Select an assessment instrument likely to be used in the Mental Health professional practice. Read the reviews for the chosen assessment tool in the Mental Measurements Yearbook available scholarly articles that establish the appropriate use of that tool and what it purports to measure. Locate articles discussing the assessment
Review the Qualification levels for the use of Psychological Assessment. Compare these qualifications to the professional activities covered in the license or certification (Licensed Mental Health Counselor). Keeping in mind that these rules vary from state to state, describe the types of assessments that may be qualified to ad
Choose one of the roles that assessment plays in the counseling field other than initial assessment for treatment. Such as: Treatment Matching, Monitoring Treatment Progress, Evaluation and Accountability, Outcome Assessment, or Data Analysis. Select a scholarly peer reviewed article that presents an example of this type of asse
Please reflect upon the history of assessment and the counseling field. How does assessment help to define a counselor's professional identity? Address the role of assessment in the area of counseling that fits ones professional goals. Use scholarly sources to support your position and please provide 350 words or more.
Our chapter explores the interviewing process in CBT. Factors such as interviewer skill, language, how emotions are handled, how outcomes are measured and the impact of the therapeutic relationship are discussed. What are the role of the therapeutic relationship, power and emotions in the assessment process in CBT?
The similarities and differences of individual and group adminstered tests, including an example of each.
Conduct a comparison (identifying similarities and differences) between norm-referenced and criterion-referenced tests, including an example of the use of each.
A discription of the three most significant advances in testing and assessment and two or more of the best uses and abuses of testing and assessment.
Please give a description of what is consider to be the three most significant evolutionary milestones or advances in testing and assessment. Then, describe what is considered to be: Two or more of the best uses of testing and assessment and two or more of the most blatant abuses of testing and assessment
The outcomes and importance of testing and assessment. The process and outcomes in the performance of a test, an assessment, and evaluation.
Please give an explanation of the outcomes and importance of testing and assessment in clinical psychology. What would be the process and outcomes if (a) a test, (b) an assessment, and (c) an evaluation. were performed.
This solution discusses the role and importance of assessment, diagnosis, and research in case conceptualization and treatment planning. Specific examples are provided in case analyses of assessment, and diagnosis of behavioral problems. Repercussions that can occur from persons being misdianosed are discussed.
You are trying to select a psychological test to determine potential areas of interest for students entering college. The Educational and Psychological Measurement and Strong Interest Inventory Assessment are the two tests. What would be the top three criteria ranked in using the selected tests? Explain why you feel they are im
Please help me answer these and please provide references. 1.Behavioral assessment signifies an approach or way of gathering information about important human characteristics. Please explain six approaches to behavioral assessment; and briefly describe two of these approaches? 2.Please explain the difference between re
Explain the difference between a fixed and flexible neuropsychological assessment battery. Which type of battery do you think would produce the most accurate assessments and why?
The last part of chapter 2 is focused on "legal and ethical considerations" (Cohen & Swerdlik, 2010, p. 53). This section is divided into three subsections: "The Concerns of the Public," "The Concerns of the Profession," and "The Rights of the Test-taker." After reading through this section of chapter 2, reply to this post des
Below is the link to the information which can be found about the Family Functional Assessment that DHS permanency planning workers use as a means of gaining family information, background, and overall ability to function. As the website explains, "Family Functional Assessment, is the most important step in the permanency plann
A critique of the Behavioral Assessment System test (strengths and weaknesses; psychometric qualities; and specific ethical, legal, and other issues) Also included are extra peer reviewed references that could be used for further research.
For most purposes, the Behavior Assessment System for Children (BASC) is an excellent choice for screening externalizing behavior problems. The rating scale has a number of items and scales specific to the externalizing domain. The is a comprehensive system for assessing child and adolescent behavior.
Discuss the basic elements of clinical assessment. What is the role of the DSM IV-TR in clinical assessment? How does it guide the diagnosis of abnormal behavior? Please provide an example and cite references in your response.
Describe of the characteristics, uses, and purposes of Behavior Assessment System for Children
What kind of treatment plan would be recommended for clients that states, I cannot imagine leading a normal life without taking lithium and psychotherapy? Explain the approach to be use and note how it is reflected in the plan.
How does making a culturally sensitive diagnosis of a client affect the impact on assessment and diagnosis?
Week 5 DQ 1 1. Today, we have a number of different family configurations: the single parent, the divorced parent, blended families, children being reared by their grandparents, unmarried parents, and same-sex parents. What are the differences among these different family configurations as they relate to rearing psychological
Identify what information is important to collect during the inital assessment process to make a diagnosis and why. Expalain what methods can be used to collect the data or make ongoing assessment.
Job Redesign and Workplace Rewards Assessment The Job Redesign and Workplace Rewards Assessment is a two-part project which asks you to assess the current state of your workplace environment in regard to how it motivates (or fails to motivate) employees to affect increased job satisfaction and workplace productivity. e. Part
Clinical Assessment - Mr. and Mrs. Lawson brought their 4-year-old adopted daughter, Clara, to see Dr. Mason, a psychiatrist.
Clinical Assessment Review the following scenario: Mr. and Mrs. Lawson brought their 4-year-old adopted daughter, Clara, to see Dr. Mason, a psychiatrist. Clara was polite in greeting Dr. Mason, but did not smile and kept her gaze down as she took a seat. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson sat next to Clara and began explaining their con
What personality description are personality tests based on? What are the strengths and weaknesses you can see in a personal interview and observation type test?