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Assessments - Leading Psychiatry, Counselling and Psychology Center in Dubai


The human mind is one of the most complex and fascinating structures in our brain. Often termed as the control-tower for all our thoughts, emotions and behaviour, the mind drives the rest of our body the way we feel, think and behave in situations. At LifeWorks, we provide a range of psychological assessments to understand the core issues governing your mental well-being.

Clinical Assessments for Children and Adults

Complete range of clinical assessments are conducted at LifeWorks for children and adults. The identification of Developmental Delay, Speech Difficulty, Behavioral Challenge, ADHD or Autism in Children.

Personality and Couples assessments for identification of any specific requirement as per below:

Intelligence Assessment for Children (WISC-V)

Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children. This test is widely used to assess the general level of ability of children aged between 6 and 16 years. The assessment derives an overall Full IQ score which gives an indication of a child’s overall intellectual ability. This is then broken down into five distinct areas: Verbal Comprehension, Visual Spatial, Fluid Reasoning, Working Memory and Processing.

Our intelligence assessment helps identify strengths and weaknesses within a child’s academic achievement levels. It offers realistic expectations for a child’s performance. It takes 90 minutes to complete.


Wechsler Individual Achievement Tests. This test is used to measure the child’s academic performance which includes reading, language and numerical attainment.

The is suitable for use in a variety of educational, clinical and research settings. Clinicians can use WIAT®-III UK results to:

1) Identify the academic strengths and weaknesses of a student

2) Inform decisions regarding eligibility for educational services, educational placement, or diagnosis of a specific learning difficulty

3) Plan intervention

4) Measure progress

TEA-Ch 2

Test of Everyday Attention for Children – Second Edition, measures separable aspects of attention. This test is used as an additional test only. It is used only if required.

The TEA-Ch2 is particularly useful with children who have known or suspected problems with attention. The broad range of tests and factor structure allows the clinician to determine different patterns of strengths and weaknesses in attentional aspects of cognition. Clinicians can use test profiles to better inform interventions and monitor outcomes.

Additional Assessment tools    

  • Expressive Vocabulary Test (EVT). This is a measure of expressive vocabulary and word retrieval.
  • Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (PPVT). This is a measure of receptive vocabulary and word retrieval.
  • Conner’s Behaviour Rating Scale. This questionnaire is designed to provide a complete overview of child concerns and disorders. It is a multi-informant assessment of children across multiple settings, with rating forms for parents and teachers.
  • CEFI. The Comprehensive Executive Function Inventory Parent Form is used to quantify a parent’s observations of a youth’s executive functioning behaviors.
  • The additional assessment tools may vary depends on the child’s needs.

Autism Assessment for Children and Adults (ADOS)

This assessment is done for clients in the age range of 0-90 years. It is a special tool used to diagnose autism and is the only that gives an accurate diagnosis. It is used as an early intervention tool and, also to monitor progress during treatment for autism. It takes 60 minutes to complete 

Personality Assessment for Adults (MCMI-III)

Our personality assessment helps clients aged 18 and above, identify unhelpful attitudes, beliefs and values that they hold towards themselves and others. Identifying unhelpful areas within their personality may also help reduce stress, anxiety and low mood.


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Corina Saramet
Corina Saramet
Psychologist - English,Romanian,Spanish
Master Degree in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Bucharest, Romania
Nashwa Tantawy
Nashwa Tantawy
Psychologist - Arabic, English
M.A. in Counseling Psychology from The American University in Cairo
Jyotika Aggarwal
Jyotika Aggarwal
Clinical Psychologist - English
M.A.(Clinical Psychology), RE-CBT - Experience: 7 Years
Sailaja Menon
Sailaja Menon
Counseling Psychologist - English
CAGS (Multicultural Counseling), Johns Hopkins University, USA - Experience: 25 Years
Salma Mahmoud
Salma Mahmoud
Psychologist - Arabic and English
Master's in Psychology, BA Psychology - Experience: 12 Years
Iva Vukusic
Iva Vukusic
Clinical Psychologist - English, Croatian and German
Master of Psychology, Training of Trainers (ToT) Community
Dr.Marwa Abd El Hamid
Dr.Marwa Abd El Hamid
Clinical Psychologist - Arabic and English
Ph.D. in Psychology Ain-Shams University - Experience: 16 Years
Dr. Sravani Behara
Dr. Sravani Behara
Specialist Psychiatrist - English, Hindi and Telugu
MBBS, MD - Experience: 12 Years
Dr.Bassem Badr
Dr.Bassem Badr
Consultant Psychiatrist,Holistic Approach - Arabic and English
Master of Science in Neuropsychiatry - Experience: 25 Years

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