Assessments for Social, Emotional, and Behavioural Functioning:
Assesses children’s ability to make friends, keep friends, understand social cues, and understand other’s perspectives. This is achieved through interviews, naturalistic observation, and standardized measures.
Assesses children’s anxiety (performance, separation, coping), mood fluctuations, and self-esteem through interviews, observations, and standardized measures.
Assesses children’s behaviour through parent/ teacher interviews, as well as clinical and naturalistic observation. The goal of such assessments are to determine the triggers for a child’s behaviour and the environmental factors that may be inadvertently reinforcing these behaviours.