Psychological Assessment

A Psychological Assessment consists of a diagnostic interview, a psychosocial review, and a focused battery of standardized tests.
  • General Personality Assessments [e.g., Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI), or Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI-2)]
  • General Mental Health Evaluations
  • Assessment of Trauma, PTSD and Related Conditions (e.g., dissociation and anger)
  • Assessment of Substance Use and Addictive Disorders
  • OASAS approved Provider of Clinical Screening and Assessment for Impaired Driving Offenders (e.g, DUI, DWI, DWAI, etc.)
  • Assessments for Civil Contexts (e.g., Personal Injury Claims, Workplace Disability, and Fitness for Duty)
  • Comprehensive Psychological Assessments
  • Consultations with Legal Professionals, Courts, and Agencies
  • Comprehensive Record Review and Written Reports
  • Weekend hours are available for assessments


Lesia M. Ruglass, Ph.D.Psychological Assessment