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Psychological Testing at CAPS


For the remainder of the Spring 2016 semester, testing will be provided on a very limited basis due to the heavy demand for therapy services. Please see below for more information.

  • Learning disorders: If you are interested in being tested for a learning disorder, please come to PSYC 1120 and indicate that you are interested in this. You will be asked to complete some paperwork, and you will be scheduled for a 30 minute testing screening.
    • If further testing is recommended and CAPS can meet your needs, you will be provided with information about moving forward with testing. The entire process will likely require about 6-8 hours of your time face-to-face, and it will cost $500.
    • If further testing is recommended and CAPS cannot meet your needs, you will be provided with community referrals for testing.
    • If further testing is not recommended, you will be provided with other recommendations.
  • ADHD: Testing for ADHD will not be provided for the remainder of the Spring 2016 semester. You have the following options:
    • If you have previously completed testing, and you would like that information to be reviewed in order to seek treatment at Purdue, you can come to PSYC 1120, complete some paperwork, and get scheduled for a 30 minute appointment. During this appointment, the provider will review available documentation and make recommendations.
    • If you would like to talk to a provider about whether seeking testing in the community may be helpful for you, you can come to PSYC 1120, complete some paperwork, and get scheduled for a 30 minute appointment. During this appointment, the provider will talk to you about your concerns and make recommendations.
    • If you would like testing for ADHD, the primary local provider for this service is Alpine Clinic (765-446-9394). You can call them in order to seek more information about their services or schedule an appointment.
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder/Asperger’s Disorder (ASD): Testing for ASD will not be provided for the remainder of the Spring 2016 semester. You have the following options:
    • If you have previously completed testing, and you would like that information to be reviewed in order to seek treatment at Purdue, you can come to PSYC 1120, complete some paperwork, and get scheduled for a 30 minute appointment. During this appointment, the provider will review available documentation and make recommendations.
    • If you would like to talk to a provider about whether seeking testing in the community may be helpful for you, you can come to PSYC 1120, complete some paperwork, and get scheduled for a 30 minute appointment. During this appointment, the provider will talk to you about your concerns and make recommendations.
    • If you would like testing for ASD, the primary local provider for this service is Alpine Clinic (765-446-9394). You can call them in order to seek more information about their services or schedule an appointment.