At the Psychological Services and Training Center
Learning and Behavioral Assessments for Children, Adolescents, and Adults
Who Are We?
The LEARN Clinic is a self-sustained specialty clinic within the University of Washington’s Psychological Services and Training Clinic. OUR MISSION is to provide high-quality training in psychological assessment to clinical psychology graduate students at the University of Washington, while also providing assessment services to the community at-large. Dr. Julie Quamma, the Director of the LEARN Clinic, conducts and/or directly supervises all evaluations.
The LEARN Clinic provides evaluations and consultation addressing a variety of learning, attention, and behavioral problems experienced by children, adolescents, and adults. Most commonly, we conduct comprehensive evaluations that include a thorough clinical interview and administration of an individualized battery of psychological and neuropsychological tests and behavioral questionnaires, with the goal of obtaining a comprehensive assessment of cognitive functioning across a variety of domains of functioning, and to identify strengths and weaknesses, as well as any specific learning and/or attention problems. Clients then participate in a feedback session where test results, impressions, and recommendations are provided. A comprehensive written report documenting these findings and recommendations is then finalized and distributed to clients.