The Belin-Blank Center’s Assessment and Counseling Clinic offers a range of assessment and therapy services to help high ability and twice-exceptional students access opportunities and achieve their goals. Our career assessments are a useful tool in helping an individual explore their interests, abilities, personality characteristics, and personal values to assist in exploring potential careers.
You may wish to consider our career assessment if your child is:
- Overwhelmed by the possibilities of the next stage of life and desires guidance to narrow the options.
- Looking for information about the suitability of different career paths based on individual factors like interests and personality factors.
- Seeking greater self-understanding but do not have a need for a comprehensive educational or diagnostic evaluation.
During a career assessment at the Belin-Blank Center, a student would participate in a brief interview with our counseling staff. Afterward, the student would complete computerized and paper-and-pencil rating scales to provide information relevant in making career choices. Our psychologists would then discuss the results and their implications with the student. Following the assessment, the student and their parents are provided with a report detailing the results and our recommendations.
The cost of a career assessment is $250. Because career evaluations are not medical in nature, fees for these services cannot be submitted to insurance for reimbursement.
In addition to career assessments, available clinic services include educational evaluations (to assist with academic planning), twice-exceptional evaluations (for psychological diagnosis), and therapy with licensed psychologists or trainees.
Could a career assessment be beneficial for your child? You can request an appointment through our online intake form.