Progress happens one step forward at a time. You'll feel at ease with our providers and their deep understanding and experience. Level Up offers support for a variety of concerns. To see the specific struggles that all of our practitioners offer, view the Support Concerns Graphic on our home page, or select a practitioner on the Our Team page to see what struggles they support.
We're happy to offer:
evening & weekend appointments,
traditional office, in-home, video &/or phone sessions
Level Up Psychology In-home services available in Beaumont, Leduc and surrounding areas in Alberta. Sessions can also be booked for our Beaumont office location.
Assessments for Adults
As we learn more about the brain and behaviour, it is possible that adult were undiagnosed as a child or youth. Adults tend to reach out for an assessment when their child has been diagnosed with clinical symptoms such as ADHD or learning struggles/disorder. Adults can feel like there has always been something “different” about them from their peers, or perhaps they silently struggled with certain area in school. These struggles can show up at work and in relationship.
We complete assessment on adults who are looking for “answers” or perhaps. This can include behavioral, social, learning, or memory struggles. Some assessments that we complete are:
Clinical Assessments Help to explore concerns around mental health issues and disorders. These assessments identified possible personality disorders, ADHD, Depression, and Anxiety.
Popular clinical personality assessment test include tests such as: Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI-IV) the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory (MCMI-IV), and the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) but can also include non clinical assessments, which focuses more on personality traits and preferences, such as the Myers-Briggs test (MBTI), burnout inventories, emotional intelligence etc.
Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Written Expression, Cognitive disabilities, Learning disorders, Expressive and Receptive language disorders.
New-learning/memory, intelligence, language, visuo-perception, and executive function.
A Vocation Assessment is conducted in order to determine an individual’s skills, knowledge, strengths, interests, and aptitude in a variety of areas, with the purpose of identifying and determining their level of functioning in their job, and future decision-making around employment.
This type of assessment is usually for individuals who are unable to return to work in their typical job or continue previous lifestyle activities due to restrictions imposed by an injury or are in the process of a career change. We also look at a better understanding of your values and assist with personal alignment to develop individual goals.
Identify current strengths and challenges
Determine realistic employment avenues
Recommend a course of employment action
Regardless of the type of assessment, each assessment needs to be tailored to the unique needs of
the individual and the concern. Contact us for further discussion on how we can support your
We also complete a thorough assessment regarding eligibility for Pervasive Development Disorder (PDD) and AISH.