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Are you looking for reliable, thorough and timely psychological evaluations for your patients? 

The Maynard Counseling Center offers evaluations for:

  • learning disabilities, including dyslexia and dyscalculia 

  • cognitive functioning: ages 3 through 21 years, 11 months, including nonverbal patients

  • giftedness

  • autism spectrum disorders, generally assessed with ADOS-2 and ADI-R

  • attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

  • anxiety disorders

  • depression

  • and other mental health concerns


Evaluations go beyond screening tools and utilize the following tools across settings as needed to align with DSM-5 criteria:

  • standardized testing

  • observations 

  • clinical interviews

  • developmental background

  • standardized rating scales 


Differentiation: During her work as a school psychologist, Ines Maynard has conducted hundreds of evaluations and is familiar with differentiating between possible concerns and connecting results with intervention recommendations, which could be utilized in a school setting. 


Reports are generally available two weeks after the completion of the evaluation. Results are explained in person to parents with visuals to help understand the content and process questions, concerns and possible interventions. 


The Maynard Counseling Center offers individual therapy as well as skills trainings for children: 

  • Ages three through 18 years

  • Anxiety, including school refusal

  • Grief 

  • High functioning autism

  • Cultural Issues 

Depending on the child’s needs, different therapy options are chosen, such as play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, or exposure therapy. Furthermore, Ines Maynard is trained in emotional regulation skills programs, such as the Zones of Regulation. Children can learn be aware of their emotions, explore coping skills and receive individualized visuals and other tools, which can be used at home or at school.

Parents are considered the greatest resource for the child. Therefore, parents are offered the opportunity for reflection and self-care in a separate room while children participate in therapy.  

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