Note: All prices listed below reflect self-pay rates. If you plan to use insurance,
rates for services will be determined by your individual insurance plan.

We offer counseling, therapy, and coaching services for educationally relevant difficulties, including emotional and behavioral aspects of such difficulties. We use techniques such as: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Coping Skills Training, Social Skills Training, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Mindfulness-Based Therapy.

All of our psychologists provide in-person sessions. Sophia Whitehouse is also able to provide teletherapy.

Structured Interventions
We provide evidence-based, scientifically-supported interventions for academic deficits, including: basic reading skills, reading fluency, reading comprehension, math calculation, math problem solving, written expression, and spelling. We also intervene to address behavioral difficulties, such as: homework and organization skills, study skills, applied behavioral intervention, and executive functioning.

Behavior Observations
We are available to come to classroom, home, or community settings to observe your child and make recommendations to address social-emotional and/or behavioral difficulties. We are currently available to travel within the Dublin, Powell, Lewis Center, Worthington, and Hilliard area.

Functional Behavior Assessment & Behavior Intervention Plan
$600 flat fee
The goal of a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) is to identify problem behaviors and develop interventions to improve or eliminate them. It includes: interviews to establish antecedents, behaviors, and consequences, hypothesizing the function of the behavior, direct observation of the child, and a summary of the results. Once the FBA has been completed, we will create a personalized Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) that identifies evidence-based interventions to use to reduce/eliminate the problem behavior.

Giftedness Evaluation
$650 flat fee for Comprehensive or
$150/hour for domain-specific

Our comprehensive giftedness evaluations include a comprehensive IQ and academic assessment. Results will be scored immediately after the session and a written report will follow.

We are also able to provide giftedness assessments in particular domains (e.g. math only) at our hourly rate, including time for the assessment, scoring, and writing of the report.

Speech/Language Therapy
$80/half hour
Private therapy, including interventions as appropriate for speech articulation/sound disorders, receptive language, expressive language, pragmatic language, and augmentative/alternative communication services.

Speech/Language Evaluation
$220 - 1 hour session
Our speech evaluations are curated to each individual child's needs/concerns, but may include: observations of oral periphery, voice, and fluency, and norm-referenced assessments of receptive language, expressive language, auditory memory, auditory discrimination, word-finding, pragmatic language, and articulation.

Consultation & Advocacy
We are able to review documents from your school district, such as ETRs, IEPs, Section 504 Evaluations and Plans, and MTSS/IAT Plans, to help you advocate for the needs of your student. We are also available to attend meetings with the school district and consult with teachers regarding your student's learning.

Brief Educational Screening
$350 flat fee
Our screening sessions are brief and are used to determine whether there is reason to suspect that a child may have a disability in a specific academic area or significant attention difficulties. Results are not sufficient to garner a diagnosis, but may assist in determining whether a comprehensive evaluation is appropriate. 

Comprehensive Psychological & Academic Evaluation
$2500 flat fee; speech add-on for $200
Including evaluations for:

  • ADHD

  • Anxiety/Depression

  • Autism

  • Dyscalculia (math disability)

  • Dysgraphia (writing disability)

  • Dyslexia (reading disability)

  • Intellectual Disabilities

  • Opposition Defiant Disorder (ODD)

Our comprehensive psychological and academic evaluations include parent and student interviews, consultation with teachers, assessment of general intelligence, academic achievement, social-emotional status, and executive functioning. Results of these evaluations may lead to relevant diagnoses and we will always provide intervention recommendations. Some intervention services are available in-house. All evaluations begin with an intake meeting, followed by 1 or more testing sessions and a final meeting to review the results. Meetings can be held via video conference or in person. Testing sessions are in-person only.