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When an individual has learning problems, it can be very helpful to have a psychoeducational assessment performed by a psychologist. 

 

The usual first step is to speak to the child's school regarding the possibility of seeing a psychologist that works with the schoolboard. This is paid for by the schoolboard, however there are often long waitlists. 

 

Sometimes there are community agencies (such as psychology training programs with a university) that can offer free, or low-cost testing. 

 

The quickest way is to pay privately for a psychologist working in private practice. In Canada, a psychoeducational assessment costs approximately in the $1,000-$2,000 range. 

 

In many cases, a parent's workplace may have a health plan that can pay for at least some of this expense.  

 

If you are having problems finding psychologists in this category, consider just looking directly under psychologists

Private Practice Professionals and Commercial Businesses

325 Lake Road, Bowmanville, ON, L1C 4P8 Map
905-623-1320
Area Served: Durham Region
13 years and up
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1315 Pickering Parkway, Pickering, ON, L1V 7G5 Map
905-426-7890
Area Served: Durham Region
All ages
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1280 Finch Avenue West, Toronto, ON, M3J 3K6 Map
416-520-6910
All ages
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300 Rossland Rd. E, Ajax, ON, L1Z 0M1 Map
905-683-7228
Areas Served: Durham Region, York (Regional Municipality)
All ages
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Kara Pierson Counselling and Consulting
325 Lake Road, Bowmanville, ON, L1C 4P8 Map
905-809-8122
Area Served: Durham Region
13 years and up
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ON, Canada
1-877-252-6707 (Toll Free)
Area Served: Canada
16 years and up
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