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A New Kind of Psychology Practice
Polygon is a new kind of psychology practice specializing in neuropsychological testing and support for dyslexia, ADHD, and other learning differences.
Neuropsychological testing for dyslexia, ADHD, and other SLDs.
What We Test For
- Dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia
- Specific learning disabilities (SLDs) in reading, math, and writing
- Social-emotional screening
- Autism screening
- Executive function, visual-motor integration, and memory
- PhD/PsyD Clinical Psychologist
- Testing: 3 sessions
- Feedback: 75 minutes
- Learning plan meeting: Included
- 100% online
- 6-9 hours testing
- For clients ages 7-50
- California and Florida
- Schedule within 1 week
- DSM-5 and ICD-11 diagnoses
How It Works
No long waitlists — just find a convenient time. Once booked, we assign a clinician.
Remote Testing Sessions
Over 1-3 testing sessions, our clinicians administer gold-standard tests to assess attention and learning.
Receive Report Within 2 Weeks
Our reports give individualized recommendations and help inform eligibility for services and accommodations.
Feedback and Follow-Ups
Our clinicians explain results, discuss next steps, and are available for follow-up meetings.
What Makes Us Different
Our proprietary technology platform helps our clinicians work effectively and focus on providing excellent care. The result? Better tests that are 5x more affordable than traditional providers.
A Better Experience
Instant bookings. Schedule within 1 week. 100% online. Our clinicians are carefully selected over a 5-stage interview process, given extensive training, and diligently adhere to Polygon’s clinical practices — guaranteeing a genuinely best-in-class service for every client.
In-House Expert Clinicians
Unlike online marketplaces that use hourly contract workers, our expert licensed psychologists are Polygon employees with full benefits and equity compensation. We believe this is what top clinicians deserve and leads to a genuinely best-in-class service for clients.
Real Reviews From Real Clients
The assessment was comprehensive and seamless, and the analysis was thorough and insightful. Being able to go through the entire assessment online, all the while with the same specialist, definitely was a big plus for me, as the only time I would need for the assessment were the actual testing times without needing to plan for additional time for travel or getting comfortable with the new person. The tests were administered in various fields, and the resulting analysis covered many aspects that I didn't even know I was being tested on. The review session was especially helpful since I was able to talk with the specialist that I saw regarding future plans and what the different outcomes of the tests meant. This has definitely allowed me to learn more about myself and how my brain functions, and has given me a very firm starting point on how to deal with certain issues I have been struggling with. The very clear picture of where my mental condition stands, given by Polygon, will most certainly help me in seeking the right treatment plans and developing skills to help futher. Overall, I would wholeheartedly recommend this company and their services to anyone who asks.
By Sanghoon Lee
I greatly appreciated the help and information I received. I found the process pretty easy and simple. I will say, it was a little frustrating to be waitlisted for services initially, but I felt the services well made up for that.
By Sam Felsing
The assessment process with Polygon was extremely comprehensive and thorough. I had several hours-long sessions with a clinician, including a qualitative conversation/interview portion where we talked about my history as well as monitored testing sessions. It was so useful to be able to do the entire assessment remotely, especially because it was a serious time commitment, which is something you need to make sure to plan around. However, they were accommodating and offered additional availability when I had conflicts. I also liked that I worked with the same clinician throughout the whole process. In the past, I've needed to see multiple professionals for one diagnosis, and it felt like I had to start over each time I saw someone new. With Polygon, they were able to get the whole picture by the end. Although it was a bit annoying to have to test for certain disabilities I knew I didn't have because only the comprehensive option was available, it was also nice to know that if I did have them, they would be noticed. I didn't even realize you could have learning disabilities specific to reading, writing, math, etc. Overall, I think it was a worthwhile process, and I learned so much about myself through Polygon that I wish I knew earlier.