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Portrait Health Centers
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Psychological Testing

CHILDREN TO AGE 12

Find answers to your child's emotional
well-being, intelligence, and more!

Psychological Testing Menu

Overall Intelligence and Social Emotional Functioning Tests for Children under 12
Measures IQ and overall intelligence in a child and measures the childís ability to handle math, reading and other academic skills; Measures levels of Self Esteem, Depression, Anxiety, and propensity for disruptive behavior.
 
Overall Intelligence Tests for Children under 12
Measures IQ and overall intelligence in a child and measures the childís ability to handle math, reading and other academic skills; Used to answer questions like: Is my child gifted? Is my child intellectually challenged?
 
School Readiness Testing
Measures the intelligence of a young child in anticipation of entering kindergarten. Also measures the childís social and emotional maturity and the visual-motor skills. Provides early answers to questions like: Is my child gifted? What is the age equivalent of the childís social development and emotional maturity.

ADHD Testing
Measures variability of response time (consistency), response time, impulsivity, inattention. Measure ability to stay on task, attention span duration, degree of restlessness, ability to complete a task, ability to control emotions and ability to interact socially. Testing uses tools appropriate to children under the age of 12.

Medication Effectiveness Testing for ADHD Patients
Testing to determine the effectiveness of ADHD medications by drug and dosage. Comparison of one drug to another for effectiveness. Comparison of varying dosages on performance of the patient. Testing answers questions like: Is this the right drug for my child? Is there a more effective drug. Is there a drug or dosage that will cause fewer side effects. Is the dosage right?
 
Eating Disorders in Children
Eating disorders in children come in all forms including refusal to eat, extreme weight loss, significant weight gain and obesity. Self image often plays a role in eating and nutrition. Testing can help determine underlying causes for these behaviors.

Diagnosis Confirmation
Bipolar Disorder? Depression? Behavior Disorder? Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? Anxiety Disorder? Posttraumatic Stress Disorder? Is my childís diagnosis correct? Without a good diagnosis, treatment is impossible. Testing can confirm or correct a diagnosis in children.

TEENS TO AGE 18

Find answers to your teen's emotional
well-being, intelligence, and more!              

Psychological Testing Menu

SAT Extended Time
The College Board provides a broad range of accommodations to students with documented disabilities. Eligible students must apply and be approved before they can use accommodations on College Board tests.  Psychological evaluations including testing of cognitive and academic  functionality is typically required.  An effective report from your psychologist supported by appropriate testing can meet the difference between success and failure in the application process.

Overall Intelligence and Social Emotional Functioning Tests for Teenage Children
Measures IQ and overall intelligence in teens and measures the individualís ability to handle math, reading and other academic skills; Measures levels of Self Esteem, Depression, Anxiety, and propensity for disruptive behavior.
 
Overall Intelligence Tests for Teens to age 18
Measures IQ and overall intelligence and measures the ability to handle math, reading and other academic skills. Used to answer questions like: Is my child gifted? Is my child intellectually challenged?
 
ADHD Testing
Measures an individualís variability of response time (consistency), response time, impulsivity, inattention. Measures individualís ability to stay on task, attention span duration, degree of restlessness, ability to complete a task, ability to control emotions and ability to interact socially. Testing uses tools appropriate for teens to age 18.

Medication Effectiveness Testing for ADHD Patients
Testing to determine the effectiveness of ADHD medications by drug and dosage. Comparison of one drug to another for effectiveness. Comparison of varying dosages on performance of the patient. Testing answers questions like: Is this the right drug for my teen? Is there a more effective drug. Is there a drug or dosage that will cause fewer side effects. Is the dosage right?  

Teenage Depression
Measures adolescentís negative thoughts about self, life and the future, feelings of sadness and guilt, and sleep disturbance. Measures adolescentsí specific worries about school performance, and evaluates an adolescentís thoughts of anger. Identifies thoughts and behaviors associated with conduct disorder and measures feelings of positive self-worth.
 
Teenage Anxiety
Measures adolescentsí specific worries about school performance, the future, negative reactions of others, fears including loss of control, and physiological symptoms associated with anxiety. Measures concerns regarding thoughts of being treated unfairly by others, feelings of anger and hatred.
 
Eating Disorders in Teens
Eating disorders come in all forms including refusal to eat, extreme weight loss, significant weight gain and obesity. Self image often plays a role in eating and nutrition. Testing can help determine underlying causes for these behaviors.

Social Emotional Functioning in Teens
Measures personality, behavior difficulties, and psychopathology among adolescents. Used to help identify underlying causes of behavioral challenges and concerns.

Diagnosis Confirmation in Teens
Bipolar Disorder? Depression? Behavior Disorder? Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? Anxiety Disorder? Posttraumatic Stress Disorder? Is my childís diagnosis correct? Without a good diagnosis, treatment is impossible. Testing can confirm or correct a diagnosis in children.

Self-Esteem in Teens
Evaluates how teens "see" themselves, and explores and determines the underlying causes for those feelings. Provides insight into the reasons teens often have a misimpression of their appearance, their skills and their intelligence. Determines levels of positive and negative self esteem in teens.
 

