Be prepared with powerful tools.
Natural disasters. Social unrest. Global pandemic. War. These situations and so many more have led to an increase in the number of individuals experiencing trauma symptoms.
When people turn to you for help, you have an opportunity to start the healing. Be prepared to intervene with trusted and reliable instruments that can help you assess posttraumatic symptoms for any age group.
Measures posttraumatic stress and related symptomatology in children ages 8–16 years
Uses a parent/caretaker report to assess trauma symptoms in young children ages 3–12 years
Screens for signs of trauma in children ages 8–17 years to help you determine if additional treatment is warranted
Screens for signs of trauma in young children ages 3–12 years to help you determine if additional treatment is warranted
Helps you evaluate sexual behavior in children ages 2–12 years who have been, or may have been, sexually abused
Measures how stress and trauma impact children ages 4–18 years in a school-based setting from the teacher’s perspective
Assesses trauma exposure and symptoms of posttraumatic stress in adults ages 18–91 years
Evaluates posttraumatic stress and other psychological sequelae from traumatic events in adults ages 18–88 years
Screens individuals ages 18–91 years for PTSD and suicide risk