Psychological consultation is an art that requires relationship development. It focuses upon the needs of individuals, groups, programs or organizations. It is a planned interaction between the psychologist and one or more clients or colleagues. Most often at The Center for Lifespan Development, consultations evolve from the advocacy work done on behalf of our testing clients. As professional psychologists, we collaborate with other professionals (e.g., teachers, physicians, testing boards, school administrators, etc.) in a respectful manner as we strive to facilitate understanding and implement change. The goal of this work is to build effective bridges from the testing data to the day to day worlds of our clients in order to establish the recommendations from our assessments within other settings or relationships.