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As a licensed mental health professional with years of experience, Dr. Brams is dedicated to providing personalized and comprehensive mental health services to individuals of all ages. His developmental evaluations service is designed to assess the strengths and weaknesses of individuals across a range of developmental areas, including cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral functioning.
Through these evaluations, Dr. Brams can provide a deeper understanding of a person’s unique needs and challenges, as well as identify any underlying issues that may be impacting their mental well-being. With this knowledge, he can develop a customized treatment plan that addresses these specific concerns and helps individuals achieve their full potential.
Whether you or your loved one is struggling with learning difficulties, ADHD, anxiety, or other mental health concerns, Dr. Brams is here to help. His developmental evaluations service is a comprehensive and effective way to gain insight into the root causes of mental health issues and take steps towards achieving a happier and healthier life.
Don’t let mental health concerns hold you back from living your best life. Contact Dr. Andrew Brams today to learn more about his developmental evaluations service and take the first step towards improving your mental well-being.
Whether addressing adults or children, aspects of developmental concerns can impact relational and organizational capacity. Developmental disorders can become noticeable early in life or sometimes do not seem evident until an individual can no longer cope or adjust to demands or expectations in 1 or more settings.
For many individuals, there can be long-term or even lifetime disabilities or needs that impact the quality of life and trajectory of happiness and success. For instance, the assessment and rule out of an autism spectrum disorder, learning difference, or possible intellectual disability can assist in providing clarity in reference to expectations, prognosis, and importance of various interventions and can also produce a baseline of performance to compare to subsequent evaluations.
Aspects of reasons for such symptoms and needs can also be addressed such as the potential experiential or inherent reasons for why an individual meets criteria for a certain developmental condition. Sometimes these evaluations are required to meet the criteria for receiving services in school as well as in treatment centers.