Dr. Poggioli conducts psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations to assess for ADHD, specific learning disorders such as dyslexia (reading) or dyscalculia (math), and giftedness. All assessments are conducted by Dr. Poggioli, not a psychometrician or a graduate student.  All evaluations are conducted in a one to one setting.  Depending on the type of evaluation, testing will require one, two, three, or sometimes four sessions.

Due to the current COVID-19 health pandemic, extra precautions are being taken to protect the health of you and your family.  Masks are required when entering the office.  Our office asks that you and your family remain in your car and that you call or text when arriving at the office.  Unfortunately, our office has a small, shared waiting room, and we must ask that families remain in their car while children complete their assessments.  Dr. Poggioli will wear a mask during the entire assessment.  Children will not be required to wear a mask but they may do so if they and/or their parents prefer. 

Additionally, at this time Dr. Poggioli is only assessing one patient per day in order to help protect the health of her patients and their families.  



An individual can be gifted in many different areas, such as the arts, athletic ability, and visual-spatial perception.  Intellectual giftedness is determined by assessing an individual's IQ as well as assessing other factors such as leadership, motivation, and curiosity.

Jessica Poggioli, Psy.D.


Waldwick, NJ 07463 & Warwick, NY 10990

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