Psychological and Neuropsychological Testing FAQs

What is a licensed Psychologist?

Licensed Psychologists are educated, trained professionals, licensed by the State.

What is a Licensed Psychologist who does Testing?

Some Licensed Psychologists receive additional extensive training to assess, test, evaluate and treat a large variety of emotional disorders.

What is a Neuropsychologist?

A Neuropsychologist is State Licensed Psychologist, with extensive training in the assessment of brain behavior relationships.

What is a Neuropsychological Assessment and Evaluation?

A Neuropsychological assessment and evaluation is used to identify problems with memory, motor coordination, personality changes, concentration, language difficulties or reasoning due to medical issues, trauma or genetics. The following is a preliminary list of items covered during the assessment and evaluation:

  • Motor and sensory skills
  • Visual and verbal memory and perception skills
  • Concentration and attention
  • Verbal skills
  • Personality Disorders
  • Mood Disorders
  • Academic capabilities
  • Problem solving and reasoning

What is the Process?

Dr. Gill will first interview you and assess your personal situation and then give you a variety of personalized tests. He will question you about your medical history, mental issues, prescription medications, supplements and other items. Please be honest with your answers in order to help get you the finest level of care.

How will the test results and report help me?

The tests are administered to identify and define conditions to showcase your strengths and weaknesses and how you approach the problems. A treatment plan will then be developed to help you.

What is the youngest age of a patient you will work with?

Dr. Gill will work with patients ages 6 and above.

Do you take insurance?

Dr. Gill does not accept any insurance. Patients are responsible for all fees and charges incurred. Your payment is due prior to the time of your first visit.