Have you found that you or your child struggles in school or at work? Do you have difficulty concentrating? Is learning a struggle for you or have you noticed recent changes in your school or work performance? Would you like to understand more about how you think about and relate to others?
We provide the following psychological assessment and testing services:
- Learning Disabilities
- Behavioral and School Problems
- Personality Assessment
- Neuropsychological Assessment
- Attention/Concentration Problems
- Dementia Screening – Can be offered fully remotely via telehealth if desired
Fees: Fees paid by clients are based on a sliding scale according to monthly gross income and number of dependents. Fees range from $460 – $1,725 for a comprehensive exam. UCLA faculty, staff, and students receive a 10% discount on assessment services. We accept cash, debit cards, and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, & Discover) as forms of payment. We do not accept checks as a form of payment.
Hours: Appointments are available during these daytime and evening hours:
Monday through Thursday, 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Making an Appointment: To make an appointment, please call (310) 825-2305.
Additional information about Dementia Screening Services: Are you or is your loved one experiencing memory loss? Do you wonder if it is simply a part of normal aging or whether it may reflect the early stages of a more serious condition, such as Alzheimer’s Disease or other types of dementia?
The UCLA Psychology Clinic offers a new service for older adults with concerns about memory loss and dementia, which can be offered fully remotely via telehealth if desired. The Dementia Screening Service provides a quick (approximately 3 hours) and cost-effective ($350) method to identify older adults who may be experiencing memory loss or dementia that may warrant a more thorough clinical evaluation or referrals to other providers. The Dementia Screen Service can also identify those who do not appear to be experiencing clinically significant cognitive changes or dementia. The one-time visit includes clinical interviewing of both patients and informants, questionnaires and rating scales, a cognitive screening measure, and a brief neuropsychological test battery. Preliminary feedback is provided at the end of the session, followed by a letter summarizing the key findings of the screening and personalized recommendations. All services are conducted by graduate students in the top-ranked clinical psychology Ph.D. program at UCLA under the supervision of the Associate Director of the UCLA Psychology Clinic, a licensed clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist with expertise in geropsychology. For further information or to make an appointment, please call the UCLA Psychology Clinic main office at: (310) 825-2305.
Additional Assessment Services: Adult clients (18+ years old) interested in more immediate service by a licensed psychologist with a specialty in neuropsychology may elect to receive assessment services provided by the Associate Clinic Director, Dr. Philip Sayegh. Dr. Sayegh will provide the intake, test interpretation, report writing, and feedback, and students may administer part or all of the standardized testing and conduct test scoring. These services are billed on a different scale than other assessment services, with an hourly rate of $201. The typical cost for a standard assessment battery is $2,814, which must be paid in full at the time of the first appointment. Additional fees may be charged for cases that require additional time, or a reduced fee will be charged for cases that require minimal testing. Total expected fees for this service range from $2,412-2,814. In addition to these comprehensive adult assessment services, hourly consultations with Dr. Sayegh are billed at a rate of $201/hour. For further information or to inquire about availability, please call the UCLA Psychology Clinic main office at: (310) 825-2305.
UCLA Psychology Clinic
(310) 825-6632 (FAX)
2191 Franz Hall
Los Angeles, California 90095-1563
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