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How to Contact Us!

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DAVIE RECEPTION AREA

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DORAL OFFICE

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DAVIE LOCATION

DAVIE OFFICE

DAVIE RECEPTION DESK

DAVIE RECEPTION AREA

Broward:
12555 Orange Drive
#247
Davie, FL 33330

Contact Phone: (954) 342-6130

Miami-Dade:
3625 N.W. 82nd Avenue
Suite 309
Doral, Florida 33166

Satellite locations available in Kendall and Boca Raton.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the process for scheduling an appointment?

You are able to schedule any of the evaluations and consultations listed on this site as well as a free 15 minute phone consultation by selecting Appointments on the menu bar or with any one of the Schedule Appointment buttons located throughout the site.  Please make every effort to attend the phone consultation on time.  In addition, you may schedule and appointment by calling the office at (954) 342-6130 or sending an email on our Contact form above.  Appointments for evaluations are scheduled in 2 hours per session increments in order to avoid the child or adolescent becoming fatigued. 

 

Do you take insurance and what are acceptable payment methods?

The Playful Minds Psychology Center of South Florida does not accept insurance. Most insurance plans do not cover academic or gifted testing and may require prior authorization to proceed with testing. You may be eligible for out of network reimbursement; please consult with your insurance plan in order to determine if they will reimburse you for services provided if you submit a receipt. Cash, check, and credit cards are acceptable payment methods. An initial deposit of $250 is required during the first face-to-face appointment. The remaining balance can be split between the following two scheduled sessions. Payment must be made in full at the time the feedback/report is provided. No results will be provided if there is an outstanding balance on the account.

 

How do I complete initial client documents and submit supporting documentation?

At the time that your initial appointment is scheduled, you will receive an email from The Playful Minds Psychology Center of South Florida inviting you to enter the client portal and complete the initial documentation electronically. These documents must be completed prior to the first appointment. If you have supporting documentation such as report cards, prior evaluations, etc. they can be submitted via email to hello@playfulmindspsychologycenter.com

 

How long will testing last?

The length of an evaluation depends on the referral question and the age of the individual. For young children under 5, testing can usually be completed within 2-3 hours with a few short breaks. For an older child or adolescent, it is usually best to complete the testing in 2-3 sessions lasting 2-3 hours each and preferably beginning in the morning when a child/adolescent is typically more alert. Some testing can be completed after school but it is not recommended as children and adolescents are typically more fatigued and less focused after a long day at school.

 

What should I bring with me?

You should bring water and some snacks, as well as a sweater in case your child is cold.

 

What should I do the night/day of the appointment to prepare?

Make sure that your child has a good night’s sleep and has eaten before coming to the appointment. When you arrive, you can have a seat in the waiting room and the psychologist will come and greet you at your appointment time.

 

Are the same tests given to everyone?

No, every evaluation is individualized and specific assessments are selected based on the referral question, age, and other relevant factors pertinent to the child.