FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What type of clinical assessments does Rise offer?
Diagnostic Psychological Evaluations
Cognitive Assessment including Intelligence and Memory Testing
Autism Spectrum Disorder Evaluations
Learning Disability Assessment – adults (e.g., accommodations for college students)
General Psychopathology Assessment
Vocational Interest Screening
What type of forensic evaluations does Rise offer?
Sex Offender Evaluations
Competency to Stand Trial (Adults and Juveniles)
Juvenile Psychological Evaluations
Not Guilty By Reason Insanity (NGRI)
Violence Risk Assessments
Probations and Parole Evaluations
Fitness for Duty/Return To Work
Sworn and Non-Sworn Assessments
Incapacity Determinations (Examining Committee)
What type of qualifications and certifications does Dr. Haji have in forensic psychology?
Dr. Haji has worked in nine prisons and two forensic hospitals over the course of the last 20 years across 4 states. She has conducted an array of forensic assessments both in and out of custody including sex offender evaluations, malingering evaluations, competency to stand trial evaluations, violence risk assessments, psychopathy evaluations, probation and parole evaluations, as well as custody evaluations. In addition, Dr. Haji is a certified forensic examiner/expert witness in the state of Florida.
What style of therapy does Dr. Haji provide?
Dr. Haji is trained in multiple theoretical orientations. Her emphasis is in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). She is also trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Dr. Haji has conducted group and individual evidence-based therapy with a diverse clientele for approximately 20 years.
Does Rise accept insurance?
Rise does not accept insurance. However, we are happy to provide a "superbill" for reimbursement. We often find that insurance demands restrict the opportunity for flexible and tailored clinical care. Since Rise is out of network, we can determine treatment length, frequency, and relevant diagnoses and recommendations without limitations.