Clinical (including Neuropsychology)


Clinical psychology focuses on understanding, preventing, and relieving psychological distress and dysfunction. Psychological assessment, along with psychotherapy, is vital to the practice of clinical psychology. Products in this topic are intended for use in a clinical setting and should be interpreted by people with professional training.

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Abuse Risk Inventory for Women
For many, abuse is difficult to talk about even with a doctor, other health care professional or social service worker. The ARI makes it a little easier. It is a quick and objective screening device to help identify women who are abused or at risk for abuse.
Body Insight Scale
Measures awareness of internal and external bodily sensations that support comfort, health, and overall well-being.
California Q-Sort for Adults
Arrange one hundred personality statements for easily quantifiable personality research.
Crisis Stabilization Scale
A clinician-rated instrument to be used with adolescents identified for crisis services. The clinician rates the extent to which an adolescent client has met specific goals related to crisis stabilization.
Enright Forgiveness Inventory
An objective measure of the degree to which a person forgives another person, group or entity that has hurt him or her deeply and unfairly.
Impact Message Inventory - Circumplex
Offers an innovative method of assessing interpersonal behavior by measuring the attitudes and feelings that the person being studied arouses in the respondent, such as dominance, hostility, submissiveness, and friendliness.
Inventory of Interpersonal Problems
The method to identify interpersonal difficulties.
Menstrual Distress Questionnaire
The standard method for measuring cyclical perimenstrual symptoms.
Neuropsychology Behavior and Affect Profile
Assesses neurocognitive and emotional change that co-occur with dementia
Overcoming Depression & Loss Workbook
An interactive workbook designed to be used by individuals participating in group cognitive therapy.
Personality Adjective Check List
The PACL is a 153-item self-report and rating measure of Theodore Millon's eight basic personality patterns for use with normal adults and counseling or psychotherapy clients.
Personality Disorder Adjective Check List
A brief screening measure for the assessment of personality disorders. It consists of 175 adjectives and adjectival phrases the client uses to describe their attributes.
Psychological Distress Profile
A brief and effective measure of four common domains of psychological distress: Depression, Hopelessness, Anxiety, and Anger.
Psychotherapy Outcome Kit
Designed to meet the increasing expectations of managed mental health care (MMHC) and health care reform.
State-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Adults™
The STAI Form Y is the definitive instrument for measuring anxiety in adults. It clearly differentiates between the temporary condition of “state anxiety” and the more general and long-standing quality of “trait anxiety”.
State-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Children
The definitive instrument for measuring anxiety in children. The STAI-CH distinguishes between a general proneness to anxious behavior rooted in the personality and anxiety as a fleeting emotional state.
State-Trait Personality Inventory
A self-administered questionnaire designed to measure transitory and dispositional anger, anxiety, curiosity, and depression in adults.