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Category Archives: Adolescent

16PF® 5th Edition

Sep 05, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Sixteen Personality Factors™ AGE: 16-Adult   This updated version measures normal human personality using personality structure discovered through factor analysis. It includes 16 primary factor scales and 5 global factor scales. Good for client enrichment, self-awareness, and personal growth. (IPAT) Interpretive Report: $49. Test Booklet: $8. Read More

APQ

Sep 04, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Adolescent Personality Questionnaire AGE: 11-22 The 16PF Adolescent Personality Questionnaire (APQ) is a self-report personality inventory that was specifically developed and normed for adolescents. It elicits valuable information regarding the youth’s personal style, problem-solving abilities, preferred work activities, and areas where the youth is having problems, making the APQ appropriate for screening and for introducing sensitive topics in a counseling situation. The test includes four sections: Your Personal Style (normal personality items) Problem Solving (a short measure of general reasoning ability) Work Activity Preferences (measures six career-interest variables), and Life’s Difficulties (optional questions concerning matters of sex, aggression, significant low mood, low sense of self, etc.). The APQ is useful in situations where personality is relevant – educational adjustment, personal or social difficulty, and passage through one’s developmental tasks. The Work Activity Preferences section is particularly helpful with career exploration. In addition, the normal personality section (Your Personal Style) and the Work Activity section help professionals adjust their approach to the characteristics of the young person. Two interpretive reports are available from this questionnaire – the APQ Guidance Report and the APQ Psychological Report. (IPAT) Guidance Report:  $46. Psychological Report:  $57. Test Booklet:  $8. Guidance report includes the first three sections. […] Read More

AUI

Sep 03, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Alcohol Use Inventory AGE: 16-Adult   The Alcohol Use Inventory (AUI) provides a basis for describing different ways in which individuals use alcohol, the benefits they derive from such use, the negative consequences associated with its use, and the degree of concern individuals express about the use of alcohol and its consequences. How to Use This Test The AUI test can be used by psychologists, social workers, chemical dependency counselors, and physicians to help: Differentiate drinking styles and develop individual treatment plans Provide an objective assessment of alcohol-related problems Identify treatment-relevant classification of alcohol abusers based on DSM-IV® classifications Key Features The AUI test’s multidimensional approach can help the substance-abuse professional tailor a treatment plan to a clients specific problems. The self-report format of the AUI test enables substance-abuse professionals to compare an individual’s perceptions about his or her use of alcohol with the interviewer’s perceptions and those of family members and others. Profile Report: $33 Interpretive Inpatient Report: $42 Interpretive Outpatient Report: $42 Test Booklet: $8 Read More

BSI

Aug 30, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI®) AGE: 13 – Adult   The efficient Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) instrument provides patient-reported data to help support clinical decision-making at intake and during the course of treatment in multiple settings. Psychologists, psychiatrists, physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals can use the BSI instrument to help: Assess patients at intake for psychological problems Objectively support care management decisions Measure patient progress during and after treatment to monitor change Provide outcomes measurement for treatment programs and providers through aggregated patient information Key Features The BSI test is brief and requires only 8-10 minutes to complete, making it well-suited for repeated administrations over time to evaluate patient progress. The BSI instrument provides an overview of a patient’s symptoms and their intensity at a specific point in time. The Global Severity Index (GSI) is designed to help quantify a patient’s severity-of-illness and provides a single composite score for measuring the outcome of a treatment program based on reducing symptom severity. The reliability, validity, and utility of the BSI instrument have been tested in more than 400 research studies. Interpretive Report: $36. Profile Report: $23. Answer Sheet: $0.   Read More

CCPI

Aug 30, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Cattell Comprehensive Personality Interpretation AGE: 16-Adult   The CCPI provides a thorough, in-depth profile of the individual’s normal personality to help you gain an integrated understanding of the whole person from the start, including insights as to how the individual will present in therapy. Designed for use in a wide range of clinical and counseling applications, the CCPI is useful wherever a comprehensive understanding of the individual is needed since it addresses functioning in a wide variety of areas – from self-esteem, empathy, and interpersonal relationships, to values, information processing style, and achievement orientation. (IPAT) Interpretive Report: $57. 16PF Test Booklet: $8. Read More

EDI-3

Aug 25, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Eating Disorder Inventory AGE: 13-Adult   This improved self-report inventory is designed to assess a broad range of meaningful psychological features common in anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Three new subscales have been added as well as updated norms and reliability and validity data. (PAR) Report:  $44. Test Booklet: $5. Read More

