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Psychological Testing

Testing Policies

All psychological testing is conducted by counseling psychology doctoral graduate assistance under the direct supervision of Thomas R. Berry Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist.


For traditional attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or learning disability (LD) testing, a payment of $175 of the total $350 fee is due at the first testing session. The remaining $175 is due prior to the release of the final report at the feedback session. Payment is accepted in the forms of cash, check or bursar (for OSU students only). We do not accept insurance. Payment for personality and other psychological testing is dependent upon tests needed for evaluation. Please contact us for more information.


All psychological assessments include:

  • A comprehensive intake session
  • All necessary testing sessions (typically two sessions)
  • An hour-long feedback session covering a detailed explanation of the results

Report turnaround time may vary. An updated waitlist estimate can be provided upon calling the clinic. Please note that we are unable to provide testing related to legal proceedings.


What is ADHD?

Have you ever wondering whether you might have attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? As one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders of childhood, ADHD is usually first diagnosed in childhood and often lasts into adulthood. Adults with ADHD may experience difficulties at work and in their personal and family lives as related to ADHD symptoms.


Deciding if someone has ADHD is a process with several steps. There is no single test to diagnose ADHD, and many other concerns, such as anxiety, depression, sleep difficulties and certain types of learning disabilities, can have similar systems.


Learning Disabilities

Specific learning disabilities are neurodevelopmental disorders that often develop during childhood, though may not be recognized until adulthood. Most learning disabilities offer in one of three areas: reading, mathematics and writing.


For more information about student accommodations, please contact Student Disability Services at 405-744-7116.

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