The SDQ is a widely and internationally used brief behavioralscreening instrument assessing child positive and negative attributes across 5 scales: 1) Emotional Symptoms, 2) Conduct Problems, 3) Hyperactivity/Inattention, 4) Peer Problems, 5) Pros
The RCIQ was developed to measure PTSD symptomatology and cognitive and affective stress response themes in female adult survivors of childhood incest. The majority of items are worded to refer specifically to the incest or sexual abuse.
Psychological First Aid (PFA) is an evidence-informed modular approach to help children, adolescents, adults, and families in the immediate aftermath of disaster and terrorism.
The interventions below are among those that are being used by NCTSN members to help children who have been, or are at risk of becoming, victims of physical abuse.
NCCTS policy activities are guided by Ellen Gerrity, PhD, Diane Elmore Borbon, PhD, MPH, and Lauren Absher, MSW, in collaboration with the NCTSN Policy Task Force.
Events that refugees have experienced related to war or persecution can all be called “traumatic events.”
Refugee children may feel relieved when they are resettled in the US. However, the difficulties they face do not end upon their arrival.
Helps young children and families talk about their experiences and feelings related to COVID-19 and the need to shelter in place.
Provides questions that Trinka and Sam have about the big virus and ways to answer those questions.
The ITSEA assesses for social or emotional problems and competencies in infants and toddlers and was designed to identify children with deficits or delays in these areas.