Psychological Evaluations

Morgan Health Centers

Psychological Evaluations

About Psychological Evaluations​​

It is important to know that many people struggle with mental illness, and others simply seek out therapy to help them cope with day-to-day problems.
More importantly, therapy is effective and helps to properly deal with issues rather than trying to deal with them on their own.

Evaluations assist psychologists in diagnosing the nature and severity of a person’s problems with memory, thought processes, and behaviors. Diagnoses can include depression, schizophrenia, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and addiction. At Morgan Health Centers, our evaluations are customized to the unique needs of each patient. A psychiatric evaluation aims to:
  • Include the patient while making decisions about an initial treatment plan
  • Rule out other physical conditions that might be causing the symptoms
  • Identify long-term problems that might emerge in the future
  • Make changes in the treatment if needed, for those who have had a psychiatric evaluation in the past
  • Confirm the diagnosis of a mental disorder that requires treatment by a psychiatrist
In general, a comprehensive evaluation is intended to offer increased awareness of why an individual may be struggling to meet developmental, academic, or social milestones. The process often helps to solidify appropriate clinical diagnoses, but more importantly, works to identify which interventional or support services are recommended in order for individuals to perform at their best across multiple settings. As such, upon written consent, our team will communicate as needed with physicians, psychiatrists, therapists, school professionals, and other psychologists in order to coordinate management of the individual’s treatment plan, educational programs, and/or other necessary referrals or placements.
Morgan Health Centers » Mental, Physical & Nutritional Health & Wellness

Our Psychological Evaluation Professionals​

» Dr. Robin Wand, PsyD. offers the following psychological evaluations.

  • Anxiety & Depression
  • Cognitive Issues
  • Mood/Personality Disorders