Local IQ Testing

Local Psychologists Who Routinely IQ Test Gifted Children

Alicia Acey, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, 26111 W. 14 Mile Road, Suite 200, Franklin, MI  48025 – 248-346-3496

Theresa Andare, M.A., Oakland Psychological Clinic, 2550 S. Telegraph Rd., Suite 250, Bloomfield Hills, MI  48302 – 248-320-5590

Bela Chopp, Ph.D, 28415 Brooks Lane, Southfield, MI  48034 – 248-915-8821

Ira Glovinsky, Ph.D, 7001 Orchard Lake Rd., Building 230 A, West Boomfield, MI  48322 – 248-538-9070

Jack Haynes, Ph.D., 36700 Woodward Ave., Suite 30, Bloomfield Hills, MI  48304  248-642-4545

Pat LaPat, Ph.D., 36516 Green Spring, Farmington Hills, MI 48331 and 2190 N. Woodward, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301 – 248-661-0195

Dr. Roger Lauer at the Center for Neuropsychology, Learning and Development, 1955 Pauline Blvd, Suite 100A, Ann Arbor, MI  48103 – 734-994-9466

MAS Counseling Services, PLLC, 1025 East Maple Road, Suite B-4, Birmingham, MI  48009 – 248-593-8575.  facebook

Ellen Mayfield, Ph.D., 43996 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills, MI  48302 – 248-884-0685

Jerry Miller, Ph.D. and Associates, 400 Maynard, Suite 503, Ann Arbor, MI  48104, 734-761-5347

Adam B. Plotnick, Ph.D., 26105 Orchard Lake Road, Ste. 302, Farmington Hills, MI 48334 – 248 – 471-0071

Lori Radner, LLP, M.S., 36510 W. 12 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, MI  48331 – 248-788-6400, Ext. 2

Ted Schneider, 300 East Maple, Suite 320, Birmingham, MI – 248-644-2902
Steven Spector, Ph.D. P.C. ,  5600 W Maple Rd, Suite C-307, West Bloomfield, MI -248-539-8018

Irene Swerdlow-Freed, Psy.D., 30600 Northwestern Highway, Ste 210, Farmington Hills, MI 48334 – 248 – 539-7777

The University Center for the Child and Family (UCCF), 500 E. Washington St., Suite 100, Ann Arbor, MI 48104 – 734-764-9466.

Marcie W. Zoref, Psy.D., 950 East Maple Road, Birmingham, MI  48009 – 248-593-9595

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3 Responses to Local IQ Testing

  1. Carol oz says:

    What if you can’t afford private testing? Are the school required to provide testing if you ask?

  2. Clarissa says:

    I had my daughter tested by the school. They told me they usually don’t test to identify gifted children. However, they agreed to test her because I had concerns about her processing speed and possible attention deficit. I think they are much more likely to agree if there is another reason for testing. Good luck!

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