50 minute One-on-One session with a psychologist to discuss various issues. Session identifies trait vs. state anger type and helps patient identify best coping techniques to manage anger constructively.
Extensive psychological evaluation which determines the presence of possible learning issues for college students. Assessment includes a Learning Style Inventory with specific recommendations for learning.
Comprehensive assessment that measures one?s cognitive, language, achievement, perceptual-motor, and social emotional status to determine eligibility for services and interventions to assist the individual.
Comprehensive evaluations to determine the presence of a Specific Learning Disability, Other Health Impaired, Autism, or Mental Retardation. Can also include a Learning Style Assessment to determine one?s preferred mode of learning.
Discussions with school personnel on how to best serve the needs of a child/adolescent exhibiting academic, social, emotional, or behavioral concerns. Visitation can include several observations of child in a variety of settings.
Each insurance company varies in its procedures for obtaining authorization for service. Gaining authorization rests in the hands of each client however, our office manager will assist you by contacting your insurance before your initial visit. She will contact you prior to your visit to review estimated insurance payments and co-pay requirements. Please begin the process by clicking on Contacts or phone Shelly Grey at 419-885-4121.
Our office will verify your benefits for you as a convenience only; you are ultimately responsible to know your own benefits. When our office verifies benefits we are not always given the correct benefits, we do our best to insure that they are correct, but errors do happen. We are only able to give you the information that your insurance company gives us. We recommend that you also verify your benefits, which will help to eliminate error.
It is very important that you understand that our office can NEVER guarantee payment even after we have been told that it will be covered and/or have an authorization. Coverage is always based on medical necessity and benefits at the time of service. There is always a possibility that one or more of the dates of services could be denied, leaving you a balance.
If you have any questions regarding this matter please feel free to ask, we will help to clarify any questions you may have.
Dr. Simon began her clinical psychology practice in the Toledo area in 1992 at Central Behavioral Healthcare before joining Assessment and Family Therapy in 2004. She attended the University of Dayton and Wright State Universityís School of Professional Psychology. She became a licensed psychologist in the state of Ohio in 1993. Dr. Simon is a member of the American Psychological Association, Ohio Psychological Association, and Toledo Area Academy of Professional Psychologists.
Dr. Simon considers herself a lifespan psychologist seeing children from age 3 up to adults through age 95. Her interests are family and individual therapy, psychological assessments, including ADHD, Aspergerís Disorder, and learning disabilities. She does many assessments for students who have ADHD in order to provide updated documentation for college entrance exams and learning services in college. She sees clients with depression, anxiety, phobias, adjustment concerns, stress, adult ADHD, behavior issues and anger issues. Dr. Simon has also worked with individual athletes for sports psychology purposes. She is currently a clinical consultant with The House of Emmanuel Boys Residential Facility. Dr. Simon has also consulted in critical incidence debriefings, and provided psychological care for nursing home residents. When she is not in the office Sherry is a soccer coach and referee.
Her specialties are:family and individual therapy, psychological assessments, including ADHD, Aspergerís Disorder, learning disabilities, sports psychology.