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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


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

BBHI – 2™

Sep 02, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Brief Battery for Health Improvement AGE: Adult   A brief diagnostic tool well-suited for initial intake and outcomes measurement of patients treated for pain and injury. Derived from the well-researched, widely used BHI™ (Battery for Health Improvement) test, the shorter BBHI 2 instrument helps practitioners quickly evaluate for a number of psychomedical factors commonly seen in patients with injuries, such as pain, somatic, and functional complaints – as well as traditional psychological concerns such as depression, anxiety and patient defensiveness. The information provided by the BBHI 2 test can help medical professionals obtain a quick yet comprehensive overview of the patient to help in treatment planning and in determining whether the patient may need a more in-depth evaluation by a psychologist. How to Use This Test The BBHI 2 test can be used by a variety of professionals in the medical setting: psychologists, physical therapists, surgeons, rehabilitation specialists, and nurses to provide reliable, objective information as part of their initial evaluation and throughout the course of treatment to track patient progress. Key Features Taking only 7–10 minutes to administer, the BBHI 2 test: Provides a single instrument to help measure a variety of pain-related issues, including level of pain, functionality, […] Read More

BHI – 2™

Sep 01, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Battery for Health Improvement AGE: Adult   Designed to present a concise, coordinated assessment of the biopsychosocial issues that are most relevant in evaluating patients with injuries. Because psychological and social factors that go undetected can significantly interfere with a patient’s response to treatment, the BHI 2 test can help caregivers shape an appropriate treatment plan, that may reduce treatment time and improve a patient’s quality of life. How to Use This Test The BHI 2 test can be used by psychologists, psychiatrists, anesthesiologists, neurologists, physical therapists, surgeons, rehabilitation specialists, and nurses to help: Measure the relationship among and impact of physical, environmental, and psychological factors on the patient’s treatment Support evaluations for cases involving orthopedic, occupational, and auto injuries; workers compensation; and long-term disabilities Evaluate the patient’s emotional readiness for surgery Facilitate physician-psychologist communication as well as communication within a multidisciplinary treatment team Assess the patient’s readiness for vocational training or job placement Evaluate treatment effectiveness and monitor clinical outcomes Key Features The objective information provided by the BHI 2 test can be used to help reduce treatment time, improve treatment planning, and improve the patient’s quality of life. Requiring only 30-45 minutes to administer, the BHI 2 test […] Read More


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


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


Aug 22, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

The Karson Clinical Report AGE: Adult   This report features an in-depth analysis of underlying personality dynamics. It also includes a concise narrative that provides a complete overview of the personality and the clinical patterns. Additional charts give a visual display of: Primary personality characteristics, clinical signs and syndromes, interpersonal patterns, cognitive factors, and need patterns. Derived from the 16PF. (Pearson) Interpretive Report: $57. 16PF Test Booklet: $8. Read More


Aug 18, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Millon™ Behavioral Medicine Diagnostic AGE: 18-Adult   A World of Information with One Test. The MBMD assessment helps provide a broader understanding of the personal reality that each patient faces. By helping identify psychosocial assets and liabilities that may affect an individual’s response to treatment, the MBMD test enables clinicians to develop tailored treatment recommendations. Brief yet comprehensive, the MBMD inventory helps gather a range of information that it might otherwise require a battery of instruments to obtain. With three norm groups, one that includes a comprehensive sample of patients with chronic medical conditions, one specific to bariatric surgery candidates, and one specific to patients with chronic pain, this contemporary test can help increase the likelihood of positive treatment outcomes and may thereby reduce the overall costs of care. How to Use This Test Psychologists, physicians, nurses and other professionals use the MBMD results to help: Identify patients who may have significant psychiatric problems and recommend specific interventions Pinpoint personal and social assets that may facilitate adjustment to physical limitations or lifestyle changes Determine whether patients need more communication and support in order to comply with prescribed medical regimens Structure post-treatment plans and self-care responsibilities in the context of the patient’s […] Read More


Aug 17, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Millon College Counseling Inventory AGE: 16 – 40   The MCCI® (Millon® College Counseling Inventory) is a multi-dimensional personality assessment that can help you address your struggling students’ concerns and get them back to a healthy state-of-mind. Normed on college and university students and taking only 20 minutes to administer, this easy-to-interpret test addresses student-specific issues, including: Depression Stress and Anxiety Adjustment and Relationship Difficulties Alcohol/Drug Abuse Suicidal Ideation How to Use This Test The MCCI offers support to college counseling professionals, including psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers and other mental health and guidance personnel. This dynamic instrument can help you: Confirm personality and diagnostic hypotheses Document students’ problematic tendencies and concerns Contribute to personalized treatment planning Monitor treatment interventions and assess outcomes Make appropriate referrals to outside clinics Key Features The MCCI was normed on college and university students ages 16-40 years old, and incorporates themes closely associated with students facing the stresses of college life. This practical tool helps assess a broad range of factors using one multidimensional instrument. Taking 25 minutes or less to complete, the MCCI test helps gather a wealth of information in a minimal amount of time–an important consideration for busy college counselors and on-the-go […] Read More


Aug 16, 2015 by 1rdcarder Comments: 0

Millon™ Clinical Multiaxial Inventory AGE: 18-Adult   Updated in 2009 with combined gender norms and a new Inconsistency (W) scale, the empirically validated, relevant, and reliable MCMI-III assessment provides support for the opinions of psychologists and other mental health professionals in clinical, counseling, medical, forensic, and other settings. Users & Applications Engaging and accessible, the MCMI-III is ideal for use with individuals being evaluated for emotional, behavioral, or interpersonal difficulties. The instrument helps: Assess the interaction of Axis I and Axis II disorders based on the DSM-IV® classification system Identify the deeper and pervasive personality characteristics underlying a patient’s overt symptoms Gain an integrated understanding of the relationship between personality characteristics and clinical syndromes to facilitate treatment decisions Features & Benefits Developed by Dr. Theodore Millon and supported by more than 30 years of research Updated norms increase the utility of the MCMI-III in forensic settings A new inconsistency scale has been added, which greatly improves the ability of the instrument to detect random responding Correlates with DSM-IV® Time-efficient and cost-effective, the MCMI-III is designed to obtain the maximum amount of information with a minimal amount of patient effort The Grossman Facet Scales identify personality processes that underlie overall scale […] Read More