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Neurological: QEEG-Brain Functioning

Stress: Psychophysiological Assessment

Psychological: Individual & Family

Cognitive/ Intellectual / Educational

Continuous Performance - Variable Attention

Behavioral Vision Screening

Medical: For Optimal Brain Functioning


The PNP Assessment process is typically requires 2 days and is completed on a: Monday-Tuesday or Wednesday-Thursday

The general approach of converting the various individual assessments into a general integrated treatment plan rests on a process of correlating clinical findings from all inputs to form consistent underlying conclusions. The first step is the medical assessment and identifying possible organic causes for known cognitive problems. Using medical information and the IQS as a basis, several medical hypotheses arrive ranging from food sensitivities, heavy metal exposure, metabolic problems, nutritional insufficiencies, hormonal imbalances, gastrointestinal concerns, and several other possibilities. These findings are followed up with lab tests and other consultations, as is necessary.


The brain mapping is a QEEG with digital analysis and is also considered independently and noted for consistency with the medical findings, such as high levels of toxicity, hyperarousal or hypoarousal, and other overlapping diagnostic indicators. Further medical tests may be ordered to confirm these possible findings. Visual behavioral screening is considered part of the medical / organic possibilities for poor cognitive problems in learning.

The Biofeedback Psychophysiological  Assessment gives an objective measurement of stress levels and is investigated for behavioral correlates to the medical and brain scan aspects as well as the behavioral compensation issues that will eventually also relate to the psychological issues.

Psychological and cognitive functions tests are considered in performance and also in correlation to the brain data and medical issues for identifying possible skills, strengths, and challenges to utilizing what capacities are available as well as to set an intelligence baseline for achievement. Using personality tests, these cognitive aspects can be related to possible stress and other emotional challenges that engage the capacities to utilize the intellectual capacities fairly. If there is brain dysfunction, these can be regarded as compensation approaches that need to be resolved along with the physical issues.

The family and parental assessments are integrated with the possible psychological and psychophysiological assessments to determine what impact the parenting may have and what remedies might contribute to skill development and rehabilitation. These phases might range from family counseling for stress to training necessary for organic improvement.

The integration basically considers four levels of integration: The medical and neurological functions of the brain, the behavioral and psychophysiological compensations in coping with challenges, the cognitive and psychological status and functioning, and the family unit with its influences. 



The Lawlis Peavey PNP Center assessment is a process that begins with an intensive, multifaceted, full two-day evaluation. At the end of the two-day assessment a Wrap-Up meeting is held in which basic Homework/Self-Work assignments and recommendations are made implementing new behavioral and psychophysiological methods at-home, along with suggested completion of medical lab kits. A PNP Center professional staff member assists in this at-home process as a guide and reference through phone calls and email contact. The PNP Center integration-of-results process continues pivoted on the basis of empirical findings from brain maps, cognitive testing, psychophysiological and psychological assessments. Testing results lead to recommendations and all findings are integrated by the PNP Center professional staff into a Final Report, which includes step-by-step treatment plan. Depending on the complexities, this process may last as long as four months with careful monitoring each step of the way. It is our mission to assure that the action plan contains strategies and relevance to each individual and his/her family. Follow-up, in the form of a Teleconference, is held with patient and relevant family members to patient status, answer questions regarding the Final Report, and to plan future direction to discuss ongoing care opportunities.








2-Day Assessment   $8495.00



The PNP Center cost for the 2-Day assessment is $8495.00. When scheduling an appointment (972-434-5454) a non-refundable $600.00 deposit is required with the balance due at time of services. Insurance codes are provided for you to determine if your Insurance Provider will reimburse for our services. Just contact the PNP Center and the  codes will be emailed or faxed to you.


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