Beth Taylor has a wealth of experience conducting comprehensive evaluations toward differential diagnosis. At Green Mountain Psychology PLLC, Beth conducts evaluations for educational, psychological, medically necessary, and forensic purposes.
All evaluations include the opportunity to meet with the psychologist after the report is completed to ask questions and discuss the report. These post-evaluation meetings are highly recommended and encouraged.
Evaluations that clarify the presence (or absence) or learning disorders, emotional disturbances, ADHD, and other presentations that affect a student’s ability to learn and progress in school. Beth works with select school districts in the state of Vermont, and also conducts independent educational evaluations. Beth collaborates with Kingfisher Learning in Essex Junction, Vermont.
Beth Taylor is understanding and passionate about issues around diversity and multiculturalism. She has evaluated English Language Learning (ELL) students to gather accurate and valid information regarding their abilities and progress in school.
Thorough evaluation is necessary for understanding what is the root cause of an individual’s struggles, and knowing this gives professionals the ability to recommend the best interventions and treatment options.
Beth administers comprehensive evaluations to clarify the presence or absence of ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Mood Disorders, Learning Disorders, Substance Dependence, Personality Disorders, Trauma, and TBI, among others.
Neuropsychological evaluations offer the most information about brain functioning and behavior. Beth Taylor has been administering neuropsychological evaluations to children, adolescents, and adults since 2017. She is currently enrolled in the School Neuropsychology Post-Graduate Certification Program.
Beth Taylor works regularly for the Social Security Administration, Office of Disability Determination conducting psychological evaluations with claimants.
Beth has experience conducting threat assessments with high school students and has received training in evaluating risk of future recidivism in juvenile offenders. She has also received training in best methods for interviewing children to preserve accurate testimony.
Beth volunteers her time as the Vice-Chair of Brandon, Vermont’s restorative justice committee, also known as “BRAVO.” She is most interested in giving adolescents the chance to repair harm caused in their communities.
For more information, you may inquire via the Contact Us page or give Green Mountain Psychology PLLC a call at (802) 989-1274. Please leave a specific message on the confidential voicemail system so Beth can return your call. Green Mountain Psychology PLLC and Beth Taylor look forward to speaking with you!