Psychological Evaluations, Student Services and Assessments in Boca Raton
Emotional Support Animal Evaluation (ESA)
Did you know that some mental health conditions meet the definition of a disability? This means that under the American with Disabilities Act and The Fair Housing Act of 1973, you have the right to live where you choose with your dog or cat, regardless of association or campus rules.
The doctors at MorMindful provide VALID Emotional Support Evaluations performed by a licensed clinical psychologist with real credentials. Mass produced ESA letters taken from internet websites are not credible and leave you susceptible to paying for fraudulent psychological documentation of what may be a true mental health disorder.
If you think you meet the criteria for a mental health diagnosis and your dog or cat assists in your day-to-day functioning, call to schedule an evaluation for an ESA letter so you can live and/or fly with your animal with peace of mind. If you are an FAU, PBSC or Lynn University Student, please bring your student housing documentation.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Assessments
At MorMindful, our team of psychologists and psychiatrists are skilled in assessing, diagnosing, and treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in both children and adults. If you're concerned you or your child may be suffering from ADHD, schedule an appointment with us today.
Mental Health and Academic Student Services
Did you know that MorMindful is located directly across from Florida Atlantic University on 10th Avenue in Boca Raton? Due to our location being so close to FAU, Palm Beach State College and Boca High, our providers see students in their teens to mid-twenties daily. That means we like college and high school students and know what we’re doing when it comes to their mental health needs.
Some common services we offer to students include ESA evaluation for housing/pets, Alcohol and Other Drugs Evaluation (AOD) required by the assistant dean, counseling for high school/college transitional issues, academic guidance and study skills training and mental health problems that often effect students such as depression, anxiety, stress and relationship issues.
Research shows that mental health is the number one factor effecting grades and graduation of high school and college level students.
If your GPA is slipping and negative thinking is getting in the way of flourishing at school, call today to make and appointment with one of our providers that specializes in student services. Click here to find out more about our family and child therapist.
Alcohol and Other Drugs Evaluation (AOD)
Sometimes we get in trouble and that DOES NOT define who we are. Drugs and alcohol often lead to decision making that doesn’t accurately reflect who we are or want to be.
An Alcohol and Other Drugs Evaluation or AOD sounds scary but doesn’t have to be a miserable process. If you or a loved one needs to have a substance abuse assessment done as mandated by the courts, university or place of employment, at MorMindful a licensed clinical psychologist will perform the evaluation and produce the report you need to get back on track.
The empirically validated testing experience here is confidential, discrete and non-judgmental. We can help you present true psychological documentation of what happened, why and what steps need to be taken. Click here to make an appointment and find out about our affordable rates.
Meet one of the providers at MorMindful:
Dr. Danniella Jones, Psy.D.
Dr. Danniella Jones, Psy.D. is a testing psychologist and she is licensed to perform mental health evaluations for both adults and children.
Dr. Danniella Jones, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist who earned her Bachelor’s degree at Berry College in Rome, Georgia in Psychology and Minor in Women’s Studies. She received her Doctorate at Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky in Clinical Psychology. She completed her internship at Cherokee Health Systems in Knoxville, Tennessee where she worked with underserved patients in an integrated primary care setting. Dr. Jones completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the Palm Beach County Youth Services Department at Highridge Family Center, a residential facility for at-risk adolescents and their families. Dr. Jones has conducted research in race-based implicit bias, LGBTQ+ standards of care, and evidenced based practices for treating complex trauma and substance misuse. Dr. Jones performs full battery mental health evaluations, IQ and gifted testing, as well as evaluations for the Department of Children and Families (DCF) and overall mental health evaluations for court and child custody hearings.
Dr. Jones’ clinical interest include PTSD/complex trauma, substance misuse, personality disorders, self-harming behaviors, and cultural humility. Dr. Jones has experience conducting psychological batteries in an elementary and high school setting, psychiatric inpatient hospital, and community mental health setting. She currently provides psychoeducation evaluations (e.g. executive functioning, IQ, and school achievement) and psychological evaluations for depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and PTSD/traumatic stress. Dr. Jones enjoys to cook, relax at the beach, and paint in her free time. When she is not working, she is typically spending time with family and friends and loving on her two precious cats, Blondie and Ebony.