Hello, and welcome!

Thank you for visiting my website. My name is Dr. Paul and Psychology Services is my private practice. My office is in Downtown Littleton at the Curtice Center, an office building for mental health professionals. I provide comprehensive psychological evaluations to children and adolescents age 5 through 21. This includes testing for common neurodevelopmental disorders such as ADHD, Autism, and Dyslexia as well as testing for the large majority of psychological disorders affecting children.

Solving your child's social, emotional, or academic problems can be difficult. I believe the problem solving process should begin with a comprehensive evaluation because it will provide the answers and guidance you and your family need in order to access the proper treatment. I have confidence that engaging in the evaluation process at my practice will give you the information you need to make informed decisions. I know that you will find my work professional, timely, detailed, and high quality. You can read more about me and my qualifications in the FAQ section of this website.


Psychological Evaluations

I offer comprehensive psychological evaluations for clients age 5 through 21. The types of tests and methods I will use depend on the referral question. All evaluations include an intake session, a full day's worth of testing, a feedback session, and a comprehensive written report. Common evaluations include:

  • Intelligence (IQ) testing
  • Learning disability or Dyslexia testing
  • Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) testing
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder testing
  • Speech / Language Disorder testing
  • Mood or Anxiety Disorder testing
  • Intellectual Disability testing
  • Personality or strengths-based profiling


I also offer hourly consultation to clients struggling with the effects of a disability, especially when they affect a child's ability to be successful at school or in the community. Consultation often takes the form of:

  • Advocacy during special education meetings
  • Recommendations on the development of an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or Section 504 plan
  • Guidance on treatment (therapy methods, medications, etc.)
  • Brief, solution-focused therapy for families
  • Psychoeducation for parents and caregivers of children with disabilities


My goal is to offer affordable services. I currently do not accept insurance but I plan to in the future. The cost of my services is affected by the cost of doing business, the value of the service, and the availability of comparable services.

Cash or personal check are the only accepted forms of payment at this time. For comprehensive evaluations, half of the total cost is due at the intake session and half is due at the feedback session.


Please feel free to call, text, or email my office at any time. However, given the nature of my work, I may not be able to answer the phone. I am happy to offer 15 minutes of free consultation to prospective clients.

The Curtice Center

The Curtice Center

Testing office at the Curtice Center

A picture of the testing office

Frequently Asked Questions

I began working with children and adolescents more than 13 years ago as a classroom teacher after graduating from the Metropolitan State University of Denver with a BA in education. I taught English and math at the secondary level in public, charter, and private schools. Working with children who had special needs sparked my interest in psychology and so I pursued enrollment in a doctorate program at the University of Colorado. There I received training in a variety of practice settings including schools and clinics. I earned an MA in psychology and then a doctorate (PsyD) in psychology from CU. I hold a license as a secondary teacher, a license as a school psychologist, and I am in pre-license status for my license as a doctor of psychology. I currently practice under a supervising psychologist's license. You are welcome to view my LinkedIn profile to see my experience. You are also welcome to request a copy of my current resume which I will happily send to you. Details about my work and experience can be found in my disclosure statement and client policies.

Every evaluation is unique, but they all begin with a comprehensive intake interview where I will learn as much as possible from you and your family about the presenting concern. Intake interviews are usually an hour to two hours long with the option of in-person or virtual meeting format. Next, I will plan and prepare a battery of assessments to administer to the client (such as achievement or intelligence tests), the client's caregivers (rating scales or questionnaires), and potentially the client's teachers or extended family members. Then we will schedule a testing session which could last anywhere from 3 to 6 hours (with breaks of course). After I administer the assessments I will score, interpret, and report the results. I will prepare a written report and a presentation. Then we will hold a feedback session where I will share the results of the assessment, review recommendations, provide education resources, answer questions, and potentially provide referrals. Feedback sessions last between an hour and two hours and can be either in-person or virtual. You will leave with a comprehensive written report and reading materials.

I am fortunate to have extensive training in psychological assessment and am proficient with the following measures (not an exhaustive list):
  • Wechsler Intelligence Scales for Children, Fifth Edition (WISC-V)
  • Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scales, Fourth Edition (WAIS-IV)
  • Wechsler Nonverbal Scale of Ability (WNV)
  • Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence, Fourth Editoin (WPPSI-IV)
  • Woodcock Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities, Fourth Edition (WJ-IV-COG)
  • Cognitive Assessment System, Second Edition (CAS2)
  • Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children, Second Edition (KABC-II)
  • Universal Non-verbal Intelligence Test, Second Edition (UNIT-2)
  • Test of Memory and Learning (TOMAL)
  • Delis-Kaplan Executive Function System (D-KEFS)

  • Woodcock Johnson Tests of Academic Achievement, Fourth Edition (WJ-IV-ACH)
  • Wechsler Individual Achievement Test, Fourth Edition (WIAT-IV)
  • Comprehensive Test of Phonological Processing - Second Edition (CTOPP-2)
  • Gray Oral Reading Test, Fifth Edition (GORT-5)
  • Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, 5th Edition (PPVT-5)
  • Test of Written Language, Fourth Edition (TOWL-4)
  • Test of Word Reading Efficiency 2 (TOWRE 2)

  • Behavior Assessment System for Children, Third Edition (BASC-3)
  • Brown Executive Function/Attention Scales (Brown EF/A)
  • Beck Youth Inventories of Emotional and Social Impairment - Second Edition (BYI-2)
  • Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children 2nd Edition (MASC 2)
  • Revised Children's Manifest Anxiety Scale: Second Editon (RCMAS-2)
  • Conners 3 (Conners 3)
  • Conners Continuous Performance
  • The Test of Variables of Attention (TOVA)
  • Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure (Rey-O)

  • Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, Third Edition (Vineland-3)
  • Autism Spectrum Rating Scales (ASRS)
  • Childhood Autism Rating Scale, Second Edition (CARS-2)
  • Social Responsiveness Scale, 2nd Edition (SRS-2)

  • Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals, Fifth Edition (CELF-5)
  • Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration, Sixth Edition (BEERY VMI)
  • Grooved Pegboard
  • Projectives

If a client's ability to take part in standardized assessments is significantly impaired by the symptoms of their disability, then the type of testing I provide should produce evidence that accommodations or modifications are necessary. However, whether or not the College Board or other governing organization approves the recommended accommodations is completely up to them and depends on the strength of the documentation you provide.

I have a few policies that you will need to agree to as a part of my work with you and your family. I will ask you to sign these policies during our first meeting.

  • Payment, fees, and cancellation policy.
  • Disclosures, informed consent, and permission to test.

I was born and raised here in Colorado. I grew up in the mountains and spent a lot of time hiking, skiing, and biking. These days I live in Littleton with my wife and three children. I work part time as a school psychologist for Denver Public Schools. I also do contract software development work for other psychologists or helping professionals. I enjoy spending time with my family, gardening, playing musical instruments, playing video games, and improving my professional skills. Thanks for reading!