Services Provided

We provide a broad range of psychological services in the following areas:

Psychotherapy & Psycho-educational Services
Assessment and Testing Services
Consultation Services

Below is a summary of types of services offered by our professional staff:  

Psychotherapy & Psycho-educational Services

Clinical Services: Clinical services offered at the Fowler Institute include individual psychotherapy (for children, adolescents, and adults), family therapy, couples/marital therapy, group therapy, and psycho-educational groups. Types of problems addressed include:

-  Adjustment Disorders to Situational Stressors

-  Mood Disorders

-  Anxiety Disorders

-  Relationship Problems (e.g., Marital, Parent/Child)

-  Children’s Adjustment to Divorce

-  Eating Disorders (e.g., Bulimia, Anorexia)

-  Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder

-  Learning Disorders

-  School Refusal in Children and Adolescents

-  Grief and Loss

-  Personality Disorders

-  Anger Management/Conflict Resolution

Non-Clinical Services: Non-clinical services offered at the Fowler Institute address a variety of needs by using positive psychology to capitalize on individuals’ existing strengths and skills. Non-clinical services can be offered to groups or individuals and include:

-  Performance enhancement (e.g., academic, work, or athletic improvement)

-  General life adjustment (e.g., college adjustment, work adjustment, relocation, retirement)

-  Lifestyle change

-  Relaxation training and stress reduction

-  Wellness

-  Problem solving/communication skills

-  Workshops as requested (e.g., positive parenting, assertiveness training, breaking free of worry and perfectionism)

Assessment Services

Psychologists are experts in human behavior and are trained to deal with complex processes. Psychologists are also trained in psychometrics and use of test scores within the context of a person’s life to help answer specific questions, solve problems, or make decisions. Some of the different types of psychological assessments include:

Neuropsychological Assessment- involves assessment (testing) with a group of standardized tests that are sensitive to the effects of brain dysfunction. These evaluations include assessment of functioning in the following areas:

-  attention

-  memory

-  learning

-  problem-solving and other complex abilities

-  visual-spatial functioning

-  language ability

-  motor functioning

-  emotional functioning

-  academic skill development

Psychological Assessment- includes a broad range of tests designed to address specific areas of concern, such as diagnosis and evaluation of psychological characteristics or processes and assessment of the effectiveness of interventions.  These tests include assessment of different domains such as:

-  personality assessment

-  interpersonal behavior

-  cognitive/intellectual functioning

-  marital-family interactions

-  parenting skills

-  child behavioral problems

Academic/Career Assessment- involves assessment of abilityachievement, interest and motivation in academic or work environments.

-  academic achievement

-  school adjustment

-  intellectual ability

-  career/vocational interest

-  career/vocational aptitude

Consultation Services

We provide a number of consultation services to answer specific questions, help solve problems, make decisions, develop actions plans, or promote development. Below are some examples of different types of issues addressed through our consulting services:

Corporate/Organizational Consulting: The study of organizations evolves from multiple fields including sociology, psychology, and business administration. As experts in human behavior and complex system processes, we provide consultation related to:

-  Employee related matters

-  Leadership style and development

-  Organizational style and development

Forensic/Court Related Consulting: Consultation services related to legal and quasi-legal problems (e.g., civil or criminal proceeding, competency and commitment proceedings, administrative hearings, or in relation to various benefits such as disability, workman's compensation disputes) including: 

-  Psychological Evaluations

-  Neuropsychological Evaluations

-  Expert Testimony

Licensing Boards, Employer Consulting: Consultation services are requested by individuals or organizations when decisions are being made about placement of individuals in particular work settings, (particularly safety sensitive jobs). Examples of consultations include:   

-  Return to Work Evaluations

-  Fitness for Duty Evaluations

-  Substance Abuse Evaluations

Professional Consultation- provide information, guidance, and support for the beginning clinician or continued assistance as needed for the developing professional. Roles are often defined by the clinical situation, local professional organizations, licensing laws, or individual development needs including: 

-  Supervision

-  Case consultation

-  Professional development


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