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PTS Assessments

This unique self-report inventory with items written by children assesses depression in 8 to 17 year olds. A downward extension of the highly regarded Multiscore Depression Inventory, the MDI-C lets youngsters indicate how they feel, giving you a childs-eye view of their emotional world. Its... more
The IORNS is a 130-item self-report measure that assesses static risk, dynamic risk/need, and protective strength factors as they relate to recidivism, treatment need, and management. The IORNS provides index and scale scores that are internally consistent and stable over time, in addition to... more
This self-report instrument comprises 91 items organised into 12 primary scales, consisting of three eating-disorder-specific scales and nine general psychological scales that are highly relevant to, but not specific to, eating disorders. It also yields six composites: one that is eating-disorder-... more
The CDS is designed to measure cognitive distortions (that is, dysfunctional thinking patterns) in adults. It is a brief self-report inventory, which assesses thinking patterns that interfere with optimal functioning. Comprising 40 items, the CDS measures five kinds of cognitive distortion:... more
The CAD is a 50-item self-report instrument that is sensitive to depressive symptomatology throughout the life span. It is closely aligned with the hallmarks of depression in children, adolescents, and adults as well as the additional seven criteria for major depressive episodes listed in the ... more
The ASIQ can be used during intake interviews or during treatment to reduce liability and take appropriate preventive action whenever there may be a risk of suicide. Endorsement of critical items alerts you immediately in case of serious suicidal ideation. The ASIQ is a 25-item self-report;... more
The APS is a 346-item self-report measure of psychopathology, personality, socialemotional problems, and competencies. The items directly evaluate specific DSM-IV symptoms of psychiatric disorders found in adolescents. The instrument comprises 40 scales that measure four broad content domains... more
The Woodcock-Johnson III (WJ III) consists of two distinct, co-normed batteries:  The WJ III Tests of Achievement The WJ III Tests of Cognitive Abilities Together, these batteries comprise a wide age-range, comprehensive system for measuring general intellectual... more
The Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales – Fifth Edition (SB-5) have been widely known as the standard for intelligence measurement since 1916. It offers highly reliable assessment of intellectual and cognitive abilities, based on a large normative sample of 4,800 individuals, ages 2 to 85... more
The WRP is used to assess the immediate needs of people with disabilities with respect to support, training, placement in open employment, or further assessment. The instrument can be self-administered, completed by a person known to the client, or by a practitioner during an interview session. A... more