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These tools will help to screen and monitor a wide range of mental and behavior health disorders including but not limited to: bi-polar and attention deficit disorder, depression, anxiety, postnatal depression, opiate and other related drug addictions, and post-traumatic stress syndrome. Our goal is to provide the necessary screening tools to more accurately diagnose and treat patients within a specialty. Please see tabbed menu for details on available assessments.
Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale
A self-reporting screening scale of adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. 18 questions.
Bi-Polar Disorder Screening Scale
Derived from the Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale (BPRS), assesses hostility, elevated mood, grandiosity, excitement, motor hyperactivity, depressed mood, anxiety, emotional withdrawal, blunted affect, and unusual thought content. 12 questions.
Center for Epidemiologic Studies
A screening test for depressive disorder, measures symptoms defined by the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-IV) for a major depressive episode. 20 questions.
Edinburgh Postnatal Depressions Scale
Postpartum depression is the most common complication of childbearing. This self-rating scale has been proven to be an efficient and effective way of identifying patients at risk for “perinatal” depression. While this test was specifically designed for women who are pregnant or have just had a baby, it has also been shown to be an effective measure for general depression in the larger population. 10 questions.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Questionnaire designed to help health professionals measure and monitor the symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder based on the diagnostic criteria for GAD described in DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders). However, the GAD-7 is also sensitive to severity of symptoms of social phobia, post-traumatic stress disorder, and panic disorder. 7 questions.
Multi-Dimensional Pain Inventory
Constructed to capture the multidimensionality of chronic pain. It is divided into three parts and measures psychosocial and behavioral consequences. 54 questions.
Opiate Risk Tool
Screening tool used to help predict which individuals may develop aberrant behaviors when prescribed opioids for chronic pain. Patients receive scores of 0-3 (low risk), 4-7 (moderate risk), or greater than or equal to 8 (high risk). 10 questions, male and female versions.
Patient Health Questionnaire
A multipurpose brief self-report tool for screening, diagnosing, monitoring and measuring the severity of depression. 9 questions.
Zung Self-Rating Anxiety
A self-report assessment tool built to measure anxiety levels, based on scoring in 4 groups of manifestations: cognitive, autonomic, motor and central nervous system symptoms. 20 questions.
Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale
A self-report questionnaire that is widely used as a screening tool, covering affective, psychological and somatic symptoms associated with depression. 20 questions.