Diagnostic Assessment and Evaluation
We can help you identify personal struggles, underlying mental health issues, substance use disorders, trauma, grief, loss, and more.
You know something is missing… not right. You just can’t seem to get a handle on it. Whether you are dealing with your own struggles or the struggles of a loved one, you feel lost, disconnected, unsure of what to do. Sometimes it is hard to find hope that things could ever change. You are not alone, and we are here to help.
Origins Counseling’s Diagnostic Assessment Program can give you answers. We are here to help you understand both what is happening and exactly what to do about it. Maybe something just feels “off” with you or a loved one. Feelings of increased or constant stress, trouble sleeping, a sense of sadness or disconnect from the world, feeling overwhelmed, lacking a sense of purpose; all of these can be symptoms of an underlying problem that can be understood and helped.
Our services can:
- Diagnose underlying mental health issues
- Identify a pathway to healing during a difficult time
- Determine if you need further psychiatric or therapeutic support
- Develop a plan for healthy family dynamics
- Provide documentation for courts or legal reasons
- Supply employers with the appropriate documentation for returning to work
If you are looking for a quick and flexible solution to help you assess your mental health or substance use, our standard assessment can help. We complete a detailed diagnostic from psychological testing and clinical interviews to determine a path for your wellness.
Your Standard Assessment includes:
- Completion of an initial questionnaire and screening tool that you can complete over the phone or online in the comfort of your home (10-15 minutes).
- Face-to-face interview with a therapist who will help guide you through a process of discovery to really get to the root of what is happening. The therapist may also have you complete additional assessments as part of this process based on your specific needs (1-2 hours).
- Follow-up visit with your therapist to discuss findings and recommendations which will be provided to you in a written report. Recommendations will provide you with immediately accessible options, not just ideas and ideals (1 hour).