Do you have questions about your child's development?
On the other hand, could your child use academic enrichment?
Perhaps, you would like to gain insight into your child's emotional and behavioral skill sets?
Allow me to evaluate your child to determine his or her needs.
My name is Ebony Sutton. I am licensed by the state of Florida to practice as a private school psychologist. I believe that each child is exceptional. It is my passion to provide children with optimal opportunities to learn more about themselves and their abilities. I primarily serve children and young adults. It is my belief that providing a relaxed, play centered approach will gain your child's interest and best efforts in assessment. This will provide the answers to any questions you may have about your child's mental development.
In addition to providing services in the private sector, I am also a school psychologist for the public school district. I have garnered a wide range of experience advocating for and serving students in the Head Start program, as well as elementary, middle, and high schools.
I earned a Master's and Specialist degree in School Psychology from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University in Tallahassee, FL in 2010. I am a devoted wife with three lovely children. I understand the role that parents have in cultivating their children's strengths and interests. Allow me to help you gather the answers to any of your concerns.
With You Every Step of the Way
Your child's needs are my ultimate concern. Sutton Psycho-Educational Solutions offers various evaluation tools to address a variety of concerns in learning and behavior. Consultations are free. Families are promptly provided written comprehensive reports. Interpretation of results are available upon request.
This is an assessment which provides an Intelligence Quotient (I.Q.). You may wish to use the results to determine consideration of gifted programs and enrichment activities.
FULL PSYCHO-EDUCATIONAL EVALUATION
This is an assessment of strengths and weakness in reading, math and writing. It includes cognitive processes, memory ability, as well as intellectual and behavior assessments. These results can be used to determine a need for intervention in specific academic and/or processing areas.
EARLY CHILDHOOD AND DEVELOPMENTAL EVALUATIONS
This assessment requires both teacher and parent input. Cognitive and behavioral testing will be conducted to determine the type and cause of behavioral difficulty at school and/or home.
This comprehensive evaluation typically includes an intelligence quotient (I.Q.), adaptive and daily living skills, behavioral and social skills, verbal and nonverbal communication skills, a screening of motor skills, screening of academic or pre-academic skills, and play observation when appropriate.
This assessment is for young adults up to the age of 21, that have or suspect that they have a disability. The evaluation includes screening measures and standardized testing to provide recommendations for school, work, and daily living.
Benefit from the professional experience and wide range of assessment services available.