Pediatric & Adult Neuropsychological & Psychological Testing

ADHD/ADD Assessment

Autism Spectrum

Learning Disability

Diagnostic Clarification

Treatment Guidance

The psychologists at Pathways are a frequently sought after referral source for psychiatrists, physicians, schools, educational advocates, counselors, case managers, and parents to assist with clarifying diagnosis and guiding treatment approaches. Pathways Psychology Services has become a reliable and trusted source for psychological and neuropsychological assessment in the Chicagoland area.

Problems Addressed:

  • School performance issues and learning problems.

  • ADHD

  • Autism and Asperger’s Disorder

  • Clarification of mood and anxiety disorders

  • Complex symptom presentation

  • Change/decline in mental functioning

  • Evidence for disability

  • Behavioral problems

  • School and college accommodations

  • Lack of progress in services

Reasons for Psychological Neuropsychological Testing:

  • Clarify the nature of behavioral, cognitive, or emotional problems.

  • Provide a more objective diagnostic approach to making a diagnosis.

  • Distinguish the nature of academic and learning challenges and inform school planning.

  • Identify strengths and weaknesses relevant to treatment planning.

  • Aid in guiding treatment, medication decisions, appropriate therapies, school accommodations, interventions, and counseling approaches.

  • Provide evidence for the necessity of support services, school intervention/ accommodation, and allowances.

Our reports are:

  • Comprehensive, useful, and helpful.

  • Relevant and individualized.

  • Completed in a timely manner.

  • Billed under insurance in most instances.

  • Completed by psychologists who also provide individual, family, and group therapy thereby allowing for the incorporation of clinical experience in ongoing treatment with qualified test and data interpretation.

  • Use research-based assessment tools and the most up-to-date standardized testing tools available.

Insurance and Fees:

We accept most major insurances for testing as well as provide sliding scale fee options.

Psychologist Bios

Dr. Joe Roszkowski, PsyD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Roszkowski is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been working in the human services field for 19 years. Dr. Roszkowski has provided psychological assessment and neuropsychological assessment in a variety of settings including hospitals, rehabilitative facilities, nursing homes, community mental health centers, residential programs, and schools. He is trained and experienced in providing assessments for pre-school age across the lifespan. Dr. Roszkowski has assisted a number of school districts in providing assessments for some of their most complex diagnostic cases and receives referrals from hospital-based programs in the area. He is a popular and respected referral source for a number of physicians, psychiatrists, schools, and counselors.

Dr. Mandi Thompson, PsyD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Thompson has a variety of experience with children, adolescents, and families by providing individual and family therapy, as well as comprehensive psychological assessment. Dr. Thompson has worked with diverse populations exhibiting various levels of functioning, including individuals with intense trauma histories and attachment issues, mood and behavioral disorders, and anxiety disorders. Dr. Thompson is the supervisor of the Psychological/Neuropsychological Testing program at Pathways and assists in the training, research, and administration of this program.

Dr. Jennifer Sansone, PsyD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Sansone is a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive experience working with children and adolescents. Dr. Sansone works with hospital-based programs in the area. She is also a referral source for adoption, foster-care, and the state of Illinois child welfare system. Dr. Sansone has extensive experience with complex diagnostic issues, academic testing, and neurocognitive assessment.

Dr. Luisa Toska, PsyD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Toska is a licensed clinical psychologist who has a variety of experiences with children, adolescents, families and adults by providing individual, group, and family therapy, as well as comprehensive psychological and psychosexual evaluations. Dr. Toska has written over 150 psychological reports for the juvenile court and supervised the Will County Health Department training program before joining Pathways full-time. Her reports have received high praise from school personnel in assisting students and guiding intervention.

Dr. Stacy Clark, PsyD Doctor of Psychology

Dr. Clark completed her post-doctoral fellowship at Pathways and plays a significant role in test administration and assessment at Pathways. Dr. Clark has worked with diverse populations exhibiting various levels of functioning, including individuals with intense trauma histories and attachment issues, mood and behavioral disorders, substance use disorders, and anxiety disorders.