The Child, Family and School Psychology and Educational Services Clinic at the University of Denver provides psychoeducational assessment and consultation for infants, children, adolescents and young adults (aged birth-21 years old).
Services are designed for families who are concerned that their child’s development may not be typical, and for students who may be experiencing difficulties with learning, achievement and/or school-related behavior problems.
We provide assessment, consultation and recommendations for the following areas:
We also offer a Comprehensive Battery, which includes a personalized selection of assessments, including an individual intelligence test, an academic achievement battery, testing in specific academic areas as indicated, and, as needed, socio-emotional testing, ADHD screening and/or school visits
As a training center for education specialists and doctoral students, the Clinic is committed to delivering high-quality research-based services to families. Our clinical approach integrates the extensive clinical experience of our doctoral level, licensed, supervising school psychologists with the commitment and creativity of our graduate students who use up-to-date assessment and consultation methods based on state-of-the-art research.
Educational Services Fees
Educational services fees vary based on the type of assessments performed and are based on a flexible, sliding fee schedule. The comprehensive battery is $650, however, components of the testing may be selected individually and fees will be adjusted accordingly.
As a training clinic, we do not accept public or private insurance; however, families are readily accommodated by our fee structure and sliding scale. We are committed to providing high-quality services to a culturally and economically diverse clientele.
Please contact the Educational Services Director for a breakdown of fees and for sliding scale requests.