Many widely used assessment tests for depression, anxiety, and other disorders were created decades ago. Often, they are not user-friendly and do not have outstanding psychometric properties. The wording is frequently unclear and the response options may be frustrating as well. Sometimes, the symptom choices are inappropriate. In contrast, the instruments in the Therapist's Toolkit are exceptionally user-friendly for the clinician and patient alike, and have superb psychometric properties. Most have reliabilities above 90%, with many above 95%, and are highly correlated with other, well-established instruments.
The Toolkit also includes large numbers of incredibly useful treatment tools that will enhance your work with individuals and groups, regardless of your therapeutic orientation.
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