The Wright Institute Assessment Clinic

The Wright Institute Assessment Clinic

The Wright Institute Assessment Clinic offers low-fee psychological and neuropsychological testing for children (age six and above), adolescents and adults. Testing, diagnosis, and recommendations are provided by Wright Institute doctoral students under the supervision of licensed clinical psychologists and board-certified neuropsychologists. Following evaluations, clients receive direct feedback and written reports to clarify assessment results for them. We also work with referring practitioners to integrate results into continuing treatment.

Psychodiagnostic and Neuropsychological Assessments to:

  • Provide a diagnosis or differentiate between diagnoses
  • Assess severity of problems
  • Evaluate an individual's level of functioning
  • Develop recommendations to help with neuropsychological or psychological difficulties
  • Determine qualifications for accommodations or disability

Typical Referrals Include Cognitive and/or Psychological Concerns Due to:

  • Developmental disorder, suspected intellectual disability, or poor intellectual functioning
  • Learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Mood disorders
  • Anxiety and panic disorders
  • Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Behavioral problems
  • Substance abuse
  • Personality disorders

Fees

Fees for the Wright Institute Assessment Clinic are assigned on a sliding scale based on the individual or family gross income. Fees can generally be expected to range between $250 and $2,500. When exceptions to the fee appear to be necessary due to extraordinary hardship or clinical reasons, a reduced fee may be considered.

Clinic Staff

Training Directors and Supervisors

Howard J. Friedman, Ph.D., ABPP
Licensed Psychologist, Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology, PSY7986

Sumana Kaipa, Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist PSY23250

Contact

skaipa@wi.edu

Testimonials

"The Wright Institute Assessment Clinic training program greatly expanded my knowledge of psychometrics and my ability to make use of complex and sometimes conflicting test data. There's no doubt that advanced assessment skills set me apart in subsequent internship and postdoctoral applications and led to my dream job as a juvenile forensic evaluator."