***As of February 2021, the LEARN Clinic is beginning a gradual return to in-person testing for comprehensive evaluations. We are prioritizing inquiries made prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and those on our existing waitlist. We likely will not have testing availability for new inquiries until Fall of 2021. We understand this may be a source of frustration, and we hope to provide updated estimates over the coming months as we progress through these evaluations. Those who wish to inquire about remote diagnostic ADHD evaluations for adults, or consultation services, are encouraged to leave a detailed message for our intake coordinator Catherine at 206.616.2393. In addition, please see our LEARN Clinic Referral List (under the “LEARN Clinic Links” tab) for other referral options to pursue in the meantime. Thank you for your patience during this time.***
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.