Hours

Monday: 7am-8pm

Tuesday: 7am-8pm

Wednesday: 7am-8pm

Thursday: 7am-8pm

Friday: 7am-6pm

Contact

Tel (952) 443.4600

Fax (952) 443.4604

Locations

Victoria

1772 Steiger Lake Ln, Ste. 220

P.O. Box 51

Victoria, MN 55386

tel (952) 443.4600

fax (952) 443.4604

 

Chaska

1435 White Oak Dr., Ste. 200

Chaska, MN 55318

tel (952) 443.4600

fax (952) 443-4604

 

Prior Lake

16180 Hastings Ave., Ste 205

Prior Lake, MN 55372

tel (952) 443.4600

fax (952) 443-4604

 

Rosemount

2930 146th St. W., Ste. 114

Rosemount, MN 55068

tel (952) 443.4600

fax (952) 443-4604

Psychological Testing

Lorenz Clinic offers comprehensive psychological, psychoeducational, and neurocognitive testing for:

  • Young Children (ages 2.5-5)
  • Children (ages 6-12)
  • Adolescents (ages 13-18)
  • Adults 

We have the value that, in order to provide excellent testing that encapsulates a person's injury, the evaluator must first be an amazing therapist.  All our evaluators were first trained as psychotherapists.  The clinic's testing program is distincitve in that all evaluators are trained in family dynamics in addition to psychological evaluation.  

Examples of areas we evaluate include: 

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Complex Trauma
  • Disordered Attachment
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Mood Disorders 
  • Diagnostic Clarifications 
  • Personaility Disorders

Pediatric psychological testing is an especially specialized service in high demand.  Like most clinics, there is typically a two or three-month waitlist for our testing services.  

Not every case demands invasive psychological testing.  Like your physician's office, there is a continuum of assessment measures in the field of psychology.  If you had a broken arm, your physician would likely progress through a continuum of assessment means, each carrying a higher level of risk, invasiveness, and expense: an interview, examining the arm visually, ordering an x-ray, doing an MRI, surgery.  This progression is analagous to that of psychological evaluation.  Good evaluators always start with a Diagnostic Assessment check-up, a semi-structured interview where the evaluator assesses symptoms.  Just like how a physician can't order an MRI without working through prior appropriate measures, psychological testing can only be "ordered up" after the evaluator deems it medically necessary.  After a diagnostic assessment, it is possible the evaluator might determine testing is not necessary to the diagnostic process. 

Note: We do not offer forensic or court-ordered evaluations.