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type of assessment that:
evaluates personal and social skills of children, adolescents, and adults with either, Intellectual disability, Autism, ADHD, brain injury or major or mild neurocognitive disorder
-assist in the development of educational and treatment plans

Vineland -II


goal of this assessment is to
-build rapport, describe the structure and process of therapy, identify and prioritize client problems, clarify client expectations and goals for therapy, and define next steps

Initial interview


type of assessment that:
individually administered intelligence test for people of age 16-90 yrs old
-Full scale IQ score, scores on 4 indexes, and subtest scores

Wechsler Adult Intelligence scale- fourth edition


term: refers to an individual from one cultural group that has adopted the beliefs, attitudes, values, and other characteristics of another cultural group
-can be conceptualized in terms of 4 categories; integrated, assimilated, separate, and marginalized



type of assessment that uses observation, questions, and simple tasks to obtain information on several aspects of a clients current mental state
i.e: appearance, thought content, affect
-useful for determining if a client's symptoms needs a referral to a psychiatrist or physician

Mental status exam


type of assessment that:
assess mood, cognitive, behavioral, and physical aspects of depression for individuals ages 13-86

Beck Depression inventory- II


refers to a persons sense of group or collective identity bases on his/her perception that he/she shares a common racial or ethnic heritage w/ a particular group

Racial/ethnic identity


type of assessment that is an objective measure of personality for individuals aged 18 and older
-used to assist with diagnosis and tx planning, provides scores on a number of clinical, content, supplementary, and validity scales

Minnesota Multiphasic personality inventory-2



assessment that includes the genogram and ecomap

Graphic assessment


type of assessment that provides information on the strength and nature of relationships between family members and people, institutions, and agencies in the social environment



type of family assessment that measures 3 relational subsystem levels of the family system
-dyadic marital executive, parent-child- extended family subsystem
-family is determined as competent, discordant, disoriented, or chaotic

System Assessment of Family Environment -SAFE


type of family assessment tool that assesses how the individual perceives their family functioning across 5 domains
-family health, competence, cohesion, expressiveness, directive leadership, and conflict

Self report family inventory (SF)


What family assessment assesses 6 domains of family functioning?
i.e.: problem solving, communication, roles, affective responsiveness ...

McMaster Model of Family Functioning (MMFF)


Which family assessment measures the same 6 domains the Mcmaster model does but also has a 7th scale of general family functioning?

Family Assessment Device (FAD)


Which family assessment assesses for: functining in 6 areas- task accomplishment, role performance, affective involvement, control, values, and norms
-can be used during treatment

Family Assessment Measure Version III- FAM III


Assessment that looks at how a family member perceives their family and how each members behavior affects the family as a whole
-based on 3 subscales- family relationship, personal growth, and system maintenance and change

Family environment scale (FES)


Type of depression assessment that measures feelings about the future, loss of motivation, and expectations; assesses the clients negative attitude about the future
-can be used to evaluate suicide risk
ages 17-80

Beck Hopelessness Scale -BHS


Is another depression assessment that is a self rating instrument for the presence and severity of depression
-ages 18+

Carroll Depression Scale- CDS-R, CRS


Type of depression assessment that is used to diagnose depression
-based on 7 factors
-ages 16+

IPAT Depression scale


Depression scale that is used on ages 7-17 and assesses cognitive, affective, and behavioral symptoms of depression in children and adolescents

Child Depression Inventory -CDI-2


A Screening tool for depression in children; helpful in symptom severity and treatment progress overtime
-ages 6+

Short mood and feelings questionnaire