What is Testing?

Sometimes, in addition to a careful assessment by a counselor, formal testing is useful to describe symptoms and functioning in a standardized manner to give the clinician a better sense of intensity and range. The CWC provides two types of formal testing:

Psycho-educational Testing
provides information useful in the diagnosis and treatment of: Personality Testing provides information useful in the diagnosis and treatment of:

How do I begin?
The first step to determine whether testing is appropriate for you is to schedule an appointment.  Once you have seen a counselor for the initial appointment, they will be able to refer you for the testing process or redirect you. If you already see someone at the CWC, talk to them about your interest in testing.


About Us

The staff of the CWC includes licensed psychologists, licensed mental health counselors, clinical social workers, psychiatrists, psychiatric fellows, psychiatric nurse practitioners, postdoctoral associates, psychology interns, counselor education  interns, and practicum counselors. All of our staff are generalists and see students presenting with a variety of issues. 

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3190 Radio Rd.
PO Box 112662
Gainesville, FL 32611-2662
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