Psychological Evaluations

for Adults and Children



I am a licensed psychologist who specializes in psychological, neuropsychological, and educational evaluations for adults, children, and adolescents. In addition to my practice, I am a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Stanford School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry. I am committed to providing evaluations that are both tailored to each person and meet the highest professional standards as set by best practices in the field. Learn more about me.

My areas of assessment specialization include:

  • ADHD

  • Learning problems and academic achievement

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders (6 and older)

  • Cognitive abilities (e.g., intelligence, memory, attention)

  • IQ testing for school admissions, giftedness, twice-exceptional individuals

  • School accommodations, admission test (e.g., SAT, GRE) accommodations

  • Work accommodations

  • Complex psychological conditions

  • Severe mental illness or severe mental illness "prodrome"

  • Recommendations for difficulties that have not benefited from interventions

  • Personality testing

  • Second opinions

  • Legal matters (personal injury, trauma, immigration, competency to stand trial)


I also work with individuals who just want to gain a better understanding of their strengths and weaknesses.

I offer a variety of evaluation options to help you understand your, or your loved one's, strengths and challenges as well as their root cause.  The purpose of these evaluations is two-fold, to present a "full picture" understanding of a person, and to provide individualized strength-based recommendations that consider practicality and access to resources. 

If you would like to learn more, please message me  (best way to contact me)

Psychological Evaluations Learn more

Understand why someone feels, thinks or behaves a certain way. 

Intellectual Assessments

IQ testing is required for admission to some private schools or gifted programs. I can administer the WPPSI-IV, WISC-V and WAIS-IV.

For Professionals Learn more


  • Formal and informal consultation

  • Workshops and presentations (inquire about free talks)

  • Second opinions

  • Help deciding what type of assessment is right for your clients


Neuropsychological Evaluations Learn more

Learn how someone's brain works including their areas of strength and weaknesses.  ​

Educational Evaluations Learn more


Determine how cognitive abilities, academic skills, and emotional state impact academic performance.  I have experience attending school meetings (IEP, 504 plans.)


Consults Learn More


  • In some cases, an evaluation may not be warranted.

How can I help?

Located on the second floor at the Village Court shopping center. There is ample free parking