PsychAccess® serves:

  • Native English speakers, and
  • Those clients who are more fluent in the English language than German.
  • Adults, senior citizens, young adults, teen-agers and children aged 7+.

PsychAccess® is available to:

  • Those with referrals from doctors, psychological counselors/therapists, and school counselors
  • And, to those seeking to understand their potential and talents, furthering personal and professional growth.

PsychAccess® provides:

  • Access to fair psychological assessments based on interviews conducted in English with a native English speaking Psychologist,
  • Access to fair assessments with original, top quality psychological tests in the English language in the following areas:
    • clinical (i.e. anxiety, depression, chronic pain, memory, attention, ADHD)
    • psychoeducational (i.e. learning disorders, mental retardation, motivation, achievement)
    • vocational interests/development (i.e. interest searches and career changes)
    • personality testing (i.e. introversion, self-esteem, coping styles), and
    • therapy oriented (i.e. family dynamics and above mentioned topics).
  • Access to fair assessment results based on comparisons to the English speaking populations, and
  • Access to modern computerized tests.
  • Some testing is also available in German.
  • An assessment typically includes the interview, testing, written report and a final consultation.

Psychological Consultation at PsychAccess®:
Consultations are available in English or German. Areas of specialty include:

  • Transition stress after an international relocation,
  • Learning disorders and ADHD,
  • Parent coaching,
  • Psychological aspects of chronic pain and illness, heart disorders, and
  • Stress management.

Occasionally, referrals to other colleagues follow the assessments. PsychAccess® has a network of English speaking professions available for clients.

Quality Control at PsychAccess®:
Supervision is provided by

  • Dr. Eva Adler, Clinical and Health Psychologist; Psychotherapist; School Psychologist; and Dyslexia Trainer
  • Dr. Peter Rothschild, Psychiatrist and Neurologist