Assessment

Computerized Assessments

In addition to a brain map (qEEG), I use computerized assessments to first provide a baseline and then to track a client’s progress throughout the treatment process.  Depending on the client’s needs, I will use either of the following computerized assessments.

T.O.V.A. (Test of Variables of Attention)

For clients ages 6-11: The Test of Variables of Attention (T.O.V.A.) is a state-of-the-art continuous performance test (CPT) that provides highly accurate, reliable information about an individual’s sustained attention, speed and consistency of responding, and behavioral self-regulation – critical aspects of attention and executive functioning known to be compromised in persons diagnosed conditions affecting the central nervous system.

CNS Vital Signs

CNS Vital Signs is an in-office procedure that helps objectively assess neurocognitive function using computerized neuropsychological tests that assist clinicians in the evaluation and management of neurodegenerative, neuropsychiatric, and neurodevelopmental disorders, aid the monitoring and management of their progression e.g. healthy aging, measure the response to treatment e.g. ADD/ADHD medication, CBT, and help identify domains needing additional or full neuropsychological evaluations of brain disease. CNS Vital Signs also contains 50+ computerized evidence-based medical and health rating scales that can help clinicians quickly identify possible symptomologies, behaviors, and possible comorbidities.

Elise Jones

MA, LPC, LMHC,
Ph.D Candidate

Clinical Psychophysiologist and
Behavioral Health Specialist

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Phone

503-743-7549

Hours

By Appointment Only

Location

13568 SE 97th Ave., Suite 206

Clackamas, OR 97015

Evaluation and Biofeedback 

We strive to provide you with quality and relevant treatment and quality customer service at a price you can afford.

 

Patient Services – EEG Evaluation and Neurological report costs

Our evaluations and patient services are designed to help guide you to  the best type of intervention to help improve how you feel and perform.

A functional EEG  or quantitative EEE (Q-EEG) evaluation is the first step towards a recommendation of the best Biofeedback and Neurofeedback therapy.

 

 

Patient Services – Biofeedback and Neurofeedback Costs

The cost for Biofeedback or Neurofeedback cost will depend on a number of factors, including:

  • how quickly you respond to training
  • how compliant you are with recommendations outside of training (eg., sleep routine, nutrition, exercise, etc.)
  • your goals and your testing results

If you elect to receive any biofeedback/neurofeedback services at our office, there is an additional fee of $50 beyond that of an office visit. If you are using insurance, your co-pay and deductible will apply.

In general, neurofeedback training requires a minimum of 20 sessions.  The average number of sessions is 30-50.

The number of sessions required for biofeedback depends on a number of factors, but generally biofeedback (heart rate variability, muscle tension/GSR and temperature training) requires 2-5 sessions.

To know more about our patient services visit our Sadar Psychological Patient Services page.

We want you to feel your best. Call us if you have any questions.

Prices subject to change. Please telephone for most up to date pricing.

Elise Jones

MA, LPC, LMHC,
Ph.D Candidate

Clinical Psychophysiologist and
Behavioral Health Specialist