In adherence with the American Society for Reproductive Medicine guidelines, clinics and agencies require donors and gestational carriers to have an objective personality test as part of the qualification process. This test rules out mental disorders and other psychological problems that could negatively interfere with the process. The test also determines if the donor or carrier's self-report answers were honest.
We have the ability to offer both the MMPI-2 and PAI for personality testing. Read more about each test and reporting below:
As an objective approach to assessing human personality, the MMPI has
long “set the standard.” Copyrighted in 1943 and revised as the MMPI-2
Test in 1989, it remains–as it has been for decades–the most widely used
of all personality tests.
No test instrument nor practical application of that instrument is
better than its interpretation. Since 1969, Caldwell Report has
endeavored to set the interpretive standard. Widely known for its
accuracy, depth, and clinical utility, each Caldwell Report is backed by
the expertise of Alex B. Caldwell, Ph.D
The Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) is an objective inventory of adult personality that assesses psycho-pathological syndromes and provides information relevant for
clinical diagnosis, treatment planning, and screening for
psychopathology. Scoring and reporting is provided through PariConnect.
Fee is for test only and does not include sessions with professional.
Schedule an appointment online, email email@example.com
or call 214-520-4141. For video conference appointments, consent
paperwork and payment must be received in advance. If a
full psychological report or mental status interview are required, please add those options to your