Dr. Hoffman is skilled in addressing a full range of mental and behavioral health concerns for clients of all ages. She has a strong reputation for effectively working with children, adolescents, couples, individuals and their families. Psychotherapy appointments are normally 50 minutes in duration. The following issues are commonly treated with psychotherapy:

Child and Teen Concerns

-Academic Problems 

-Adjustment/Reactions to Life Events 

-Adolescent Relationship Issues

-Anxiety, Worry, Fears, Stress

-Attention Disorders (ADHD)

-Autism Spectrum Disorders

-Child Abuse

-Self-Injurious Behaviors (Cutting)


-Developmental and Behavioral Problems

-Divorce and Family Problems

-Eating Disorders

-Motivational and Conduct Concerns

-Time Management

-Spiritual Issues


-Parent/Child Conflict Resolution

-Poor Self Esteem

Adult Concerns

-Adjustment Issues

-Anger Management

-Anxiety Disorders

-Adult ADHD

-Mood Disorders (Depression, Bipolar)

-Marital and Relationship Concerns

-Sexual Issues

-Chronic Illness or Pain

-Spiritual Issues


-Self Esteem

-Women’s Issues, Infertility, Miscarriage


-Family Conflict

-Parenting Concerns



-Eating Disorders

-Personality Disorders

-Career Guidance, Workplace Stress

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        Psychological Assessments:

Psychological testing can help improve the accuracy of diagnosis and clarify questions about thinking, performance and personality. When a client has complicated problems, psychological assessment can also help clarify how to proceed with treatment. Dr. Hoffman works closely with your physician, psychiatrist, therapist, or children’s teachers and caregivers to answer referral questions in a comprehensive way.


Psychological assessments typically consist of a clinical interview to obtain information about identified concerns and pertinent background information. A customized battery of psychological assessments and screeners are then administered depending on the client's individual needs and referral question. 

Dr. Hoffman personally completes all aspects of the assessment process to ensure the highest quality of services. She does not utilize psychometrists or psychological testing technicians. When selecting psychological assessment services, be sure to ask if all testing will be completed by a doctoral-level psychologist.


Psychological assessments are offered for the following referral questions:


·Child and Adult ADHD Testing

·Autism and Asperger's Disorder

·Learning Disability / Education Planning

·Memory Problems 

·Cognitive/ IQ Assessment

·Diagnosis Clarification

·Personality Disorder Assessments

·Parental Evaluations for Adoption


Only the most current psychological assessments are used, including electronic administration with iPads to enhance reliability and efficiency. Below is a partial list of the wide range of tests that Dr. Hoffman frequently administers: 


  • Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale

  • Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children

  • Wechsler Individual Achievement Test

  • Test of Variables of Attention

  • Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule

  • Behavior Assessment System for Children

  • Beck Youth Inventories

  • Conners 3

  • Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory

  • Millon Personality Inventories

  • Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration

  • SCAN Tests for Auditory Processing Disorders

  • Adaptive Behavior Assessment System


For more information about what to expect with psychological testing and assessment, read this article from the American Psychological Assocation.