Psychological Assessment and Counseling Center

Diagnostic Evaluation

Our licensed, doctoral-level clinical psychologists conduct comprehensive clinical psychological and evaluations with the goal of helping children, adolescents, and young adults better understand their unique strengths and weaknesses. Accurate diagnosis is essential for accessing necessary services. Our team evaluates for a wide range of clinical presentations, including

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Mood disorders
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Other clinical presentations

Evaluation services are currently offered throughout Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York. Patient age range can vary by location. To learn more about our diagnostic evaluation process please click here.

Patients who receive an evaluation may choose to remain with Autism Care Partners for treatment.

Autism Care Partners is an American Psychological Association approved psychology internship site committed to providing exceptional training to doctoral psychology students and masters’ level interns.

For more information or to schedule an initial visit, please contact us here.

Additional Resources Available

Social Work

Our clinical services include a variety of therapeutic interventions for children, adults, and families with a wide range of presenting concerns.
  • Individual Outpatient Therapy (accepting new clients)
  • Group Therapy
    • Our current group offerings include:
      • Young Adult Social Skills Group (ages 18-30), meets weekly on Mondays from 10-11am
    • Now Enrolling for the following groups:
      • Anger Management Skills for Teens (ages 13-17)
      • Social Skills for Teens (ages 13-17)
      • Emotional Regulation Skills (ages 7-13)
      • Support for Parents of Children with Autism
      • Support for Siblings of Children with Autism
      • Parenting Youth with Strong Emotions
Please read more here or call, or to schedule an intake appointment, please call 401-826-8875.

Personal Assistance Services and Supports (PASS) Program

What is PASS?
PASS is a family-directed service provided in the home and/or community. A PASS worker helps families of children with at least one of the following skills:
  • Increasing the child’s independence with daily living skills
  • Increasing the child’s ability to learn and utilize safety skills
  • Increasing the child’s ability to engage and participate in a variety of social settings that require peer interactions and social communication skills.
Who is eligible for PASS?
Children who are under 21 and meet the following guidelines:
  • Live at home with their family or legal guardians
  • A diagnosis of moderate to severe cognitive, developmental, physical, and or/psychiatric diagnosis
  • Enrolled in Medicaid. Families who do not meet the financial eligibility requirements for Medicaid may still qualify by obtaining a Katie Beckett waiver.
Receiving other supports, such as ABA, does not prevent a child from also receiving PASS services
For more information, click here


300 Toll Gate Road,
Suite 101C, Warwick,
Rhode Island, 02886
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More About Our Psychological Assessment and Counseling Center

Our diagnostic evaluations team has expanded and moved to a new location! Our doctoral-level psychologists provide diagnostic evaluations for patients ages 18 months to 30 years with a variety of presenting concerns, including autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, and OCD. Autism Care Partners is an APA-approved psychology internship site committed to providing exceptional training to psychology students and interns.
Happy little girl telling story to child psychologist during therapy session in cozy modern office