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. It provides a comprehensive profile of problems and competencies with scores on 4 domains.
The KRI is a 24-item self-report instrument designed to measure the presence of PTSD symptoms in children/adolescents exposed to hurricanes.
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 C-SARS was developed to measure stress associated with sexual victimization during childhood or adolescence. It assesses for the occurrence of 70 stressful events related to sexual abuse.
The PT-SIC is a self-report measure of PTSD symptoms for children aged 4-8. It assesses the DSM-IV criteria for the diagnosis of PTSD. The language is simple, to allow young children to respond to the questions in an interview format.
The 38-item Child Sexual Behavior Inventory (CSBI) was developed to assess children who have been sexually abused or are suspected of having been sexually abused. The measure is designed to be completed by a female caregiver.
The PSI is a very well-researched and widely used measure of parenting stress, which has been shown to be sensitive to intervention effects across a variety of studies, populations, and treatments.
The PTSD-PAC is an 18-item caregiver report measure of PTSD symptoms in young children aged 2-5. It measures symptoms from the DSM-IV criteria B, C, and D.
The ACSBI is a screening measure designed for clinical populations to assess sex-related behaviors that might suggest a need for intervention.
The Child Stress Disorders Checklist-Screening Form (CSDCSF) is a 4-item observer report measure designed for use as a screening instrument to identify children at risk for having or developing Acute Stress Disorder (ASD) and/or Posttraumatic Stre