Youth Symptoms/Behavior

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Youth (Administered)

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What it Measures

Screens for mental health disorders, trauma related issues, and substance abuse rapidly.

Minimum Age
12

Maximum Age
18

Domains/Subscales
3 subscales: substance abuse, mental health, and trauma

Number of Items
15

Free or Cost
Free

Website for More Information
https://www.smchealth.org/sites/main/files/file-attachments/acokcodscreenpacketadolescent.pdf?1474580056

Reviewer Notes
Any more recent documentation that was found referencing where to find information on the screen has lead to a a page that is no long accessible at the University of Oklahoma. According to the author, he may be contacted at alcherry@ou.edu for access to the screener and additional information.

What it Measures

Severity of depression symptoms.

Minimum Age
13

Maximum Age
80

Domains/Subscales
Mood Disorder (Depressive, Bipolar) and Symptoms (e.g., Flat Affect, Withdrawal, Mania)

Number of Items
21

Free or Cost
$

Website for More Information
https://www.pearsonassessments.com/store/usassessments/en/Store/Professional-Assessments/Personality-%26-Biopsychosocial/Beck-Depression-Inventory-II/p/100000159.html

Reviewer Notes
There is a Child version called the CDI for younger kids.

 

What it Measures

Screener to identify substance use, substance-related riding/driving risk, and substance use disorder among youth.

Minimum Age
12

Maximum Age
21

Domains/Subscales
N/A

Number of Items
6

Free or Cost
Free

Website for More Information
https://crafft.org/about-the-crafft/

Reviewer Notes

 

What it Measures

Trauma exposure/reminders; grief/loss; anxiety/mood.

Minimum Age
12

Maximum Age
17

Domains/Subscales
6 Subscales:
-Alcohol/Drug Use
-Anger-Irritability
-Depression-Anxiety
-Somatic Complaints
-Suicide Ideation
-Thought Disturbance (validate in boys only)

Number of Items
52

Free or Cost
$

Website for More Information
https://www.nctsn.org/measures/massachusetts-youth-screening-instrument-2

Reviewer Notes
Used primarily in youth detention centers within 2 days of admission with normed scores and clinical cutoffs compared to other juvenile justice facilities

What it Measures

Assesses a child’s experience of a variety of potential traumatic events including current and previous injuries, hospitalizations, domestic violence, community violence, disasters, accidents, physical abuse, and sexual abuse.

Minimum Age
6

Maximum Age
18

Domains/Subscales

Number of Items
24

Free or Cost
Free

Website for More Information
https://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/assessment/documents/TESI-C.pdf
https://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/assessment/documents/tesi-parent.pdf
https://www.psychtools.info/tesi/ 

Reviewer Notes
6-18 years (TESI-C); Birth-6 (TESI-PRR)

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