, social awkwardness, sports psychology, talent development, trauma, tucson psychological assessment; psych, Tucson Psychologist | Comments Off on 8 popular psychological assessments: What to look for February 7, 2020
Dr. Brunner will be presenting the following on February 28th, 2020 from 2-4 PM, as part of the PCBA CLE series, with attorney Dave Dwyer: Title: Avoiding the Most Common PTSD/Trauma-related Mistakes Attorneys Make When Presenting to Juries Focus: … Continue readingPosted in News | Tagged continued legal education, forensic psychology, functional effects of PTSD, Pima County Bar Association, psychological assessment, PTSD, trauma, Tucson Counselor, Tucson Psychologist, Tucson THerapist | Comments Off on Dr. Brunner to present as part of the PCBA CLE series on February 28, 2020.