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VICTORIA C RIVAMONTE, PSY.D.
Clinical Psychologist
Clinical Neuropsychologist

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What I Specialize In

  • Evaluations for Psychoeducational purposes includes an initial consultation to determine possible reasons for the evaluation and the assessment includes testing of an individual’s general intellectual abilities, academic skills (reading, writing, and mathematics), cognitive abilities including attentional skills, language skills, visual-motor skills, executive skills, and memory skills as well as testing of their psychological and emotional functioning. Recommendations are made based on the diagnosis. The evaluation process for this type of assessment usually takes six to eight hours.
  • Evaluations for Neurological purposes consist of an initial consultation to obtain intake/historical information based upon possible reasons for the evaluation (e.g. head injuries, strokes, seizure disorders, etc). The assessment includes testing of an individual’s general intellectual abilities, academic screening, and cognitive abilities including language skills, visual-motor skills, executive skills, and memory skills as well as testing of their psychological and emotional functioning. Recommendations are made based on the diagnosis. The evaluation process for this type of assessment usually takes six hours to eight hours.
  • Evaluations for adults who are not in school but may want to clarify a possible diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and/or Learning Disability includes an initial consultation to determine possible reasons for the evaluation and the assessment includes testing of an individual’s general intellectual abilities, academic skills (reading, writing, and mathematics), cognitive abilities including attentional skills, language skills, visual-motor skills, executive skills, and memory skills as well as testing of their psychological and emotional functioning. Recommendations are made based on the diagnosis. The evaluation process for this type of assessment usually takes five to six hours.


Psychological Evaluations are performed to clarify and/or make possible psychiatric diagnoses.

  • Evaluations for possible psychological or psychiatric reasons for individuals who may or may not be in school consists of an initial consultation to determine possible reasons for the evaluation (e.g. depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders and PTSD ). The assessment consists of a diagnostic interview, review of historical information, and objective personality testing. Recommendations are based on the diagnosis. The evaluation process for this type of assessment usually takes four to five hours for children and adults. 
Neuropsychological Evaluations and Psychological Evaluations are performed for a variety of purposes. I have extensive experience in both areas. Some evaluations that I have performed include:

Evaluation Process