What is psychodiagnostic testing?

Psychodiagnostic tests are valid and reliable forms of psychological assessment, providing complex understanding of thought processes, personality characteristics and mood states.

They can be used as a part of comprehensive evaluation, to ensure diagnostic accuracy and to assist the clinician in planning appropriate treatment for the client.

Who can use psychodiagnostic testing?

We provide psychodiagnostic services to referred clients, GPs, health professionals or institutions on behalf of their clients.

Reports are fully confidential and involve treatment recommendations that are based on the synthesized results of the clinical interview, patient’s personal, family and cultural history, and findings from the standardized tests.

We use a variety psychological assessments including:

Complex Measurement in Health Psychology – areas covered:

  • Pain
  • Stress
  • Emotion
  • Coping
  • Social support
  • Quality of life
  • Illness, symptoms, disability, recovery
  • Individual and demographic differences
  • Health related behaviour
  • Beliefs about health
  • Evaluation of health care

Psychophysiological Stress Test – quantifies the level of individual stress reactivity measuring:

  • Skin temperature,
  • Skin conductance,
  • Blood volume level,
  • Muscle tone
  • Respiration
  • Heart rate variability

Full-Range Intelligence Test –  assessment of verbal and nonverbal intelligence and memory abilities yield to Full-Range Intelligence quotient