What We Offer

Achieving health and wellness requires the alignment of mind and body.  Our practice focuses on building a healthy outlook through introspection, understanding how our thoughts drive feelings and actions, and learning how to harness thoughts to feel better and act with more purpose. Together, we will set goals for your personal & emotional development to achieve the balance that you seek.


Therapy is the opportunity to talk with a professional to help clarify and work through a difficult situation that you’re facing. This could stem from anxiety, depression, difficult relationships, or every day stress. Often, therapy is the first step in helping you introspect and face the challenges that may be affecting your daily life or holding you back in some way. Therapy allows you to see your problems and stressors from a new perspective with guidance from a trained therapist.


Psychological assessments are diagnostic tools that help you better understand what may be at the core of your challenges. Think of them as the psychological equivalent of a blood test! If you feel unwell, your primary care physician may order a blood test to help identify the illness you have. Similarly, when you need clarity on behavior, mood or cognitive issues, psychological assessments can be used to answer specific questions like: Do I have ADHD? Do I have depression? Am I Bipolar? These tests are usually done one-on-one with a therapist who administers the exam, reviews the data, and then shares the results in a follow-up feedback session. Some of the assessments we offer include ADHD evaluations, personality assessment, and a variety of neuropsychological assessments.


Dr. Amanpreet Randazzo, PsyD can provide your busiess, organization, or other group with a personalized lecture or presentation on the topic of your choice.

The rate for private speeking engatements/presentations is $350/hour for up to 20 people.

Over 20 people, please contact for pricing.

All requests for private engagements should be emailed to:


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