ISO-30™ 

Aug 23, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Inventory of Suicide Orientation AGE: 13-18   The Inventory of Suicide Orientation-30 (ISO-30) assessment provides an overall suicide risk classification based on measurements of hopelessness and suicide ideation. How to Use This Test Appropriate for use by psychologists, licensed social workers, and licensed counselors in outpatient and inpatient mental health facilities, juvenile justice evaluations, and school settings. The ISO-30 assessment can help: Identify adolescents at risk for attempting suicide Facilitating objective communication with the family, other counseling professionals, and insurance providers Measure abatement of suicidal symptoms after an adolescent has been hospitalized Key Features The test’s brevity helps minimize test-taking resistance. Results help alert psychologists and counselors to the early signs of an adolescent’s suicidal tendencies, providing the opportunity for earlier intervention. The test’s adolescent normative base allows for more relevant comparisons than tests with norms that include adults. Scales Helps measure a broadly-defined construct of hopelessness using the total score from the 30 items. Suicide ideation is assessed by 6 critical items within those 30 items. The total score and the critical item score help determine overall suicide risk classification (high, moderate, low). Psychometric Information Clinical data were collected on 366 adolescents ages 12 to 18. A student sample […] Read More

M-PACI™

Aug 21, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Millon™ Pre-Adolescent Clinical Inventory AGE: 9-12   Every child deserves to enjoy youth to the fullest. But for some young people, psychological problems can stand in the way—and these difficulties may take root long before the “troubled teens.” As a professional who works with children daily, you know first-hand the challenges some preteens face. And, we know the challenges you may face in pinpointing the source of pre-adolescent issues. Now, there’s a comprehensive tool specifically designed to help you quickly and accurately identify psychological problems in children ages 9–12: the Millon®; Pre-Adolescent Clinical Inventory (M-PACI®). Unlike instruments that focus on a single clinical area such as anxiety or depression, the M-PACI assessment provides an integrated view that synthesizes the child’s emerging personality styles and clinical syndromes, helping clinicians detect early signs of Axis I and Axis II disorders. Effective and efficient, the M-PACI can help you arrange early intervention on difficulties that may keep students from making the most of their preteen years—and these, if left undetected, can lead to bigger heartaches down the road. How to Use This Test The M-PACI is used for pre-adolescent assessment in outpatient, inpatient, day treatment, and residential treatment settings. Psychologists, psychiatrists, school psychologists, […] Read More

MACI™

Aug 20, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Millon™ Adolescent Clinical Inventory AGE: 13-19   New Grossman Facet Scales zero in on critical issues. Unlike many other instruments developed for adults and adapted for adolescents, the MACI assessment was specifically created to address the unique concerns, pressures and situations facing teens. This dedicated tool, recently enhanced by the addition of Grossman Facet Scales, helps assess personality patterns as well as self-reported concerns and clinical symptoms. Brief and easy to administer, the MACI can assist practitioners in constructing treatment plans customized to individual needs and help them guide troubled youth toward healthier, more authentic lives. How to Use This Test The MACI is well-suited for use in all teen treatment settings, including outpatient, inpatient, day treatment and residential treatment programs. Psychologists, psychiatrists, school psychologists, juvenile justice professionals and other mental health professionals find this versatile instrument essential in helping to: Conduct detailed evaluations to confirm diagnostic hypotheses Create individualized treatment plans Measure progress before, during and after treatment Key Features To help you formulate more precise treatment plans, the new Grossman Facet Scales identify personality processes (e.g., self-image, mood temperament) that underlie overall scale elevations on the Personality Pattern scales. Each personality scale now has three facet scales, for […] Read More

MAPI™

Aug 19, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Millon™ Adolescent Personality Inventory AGE: 13-18   For use with both typical and troubled teens. The Millon Adolescent Personality Inventory (MAPI) is normed on both normal adolescents and adolescent patients. The inventory outlines three distinct scale dimensions: personality styles, expressed concerns, and behavioral patterns. How to Use This Test The MAPI can be used for diagnosis and treatment planning in clinical, correctional, and educational settings by psychologists, psychiatrists, and school counselors, as well as other mental health and guidance professionals. Key Features Most adolescents can complete the test in 20–30 minutes, helping to reduce resistance to test-taking. Scales help evaluate adolescent expressed concerns, personality styles, and coping patterns to help select the best approach to treatment and identify behavior patterns and issue that may need further exploration during therapy. Interpretive Report: $55. Test Booklet: $7. Read More