The TSI was developed to assess acute and chronic traumatic symptomatology in adults 18 years and older. The test consists of 100 items and is divided into 10 clinical scales and 3 validity scales.
A self-report measure of community violence exposure for children aged 4-10 that includes drawings to accompany questions and thermometer-type rating scale.
The WBR was developed to assess common problem behaviors experienced by sexually abused children. It allows for assessment of the types of behavior problems endorsed and number of discrete episodes.
The Youth Self-Report (YSR) is a widely used child-report measure that assesses problem behaviors along two “broadband scales”: Internalizing and Externalizing.
AF-CBT is a trauma-informed, evidence-based treatment designed to improve the relationships between children and caregivers.
TAP is a treatment model that incorporates assessment triage and essential components of trauma treatment into clinical pathways.
ARC is a framework for intervention with youth and families who have experienced multiple and/or prolonged traumatic stress.
CFTSI is a brief (5‐8 session), evidence‐based early intervention for children 7 to 18 years old that reduces traumatic stress reactions and the onset of PTSD.
CDCP is a model of secondary prevention that provides crisis intervention and follow-up community- and clinic-based clinical and collaborative interventions for exposed children.
CPC-CBT is a short-term, strengths-based therapy program for children ages 3-17 and their parents (or caregivers) in families where parents engage in a continuum of coercive parenting strategies.