We help stressed-out parents with upset kids.

CALM DOWN KIDS provides psychological testing and therapeutic assessment for 0 to 16-year-old children whose parents are concerned with their child’s behavior and school success.

Assessments We Provide

We offer a wide variety of diagnostic and comprehensive psychological assessment services 

Mental Wellness Checkup

Mental Wellness Check-up

A Mental Wellness Check-up is for children ages 2.5 to 16 years old whose parents are concerned with how their child's mental development impacts their current and future success.
● A brief screening of 8 developmental domains● Determine if further assessment is needed

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Developmental Assessment

Developmental Assessment

Early intervention is key to helping your child be successful. We offer a comprehensive developmental assessment for children 0-5 years old.

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Autism Diagnosis

Autism Diagnosis

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex set of symptoms that challenges a child’s ability to make and keep friends.
● Odd behaviors and body movements● Trouble learning to take care of themselves● Difficulty with communicating and making eye contact● Avoid or ignore other children or prefer being on their own

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ADHD Diagnosis

ADHD Diagnosis

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has two distinct implications on a child’s development: inattention and/or hyperactivity. 
● Difficulty paying attention● Disorganized and losing things frequently● Forget what you just told them● Move non-stop without thinking

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IQ Testing

Intelligence (IQ) Testing

Intelligence testing is about understanding how your child learns, retains, and recalls information. It's more than just "being smart."
● Test memory and learning● Determine giftedness or intellectual disability● Support private school applications

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Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities

Dyslexia & Other Learning Challenges

Learning disorders, like dyslexia, are challenging in today’s fast-paced school environment.
● Trouble with reading, writing, and math● Struggle to keep up in the classroom● Poor self-esteem● Homework or school refusal

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Seeing your child's self-esteem drop because they are having difficulty can be heartbreaking.Do you feel clueless about how to help?

You Are Not Alone!

It's time to find new approaches to help your child succeed.


Schedule a call.

Reduce the back-and-forth of phone tag. Schedule a call within the next two weeks.


Discuss your needs.

Speak with a psychologist about your concerns and ask questions about the services offered.


Make things better.

Make a plan for ongoing services and resources. Watch your family transform.