The TESI assesses exposure to potentially traumatic events including non-interpersonal (accident, illness, disaster), interpersonal (abuse; neglect, witnessing family or community violence, peer/sibling victimization, kidnapping, war, parental impairment) and loss (primary caregiver, family members).
A 6-item self-report questionnaire assessing children’s dispositional hope.
The PCRI is a parent self-report measure of parenting skill and attitudes toward parenting and towards their children.
This measure is a brief version of the Parenting Stress Index (Abidin, 1995), a widely used and well-researched measure of parenting stress (the full PSI is also reviewed in this database). The PSI-SF has 36 items from the original 120-item PSI.
This parent-rating scale is used to assess both the frequency of child disruptive behaviors and the extent to which the parent finds the child’s behavior troublesome. It has been widely used in treatment outcome studies for disruptive disorders.
The AQC is a 1-item self-report measure of children’s attachment style that is based on Hazan & Shaver’s (1987) single item measure of adult attachment style.
The CANS-MH provides a comprehensive assessment of the type and severity of clinical and psychosocial factors that may impact treatment decisions and outcomes.
The CASA is a rater-report measure designed to assess child/adolescent status with regard to 30 potential strengths, for use in mental health service planning and delivery.
The Youth Self-Report (YSR) is a widely used child-report measure that assesses problem behaviors along two “broadband scales”: Internalizing and Externalizing.