Mental Health Matters
Forensic Edition
May 2017
Published by:  Lepage Associates
Psychological & Psychiatric Services
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Should You Have Your Client Re-Tested, or Have a Previous Evaluation Reviewed?
You have previous psychological testing on your client, yet your instincts tell you something isn't quite right. Instincts, or "gut feelings" as they are called, exist in humans for a reason. They are a combination of experience and intellect as well as our own emotional memory giving us a signal. So while instincts can clearly be incorrect, they also should not necessarily be ignored. Here are some varied cases in which re-testing and/or reviews of previous testing revealed and provided information very important to the outcome of the cases. (All identifying information has been changed to protect client confidentiality.)
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