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PTS Assessments

The ECBI and the SESBI-R are comprehensive, behaviorally specific rating scales that assess the current frequency and severity of disruptive behaviors in the home and school settings, as well as the extent to which parents and/or teachers find the behavior troublesome. By evaluating the variety and... more
The SBS was designed to assess achievement, academic and social skills, parent cooperation, and emotional and behavioural adjustment. It comprises 102 items that the teacher rates, covering the following scales: Academic performance Academic habits Social skills Parent participation Health concerns... more
There are two forms available for the pre-school age age: Child Behavior Checklist and Language Development Survey (CBCL 1½ – 5) Caregiver–Teacher Report Form (C-TRF) The following cross-information syndromes were derived from both forms: Emotionally reactive... more
Autism Detection in Early Childhood (ADEC) is an extremely effective, validated screening tool for identifying autism and autistic tendencies in children as young as 12 months. Until now, autism has typically gone undiagnosed in younger children due to a lack of awareness of the behaviours that can... more
A complete assessment of adaptive skills across the life span. Widely used to evaluate people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the ABAS-II assesses adaptive behavior in individuals from birth to 89 years of age. This convenient behavior rating scale measures daily living... more
The CSA is used to assess coping strategies in adults. These strategies form the basis of four coping styles: dealing independently with the problem; nonproductive coping; optimism; and sharing. The CSA is primarily a self-help instrument but also has a place in clinical practice, career... more
The TSI-2 is designed to evaluate posttraumatic stress and other psychological sequelae of traumatic events. This broadband measure evaluates acute and chronic symptomatology, including the effects of sexual and physical assault, intimate partner violence, combat, torture, motor vehicle accidents,... more
The TSCC allows you to measure posttraumatic stress and related psychological symptomatology in children ages 8-16 years who have experienced traumatic events, such as physical or sexual abuse, major loss, or natural disasters, or who have been a witness to violence. Features and benefits... more
The TAT is a projective technique that is designed to reveal an individual’s perception of interpersonal relationships. Thirty-one cards with pictures serve as stimuli for stories or descriptions about relationships or social situations. Specific subsets for boys, girls, men, and women are included...
The DAPS is a self-report instrument that assesses peri- and posttraumatic symptoms andassociated features related to a specific traumatic event. It provides a detailed assessment of PTSD in a short amount of time. Features and benefits A 104-item measure, the DAPS generates a tentative... more

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