Healthy Minds, Safe Communities
Full Clinical Evaluation
A full clinical evaluation is a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation that will assess for the presence of neuropsychiatric disorders, major mental illnesses, personality disorders, and behavioral disorders which contribute to the presentation of problematic sexual behavior. The evaluation includes the following:
- Review of collateral records (police report, witness statements, and treatment records)
- Consultation with direct care staff and law enforcement (probation, parole, Sex Offender Registry Board)
- Psychiatric interview
- Psychological testing
- Physiologic testing
- Medical testing
- A final report with diagnostic impressions and recommendations
- A case conference with the individuals involved in the patientís treatment will be conducted. The goal of the conference is to review the recommendations and develop an effective treatment and supervision plan.
Our staff is available to provide telephone consultation and teleconferencing to both healthcare providers and individuals seeking treatment.