My name is Trish Singh. I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of California. I believe that assessments are necessary and helpful to families as many parents are told by others that their child is exhibiting symptoms of hyperactivity or attention problems, or perhaps learning or social difficulties. However, the root of the problem may not always be that clear cut. Having an assessment or evaluation will help the family figure out what is creating the difficulty that is being reported. Often, there are other problems going on which may not be as easily seen to those who are not trained or who do not specialize in diagnostics or assessment. The goal is to help your family or treatment providers by providing information, recommendations, and referrals within your local community.


I specialize in psychological testing; in conducting psychological, psycho-educational, and cognitive assessments. I work with children between the ages of 18 months and 18 years. Over the years, I have acquired experience in assessing and creating treatment plans for developmental delays, autism spectrum disorders (i.e., aspergers, pdd-nos), attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders, attention problems, communication difficulties, trauma/abuse, grief/loss, depression, anxiety, learning challenges, social difficulties, and life transitions (i.e., changing schools, adolescence, family problems).


For the past several years I have worked, conducting assessments, for organizations such as, Kaiser Permanente and the Children’s Health Council. I have contracted for the KidScope Clinic at Santa Clara County as well as for their Juvenile Division. I also specialize in creating treatment plans that help families figure out which steps to take to help their child.
I have created training programs for doctorate level interns as well as trained other psychologists on assessment. I found that the key in training other clinicians and colleagues was to emphasize that the diagnosis is not as relevant as the symptoms; it is most important to figure out what is happening and then try to figure out how to best approach the problem versus coming up with a diagnostic label.

I trained extensively at various Kaiser Permanente locations, the St. Helena’s Hospital (the psychiatric inpatient facility for children, teens, and adults), The Portial-Bell Hume Center, and the Tarzana Treatment Center. Training programs included individual therapy, group therapy, intakes, and assessments.


I obtained my Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology at the California State University, Fullerton. I then pursued graduate work at the American School of Professional Psychology, now known as Argosy University, in Alameda, Ca. At ASPP, I obtained a Masters (M.A.) as well as a Doctorate (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology.