The School Psychology Assessment Center (SPAC) is a clinical and research resource on the SFA campus and part of the Psychological Services Clinic. It is a graduate training center within the Department of Human Services and more specifically the School Psychology Program. The mission of the School Psychology Assessment Center is to provide affordable, quality mental health assessment/care to the campus, community, and area residents. SPAC provides psychological assessment services for the measurement of disorders that affect psychological, emotional, academic, and occupational functioning. These include:
- Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder
- Learning Disabilities
- Depression and Anxiety
- Neurocognitive Disorders Including Nonverbal Learning Disabilities
- Psychosis and thought Disorders
- Personality Disorders
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
Testing is comprehensive in nature, consisting of multi-method assessment of personality, contextual, neuropsychological, and intellectual factors. The Faculty/Psychologists and graduate students in the Psychology Center embrace an integrated care model that promotes collaboration with the client and other health professionals who are involved in the client's care. With this approach, students will also utilize supported behavioral, academic, and counseling interventions. Graduate students and faculty specialize in the use of empirically supported assessment procedures and treatments that have been developed based on psychological science.
The center is staffed by students studying to become psychologists, and includes review and supervision of work by Licensed Psychologists, as well as by Licensed Specialists in School Psychology.
Please review our site and the attached forms. There is discounted pricing available for those who qualify. Please contact us with any questions (email is preferred).