This chapter stresses that in Therapeutic Assessment, procedures always should be adapted to particular clients in varied circumstances and different professional settings. In response, in this chapter various adaptations are sketched out, based on the experiences of the authors of this book as well of those of their colleagues. First discussed is brief Therapeutic Assessment with Children. Although the authors maintain that the full model has the most therapeutic power, it is not always possible or desirable. Thus, planning for a briefer model is discussed and situations where assessors have chosen to use a briefer model are reviewed. Following, providing assessments remotely, due to a variety of factors, is discussed. Next, adapting Therapeutic Assessment with Children to inpatient and residential treatment facilities is described, followed by adaptation to outpatient community mental health centers. Following, the potential of Therapeutic Assessment with Children bridged to schools by outside psychologists is addressed and illustrated with a case. Finally, the impact that methods and techniques from Therapeutic Assessment with Children can have on evaluations for special education eligibility in schools are addressed and illustrated with a case.