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Neuropsychological Evaluations


(from 6 years old)

During the evaluation of attention, the clinical interview is followed by the passing of standardized tests to which various questionnaires are added.

Subsequently, an ÉEGq is performed, making it possible to verify the presence of cerebral abnormalities through a helmet comprising 19 sensors. These sensors record the electrical activity of the brain which is then compared to a standard according to age group. We thus obtain a map of the electrical anomalies of the brain.


(from 6 to 17 years old)

Neuropsychological assessment can detect various neurological disorders such as attention deficit disorder (ADD) with or without hyperactivity, learning disabilities (reading, writing, mathematics) or syndromes such as Gilles de La Tourette syndrome. , for example. Lasting an average of 6 hours, this assessment makes it possible to establish a complete profile of strengths and weaknesses and to issue relevant recommendations.


The psychoeducational assessment makes it possible to assess the adaptive capacities and difficulties of the person and their environment through direct or indirect observation, through questionnaires as well as standardized assessment tools. The parent can give the assessment to the doctor or a competent person to make a diagnosis.

The psychoeducational intervention

Offer psychoeducational intervention and support services to families of children at home, in the office or remotely.

Support parents with education, discipline, supervision, autonomy and daily routines.

Support the child in the regulation of emotions, in terms of challenging behaviors at home or at school, interpersonal relationships and problem solving.
Consultation with child care settings, schools and other settings.