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What to expect?

Psychological assessment is not the same for every client. The assessment is tailored to you and your needs.

The type of assessment will be chosen specifically for you according to the reasons for your arrival. You can expect the assessment to take a minimum of two to three hours, and more if needed, especially when it comes to psychological assessment of children. Before the evaluation, you may be asked to think about your symptoms, thoughts and emotions. During the evaluation, it is important to be honest about your current situation, past experiences and daily challenges. This information will help your therapist better understand who you are and what is the best way to help you, as well as what you need to do next.

Clinical interview

Clinical interview is used in the first step of psychological evaluation, but also the therapeutic process. The goal of the interview is to check the symptoms, the history of the condition and the disease and the current difficulties. Keep in mind that such interviews are conducted in an accepting and non-judgmental way. Your therapist may also choose to do an interview with someone close to you, but certainly not without your consent.

Behavioral tests

Behavioral tests focus on how you react in certain situations. They help us assess your interests, values, attitudes, personality and work to give your therapist a more complete picture of who you are.

Personality tests

Personality tests are used to help you understand several aspects of your personality and what shaped it – the environment, hereditary factors and social influences. One example of a personality test is MMPI. This test can help your therapist recommend which form of therapy is necessary for you.

Intellectual functioning (IQ)

Although not used in every evaluation, it may be included based on your specific needs. This test is used to assess intellectual capacity, but also to understand your future abilities and capabilities. It can be used to measure: understanding, problem solving, abstract thinking, judgment, academic learning, experiential learning. The results on the IQ test may not cover the overall intellectual functioning, so interviews are conducted with family members, teachers and others who could give a complete picture.

Psychological assessment of children and youth

  • Detailed psychological assessment of individual abilities and learning needs,
  • Assessment of cognitive / intellectual abilities,
  • Assessment of emotional difficulties and behavioral problems,
  • Assessment of specific learning difficulties,
  • Professional orientation.

Psychological assessment of adults

  • Assessment of cognitive / intellectual abilities,
  • Assessment of emotional status,
  • Personality assessment,
  • Psychological profiling,
  • Neuropsychological assessment.

Psychological assessment of athletes

  • Assessment of cognitive abilities,
  • Assessing coping skills,
  • Evaluation of implementation strategies,
  • Assessment of emotional intelligence,
  • Behavior assessment with the aim of developing self-awareness,
  • Estimation of the frequency of use of mental skills,
  • Assessment of motivation and effective communication,
  • Resistance assessment,
  • Assessment of anxiety and stress in sports,
  • Assessment of aggression in sports.

Assessment of managerial skills and potential

  • Assessment of leadership skills,
  • Assessment of planning and effective communication skills,
  • Assessment of decision-making ability,
  • Ability to structure and lead teams.
  • Assessment of emotional intelligence,
  • Assessment of social competencies,
  • Assessment of work behavior,
  • Personality assessment,
  • Assessment of vocational orientation.

Job interview, professional selection and systematization

  • Assessment of cognitive abilities,
  • Assessment of job knowledge,
  • Personality assessment,
  • Biographical data analysis, categorization and systematization.
  • Analysis of reactions to situational stimuli.

Psychological assessment of couples

  • Partnership compatibility assessment,
  • Assessment of satisfaction in a partnership,
  • Assessment of specific stressors in relation,
  • Assessment of personal, partner and family goals.

Working hours

If you feel you need therapy, here we are:

  • Monday-Friday: 09:00 – 18:00
    Weekend: Closed
Prof. dr. Jasna Bajraktarevic

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We also offer the possibility of various online testing.