UNLV Psychological Assessment and Testing Clinic

The Psychological Assessment and Testing Clinic provides affordable and quality psychological assessment services to UNLV students and Clark County community members, ages 5 to adult.

Assessments identify both strengths and weaknesses and provide recommendations. The clinic operates 12 months out of the year and offers a sliding scale.

Individuals are most often referred for the evaluation of:

  • Learning disabilities
  • High functioning autistic spectrum disorders
  • Attention deficit disorders
  • Emotional/behavioral disturbances.

Other assessment services include, but are not limited to:

  • Verbal and visual thinking
  • Problem solving skills
  • Memory
  • Academic skills
  • Auditory processing
  • Attention/concentration
  • Emotions
  • Motivation
  • Personality characteristics
  • Social factors related to the questions being addressed.

The clinic operates out of the clinical psychology doctoral training program and serves as a training site for students who conduct the evaluations under faculty supervision.

Website: http://

Contact Name: Michelle G. Carro, Ph.D.

Contact E-mail:

Contact Phone: 702-895-0296

Audience: Adults
Categories: Community Service
Audience: Disabled
Categories: Health, Wellness & Safety

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