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A neuropsychological assessment examines brain-behaviour relationships. More specifically, it examines the presence and severity of any cognitive, emotional, and/or behavioural difficulties associated with specific neurological conditions including epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis, concussion, brain tumours, etc. At Royal York Psychology we provide neuropsychological assessments for children, adolescents, and adults. A neurocognitive assessment involves the testing of several cognitive/thinking functions including memory, attention, language, visual perception, and executive functioning, in addition to a comprehensive clinical interview and the completion of several questionnaires. The assessment can identify individual cognitive strengths and weaknesses, guide rehabilitation and provide cognitive compensation strategies. 

At Royal York Psychology we offer neuropsychological assessments to identify or rule out a host of conditions, including, but not limited to:

  • Neurocognitive Disorders

  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Adjustment Disorder

  • Memory Issues

  • Cognitive Impairments

  • Social/Emotional functioning

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Mood Disorders

Royal York Psychology

At Royal York Psychology, neuropsychological assessments include the following components:

Clinical Interview:

A 90-minute meeting with parents or individuals to obtain relevant medical, developmental, academic, learning, cognitive and social-emotional history.  In addition, online questionnaires will also be provided. Relevant medical and/or imagining reports will be reviewed.  Colleterial information will also be required.


Approximately 8-10 hours of standardized cognitive and academic testing, divided between several sessions.


A 90-minute meeting with parents or individuals to review assessment findings and discuss cognitive strengths and challenges and specific recommendations. A diagnosis may be communicated at this time.


After feedback, individuals or parents are provided with a comprehensive report that can be shared with their medical practitioner, school, college, or university

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