We believe in a team-based approach to understand and support the whole child, and provide a variety of personalized services for children, caregivers, and educators.

The Psyched

We believe:

  • That every learner is unique, meriting a focus on the strengths, needs, and environment of each individual child.
  • In working collaboratively with families and educators.
  • That assessment should be comprehensive and data-driven.
  • That recommendations should be individualized and research-based – and that action plans should be achievable.
  • In designing plans that empower learners, promote meaningful outcomes, and increase children’s quality of life at school and in the community.

Social Justice,
Racial Equity,
& Service

We believe that, as psychologists and behavior analysts, we have a responsibility to champion equity for our youth, starting with recognizing and honoring each individual’s identity.

This means using inclusive practices and representing diverse individuals, family groups, and backgrounds, through our images and stories.

Words matter, and we believe in using gender-inclusive language in our communication. We equally understand that it is essential to consider race, ethnicity, gender, culture, religion, economic, and other factors along with other data, in order to avoid over-pathologizing youth.

Collaboration is key
to success.

 We continue find ways to connect and partner with each other and with you electronically.

COVID-19 Response

The effects of COVID-19 have altered many of our lives to the core. Many of our realities have changed many times over the past several months. We know that you are concerned for the safety and wellbeing of your children, your educators, and your communities. The work seems never-ending right now, and we want you to know that our team has stepped up to insure that you and your children continue to receive trustworthy, reliable assessments and services. We have compiled practical, effective, and professionally-respected tools to support educators and families during this time. We are continuing to review new information and data as it becomes available, so that you are always receiving the best services.


Most frequent questions and answers

We provide in-person services across the state of California. Our virtual services are available in 32 states, and our training services are available nationwide. For more information about services available to you, please contact us.

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Each student is unique, and we provide a wide range of services that are tailored to each campus or family’s unique needs. Please contact us to request a quote.

While Psyched Services does not offer payment plans, we have several payment options for services for both families and districts. For families, this includes paying only 50% of assessment costs upfront, and providing a superbill that can be submitted to providers for reimbursement. For schools, all of our services are priced per assessment or project, allowing us to meet your district’s needs as identified in the initial phone consultation. Lastly, our Pocket Coaching is organized as a pay-as-you-go service.

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When you have work that needs to be completed, you reach out to our office staff, who assigns the case to one of our psychologists or behavior specialists. Each assessment has two clinicians assigned to ensure that we have two sets of eyes on every case. The clinicians work together from start to finish, including assessment, collaboration with the team and family, and IEP development and attendance. Each district also has a client manager assigned, who oversees the services provided.

Yes! Our model was designed to maximize the quality and efficiency of services through the use of HIPAA compliant video conferencing.

We offer:

Virtual IEP meetings

IEP counseling as a related service and mental health evaluations (i.e. ERMHS)

Professional supervision: BCBA, BCaBA, RBT, and school psychology interns

Caregiver or educator consultation and trainings

As experts in child development and purveyors of data-based decision making, our primary goal is to bridge the gap between assessment and intervention. Through virtual counseling or Pocket Coaching sessions, we work with caregivers, educators, and child-clients themselves to do just that. After all, the most meaningful support comes from those who know students best, and empowering these key players is key to lasting success.

Two psychologists or BCBAs pair together for every case.
Read about our unique evaluation model:

Evaluation Team for Schools Click here

Evaluation Team for Families Click Here

We are a group of school psychologists and BCBA’s who work together to complete assessments, counseling, and consultation on a case-by-case or project basis. We can provide as much support as you need. This model works well to fill in gaps or cover ongoing needs.We are in constant contact with school staff and are available when needed. Our staff complete assessments on-site but are not housed on-site.

Our list of school partners is always growing! We are happy to provide references upon request.

        • San Mateo Foster City School District
        • Las Lomitas Elementary School District
        • Cabrillo Unified School District
        • Bayshore Elementary School District
        • Brisbane School District
        • Redwood City School District
        • Belmont Redwood Shores School District
        • Tracy Unified School District
        • The Mission Preparatory  School (San Francisco)
        • Rocketship Public Schools (San Jose & East Bay)
        • Ross Valley Charter School (Fairfax)
        • Aspire Schools (Bay Area)
        • Dixon Montessori Charter School (Dixon)
        • Navigator Schools (Gilroy & Hollister)
        • Vincent Academy (charter school Oakland)
        • Milpitas Unified School District
        • Morgan Hill Unified School District
        • Santa Clara County Office of Education
        • Palo Alto Unified School District
        • Fremont Union High School District
        • Sunnyvale School District
        • New Haven School District
        • Newark Unified School District
        • Martinez Unified School District
        • Lafayette School District
        • Moraga School District
        • Monterey County Office of Education
        • Washington Union School District
        • San Antonio Unified School District
        • King City Union School District
        • San Lucas Unified School District
        • Pacific Grove Unified School District
        • Carmel Unified School District
        • San Ardo Union Elementary School District
        • Spreckels Union School District 
        • North Monterey County Unified School District
        • Bay View Academy Charter School
        • Santa Rita Elementary School District 
        • Hollister School District
        • San Benito High School District 
        • Emery Unified School District 
        • Enterprise Elementary School District
        • West Placer Unified School District
        • Marin County Schools
        • Marin Schools – Juvenile Court School