The Handbook of Pediatric Psychological Screening and Assessment in Primary Care Settings provides an overview of the principles of screening, monitoring, and measuring of the treatment outcomes of behavioral health disorders in pediatric primary care. The Handbook serves as a guide to the selection of psychometric measures that can be used to screen for and/or assess behavioral health problems of children and adolescents. The Handbook is an invaluable reference to behavioral health clinicans in maximizing potential benefits in efficient assessment and effective treatment of children and adolescents in pediatric primary care settings as well as other healthcare settings.
Table of Contents
Part I: General Considerations 1. Introduction Mark E. Maruish 2. An Overview of Integrated Pediatric Primary Care Julie Pajek and Terry Stancin 3. Selection of Psychological Measures and Associated Administration, Scoring Reported Technology for Use in Pediatric Primary Care Settings Mark E. Maruish 4. Psychologists’ Facilitation of Behavioral Health Screening in Pediatric Primary Care Rationale and Practicalities Barbara Ward-Zimmerman and Ellen B. Berlinsky Part II: Psychological Instruments and Procedures 5. The Clinical Interview in Pediatric Primary Care Meghan Walls, Cheyenne Hughes, and Megan Cohen 6. Global Screening for Behavior Health Disorders Eugene D’Angelo, Rachel Tunick, Keneisha Sinclair-McBride, and Nicholas Morelli 7. Screening and Assessment of Depression Eugene D’Angelo, Keneisha Sinclair-McBride, Rachel Tunick, and Nicholas Morelli 8. Assessing Suicidality and Safety Concerns in Pediatric Primary Care Emily B. Muther and Nicholas F. Hartley 9. Screening and Assessment of Anxiety Elizabeth M. Robinson, Erin Thompson, Allison Baylor Williams, Selamawit Hailu, Zachary Radcliff, and Kathryn E. Maher 10. Screening and Assessment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Erin Thompson, Allison Baylor Williams, Elizabeth Robinson, Zachary Radcliff, and Kathryn E. Maher 11. Screening and Assessment for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in Pediatric Populations in Integrated Primary Care Jonathan P. Muther and Yajaira Johnson-Esparazza 12. Screening and Assessment of Eating Disorders Laura A. Shaffer and Christina M. Cammarata 13. Screening and Assessment of Cognitive Impairment Ryan R. Landoll, Corinn A. Elmore, Andrea F. Weiss, and Hannah R. Martinez 14. Screening and Assessment of Substance Abuse Justine W. Welsh and John R. Knight 15. Screening and Assessment of Sleep Disturbance Kathryn W. Hoffses, Sarah Morsbach Honaker, Andrew R. Riley, and Tawnya J. Meadows 16. Screening for Pediatric ADHD in the Primary Care Clinic Kimberly Kelsav and Shaleah Dardar 17. Screening and Assessment of Disruptive, Impulse-Control, and Conduct-Disorders Jennifer Burt, Brandy Clarke, and Zachary C. LaBrot 18. Screening and Assessment of Autism Specturm Disorders Abigail Angulo Part III: Examples of Integrated Pediatric Primary Care Programs 19. Integrated Behavioral Health in Pediatric Primary Care Settings: Using Screening Processes as Ports of Entry for Children and Families Ayelet Talmi, Bridget Burnett, and Melissa Buchholz 20. Using an Integrated Pediatric Primary Care Program to Serve Low Income, Urban Families Heather A. Jones, Zachary Radcliffe, Ruben Martinez, Elizaveta Bourchtein, Nour Al Ghriwati, Stephanie A. Wilson, and Bruce Rybarcyzk Author Index Subject Index
About the Author
Dr. Mark E. Maruish is the president of Southcross Consulting, which offers consultation to test publishers, healthcare research organizations, and others regarding psychological assessment products, publications, and strategies. He has published 12 books as well as numerous book chapters and scientific papers on psychological testing and assessment. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the American Academy of Assessment Psychology.