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A comprehensive assessment helps you to:

  • Properly diagnose and treat an extensive range of illnesses and disorders.
  • Create a medication strategy based on objective measures.
  • Identify personality issues that might effect treatment.
  • Establish a baseline and monitor change.  Once baseline functioning is realized, subsequent evaluations are useful to realize changes in cognition, functionality and emotional state after surgical, medical, behavioral treatment or during the progression of a disorder.
  • Plan effective treatment using the individual’s specific profile for a better intervention fit and therapeutic compliance.
  • Inform ongoing care giving the individual and their clinicians referrals and recommendations especially crafted for their overall profile.

Neuropsychological Assessment

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You are unique. Every brain is uniquely structured and each region of the brain acts and reacts interactively with every other part of the brain. Your brain has an influence as to your style of thought, your emotional state and your behavior patterns.

A neuropsychological assessment evaluates how your brain is functioning and helps clarify the relationship between your brain and your behavior and between your brain and your memory, attention, language, and motor skills.  It can also clarify important processes that can clarify why you make the decisions and take the actions that you do, your strengths and weaknesses and other important factors that affect your day-to-day functioning.

A Neuropsychological Assessment can help clarify cognitive problems such as:
•       Academic Skills (School performance, test-taking)
•       Attention and Concentration (attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder – ADD/ADHD)
•       Processing Speed (Slowed processing)
•       Learning and Memory (Memory loss, MCI, Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease)
•       Conceptual and Problem Solving Capacity
•       Language (Word-finding, aphasias, language initiation)
•       Visuospatial Abilities (detail recognition, coordination of details)
•       Sensory-Perceptual functioning (Recognition, Senory Processing Disorder)
•       Executive Functioning (Planning, organization, judgment, prioritizing)
•       Motor Performance (Coordination, Speed of movement)
•       Cognitive issues relating to brain injury (TBI, Concussions)
•       Cognitive issues relating to substance abuse or dependency
•       Post-medical Performance (Stroke, cardiac Event, Chemotherapy)

Personality Assessment

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A personality evaluation gives a springboard for clarifying ways to bring about clarity and understanding of your various traits that makes you unique.  Assessment includes in-depth
examination of
·      Personality traits, resources, and challenges
·      Perspectives and perceptions
·      Interpersonal functioning
·      Reactions to events
·      Methods of coping

Addiction Support Services

The addition of a Comprehensive Assessment to addiction treatment give clinicians and patients an edge over standard models, which may only consider the addictive behaviors. Identifying ALL the aspects of the individual relating to the substance use enables the patient or treating clinician to address underlying disorders, identify barriers to treatment and provide robust plans for relapse prevention.

Crosspoint Wellness addresses all aspects of the individual and provides patients and clinicians with specific, attainable treatment plan recommendations.

Comprehensive Assessment + Efficient Treatment = Effective Recovery

Psychodiagnostic Assessment

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Psychodiagnostic assessment is a specialized diagnostic process that identifies and quantifies the extent to which an individual’s psychological make-up is influencing their overall presentation. It disects outwardly confusing clinical presentations and provides objective data on specific psychological factors of an individual thereby enhancing diagnostic accuracy. Some situations in which psychodiagnostic assessment can be particularly helpful are:
·      Preoperative psychological evaluation for bariatric surgery or organ transplant
·      Identifying co-occurring disorders
·      Mood or anxiety disorders
·      Psychiatric differential diagnosis and treatment recommendations
·      Psychological assessment to return-to-work in a sensitive position

Spiritual and Cultural Assessment

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Spiritual and Cultural assessment are the processes by which the various factors of an individual’s spirituality and cultural make-up influence their overall presentation. The determination of spiritual needs and resources, evaluation of the impact of beliefs and culture on treatment outcomes and decisions, and discovery of barriers to treatment are all addressed through this aspect of a Comprehensive Assessment.

Special Factors such as Sleep, Pain, Trauma, Process Addiction

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Some individuals deal with sleep difficulties, pain that does not go away, trauma and other challenging situations that are often overlooked in a standard assessment.  These challenges can be debilitating and significantly detract from treatment adherence, efficacy of interventions and overall quality of life.

Examining these issues during the assessment process and treatment planning give individuals and their clinicians a clear and complete picture and allow all aspects of treatment to be addressed.

Treatment Planning

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Crosspoint Wellness reports and treatment plans are written in clear language and are designed to answer specific referral questions, provide intervention support and prioritize treatment goals. The various aspects of the Comprehensive Assessment are integrated and combined with recommendations specific to the patient and their needs.  The highest likelihood of success is achieved when assessment results are integrated into treatment planning.

Cognitive Remediation

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Remediation of cognitive deficits aims to improve cognitive processes (language, attention, memory, executive function, social cognition or meta-cognition) with the goal of long-standing change and generalization to all aspects of daily life.

Through a variety of interventions and establishment of routines aimed at learning strategies to compensate for cognitive challenges, cognitive remediation services teach individuals to compete utilizing their strengths. Some areas of intervention include:

Education regarding the specific strengths and weaknesses is combined with training in processes, strategies and daily activities. Cognitive Remediation includes the use of computer-based applications, workbook activities and hands-on tasks with guidance from the cognitive remediation specialist.


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Nursing Home Consultation

Behavioral and cognitive issues may present challenges to medical and nursing staff. Crosspoint Wellness can help provide a new conceptualization of these patients and integrated intervention.

Organizational/Facility Consultation

All organizations reach points where they need to evaluate or even change their programs to maximize the benefit to their patients. Crosspoint Wellness professionals understand how to engage all the appropriate players and help find solutions. Crosspoint Wellness also offers consultation regarding successful aging assessments and programs to keep organizations current in the support of their staff development.

Executive coaching

In a high-pressure environment, individuals are required to perform with optimum efficiency. Crosspoint Wellness clinicians provide a safe, confidential process for executives to receive all the information and support needed to realize and manage personal and professional goals.

Guest Speaking and Teaching

Whether in the classroom, corporate presentation, facility training or conference; Crosspoint Wellness use the most current research and tailors each presentation to the individual audience.