Maudlin and Associates ™
Karen Maudlin
Psy.D., CPCC
Kenneth Davison
Cindy Takiguchi
Manette Galván Turner
Robert Gregory
Daniel Doebler
Trevor Simpson

Several types of psychological testing are offered at Maudlin & Associates. We offer testing to diagnose psychological problems, identify ADD/ADHD, assess for gastric bypass surgery, and evaluate potential adoptive parent candidates. We test both adults and children. Assessment is individually tailored to address the questions the client wants answered as well as providing key treatment recommendations according to the results. Testing involves a face-to-face consultation with a clinical psychologist, paper/pencil tests, and online testing. The psychologist then meets with the client to review a written report summarizing the test results and make plans for treatment. In addition, consultation with school personnel, psychiatrists, family practice doctors, or other clinicians is part of the process.

ADD/ADHD Evaluations are provided for children, adolescents, and adults. Interviews, comprehensive school/home history, and paper/pencil tests are completed by the identified client and others in the home and work/school environment.  A written report is provided to the client, family, and any key constituents.

Adoptive Parent Evaluations are provided for parents in the process of adopting a child. This evaluation consists of interviews and objective personality testing. This information is synthesized into a clinical report provided to the adoption agency requesting the evaluation

Gastric Bypass Evaluations consist of an interview and objective personality testing provided by a licensed clinical psychologist to determine if an obese patient is psychologically fit and prepared to engage in gastric bypass surgery.

Psychological Evaluations are provided for children, adolescents, and adults. Interviews, comprehensive history, and standardized tests are integrated into a clinical report. Testing provides a differential diagnosis, personality features, psychological patterns, and coping strategies to secure a highly attuned treatment plan for therapy.