ADULT TESTING

Find answers to your emotional
well-being, career suitability, and more!

Psychological Testing Menu

Overall Intelligence and Social Emotional Functioning Tests for Adults
Measures IQ and overall intelligence in an adult and measures the ability to handle math, reading and other life skills; Measures levels of Self Esteem, Depression, Anxiety, and propensity for disruptive or violent behavior.
 
Adult Depression
Measures negative thoughts about self, life and the future, feelings of sadness and guilt, and sleep disturbance. Measures specific worries about job performance, and evaluates thoughts of anger. Identifies thoughts and behaviors associated with conduct disorder and measures feelings of positive self-worth.
 
Anxiety in Adults
Measures specific worries about job performance, marital relationships, the future, negative reactions of others, fears including loss of control, and physiological symptoms associated with anxiety. Measures concerns regarding thoughts of being treated unfairly by others, feelings of anger and hatred.
 
Marriage and Family Counseling
Provide valuable insight for marriage and family counseling.

Career Selection Counseling, Career Re-Selection and Changes in Career
Measures interest levels and skills. Measurements form the foundation for career counseling recommendations. Useful in making college selection decisions.

Substance Abuse; Treatment Selection
Evaluates participants in substance abuse programs and provides help in the selection of appropriate treatments.
 
Chronic Pain Management
Used to assess medical patients and design effective treatment strategies for chronic pain management.

ADHD Testing
Measures an individualís variability of response time (consistency), response time, impulsivity, inattention. Measures individualís ability to stay on task, attention span duration, degree of restlessness, ability to complete a task, ability to control emotions and ability to interact socially. Testing uses tools appropriate for adults.

Medication Effectiveness Testing for Adults with ADHD
Testing to determine the effectiveness of ADHD medications by drug and dosage. Comparison of one drug to another for effectiveness. Comparison of varying dosages on performance of the patient. Testing answers questions like: Is this the right drug for me? Is there a more effective drug. Is there a drug or dosage that will cause fewer side effects. Is the dosage right?  

Eating Disorders in Adults
Eating disorders come in all forms including refusal to eat, extreme weight loss, weight gain and obesity. Self image often plays a role in eating and nutrition. Testing can help determine underlying causes for these behaviors.  

Social Emotional Functioning Adults
Measures personality, behavior difficulties, and psychopathology in adults. Used to help identify underlying causes of behavioral changes, challenges and concerns.

Diagnosis Confirmation
Bipolar Disorder? Depression? Behavior Disorder? Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? Anxiety Disorder? Posttraumatic Stress Disorder? Is my diagnosis correct? Without a good diagnosis, treatment is impossible. Testing can help confirm or correct a diagnosis.

Job Suitability, Security Risk Testing
Assess major symptoms of social and personal maladjustment; identify suitable candidates for high-risk public safety positions.

SENIOR ADULT TESTING

Find answers to your emotional
well-being, cognitive function, and more!              

Psychological Testing Menu

Senior Competency and Capacity Testing
Measure the capacity of an older adult to live and function effectively alone.

Cognitive Decline
Measures based on rate of change in cognitive abilities including working memory, pattern matching, verbal productivity, problem solving, language comprehension, object naming and sequential reasoning. Measurements are used to help determine when it is not longer safe for a senior to live alone.
 
Depression in Seniors
Measures degree of depression according to a standardized scale calibrated for older adults. Testing measures severity of depression in seniors.

Anxiety in Seniors
Measures degree of anxiety according to a standardized scale calibrated for older adults, Testing measures severity of anxiety in seniors.  

Dementia
Dementia isn't a specific disease. Instead, dementia describes a group of symptoms affecting thinking and social abilities severely enough to interfere with daily functioning. Dementia evaluation includes testing of memory loss and impaired judgment or impaired language skills and the inability to perform daily activities.


Portrait Health Centers, Vernon Hills

 Treatment Center Locations
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
Eatontown, NJ 07724
Aurora, IL 60502
Oswego, IL 60543
Elgin, IL 60120
Lake in the Hills, IL 60156
Princeton Junction, NJ 08550
Grayslake, IL 60030
Chicago, IL 60611
Saint Charles, IL 60174
Oak Brook, IL 60523
Hinsdale, IL 60521
Barrington, IL 60010
Naperville, IL 60563
McHenry, IL 60050
Gurnee, IL 60031
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Rockford, IL 61108
Lockport, IL 60441
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716
Freehold, NJ 07728
Glen Rock, NJ 07452
Ramsey, NJ 07446
Parsippany, NJ 07054
Clark, NJ 07066
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Dallas, TX 75243
Dallas, TX 75244
Arlington, TX 76011
Meridian, ID 83642

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Therapists
Dr. Vicki Bolina - Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Elizabeth Holtz - Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Gina A. Buck, Ph.D - Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Michael I. Haas - Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Amanda Sheldon - Professional Counselor
John Beltramo - Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Courtney Martin - Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Justyna Dmowski - Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Alyssa Lentz - Licensed Professional Counselor
Michele Roeder - Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Psychological Testing
Psychological Testing

Registered Dietitians
Kimberly Novotny - Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Professional Coaches

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Last Modified: 8/2/2018  


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