Welcome back to another happy hour episode with four of my good friends and testing psychologists!
I’m back with four of my favorite psychologists for another happy hour episode!
Dr. Theresa Regan translated her personal experience with an autistic child into a passion for helping autistic adults in her neuropsych practice. She’s here today to talk with me about her approach to identifying and assessing adult autism.
I am honored to have Dr. Seth Grossman and Dr. Robert Tringone on the show today to talk about the Millon family of instruments. Not only were Robert and Seth personally connected to Ted Millon for many years, they’ve continued to play major roles in the development and authorship of the instruments and those oh-so-nuanced interpretive reports.
I’ve spoken with a number of folks over the years about the growing shift to a dimensional model of mental health. Today’s guest has literally written the book on this topic! Dr. Ben Lahey has been researching and writing about dimensional concepts for years and years, and I’m so fortunate to have him here to share some thoughts.
Have you ever wondered how to go private pay and still provide access to folks who need evaluations but can’t pay for them? This episode is for you.
Dr. Sharp: Hello, everyone. Welcome to The Testing Psychologist podcast, the podcast where we talk all about the business and practice of psychological and neuropsychological assessment. I’m your host Dr. Jeremy Sharp, licensed psychologist, group practice owner, and private practice coach. PAR has a number of remote testing tools that will help you stay safe during social distancing times. Measures …