Lynn’s Institute for Achievement and Learning now qualified for psychological testing

Lynn psychology grad students, under the direction of a licensed neuropsychologist, to conduct all testing

Published Jan. 05, 2010

Lynn's Institute for Achievement and Learning, a leader in the field of providing academic support for students with learning differences or for those who are seeking to enhance their academic skills and performance since 1991, is now qualified to conduct psychological testing for students and members of the community.

Associate dean of Lynn's institute and licensed pediatric neuropsychologist with over 35 years of experience, Theodore Wasserman will supervise Lynn psychology graduate students conducting the testing services within Lynn's Diagnostic Center for Educational Assessment – including determining qualification for SAT/ACT/LSAT/GMAT accommodations, neuropsychological testing, psychoeducational testing and gifted testing. All reports conducted by Lynn's Diagnostic Center for Educational Assessment are in compliance and meet the standards for the Palm Beach County School District.

For more information on Lynn's Diagnostic Center for Educational Assessment, contact Catherine Wharton, developmental education specialist.