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Scoring Worksheet for ULCA PTSD INDEX
On this page, we will provide you with a Scoring Worksheet for ULCA PTSD INDEX which will help you learn to score ULCA PTSD INDEX.
What is a Scoring Worksheet for ULCA PTSD INDEX?
The UCLA PTSD is a self-report questionnaire to screen for exposure to traumatic events and assess PTSD symptoms in school-age children and adolescents. The scale assesses the frequency of occurrence of PTSD symptoms during the past month. This worksheet will help you in understanding its scoring and what are the symptoms that are necessary to diagnose the criteria of PTSD.
How a Scoring Worksheet for ULCA PTSD INDEX will help?
The PTSD Reaction Index Score Sheet provides a method for calculating whether DSM-5 criteria are met for PTSD symptoms, significant distress, and impairment and whether full diagnostic criteria are met for PTSD and Dissociative Subtype. It will help you learn the scoring of ULCA PTSD INDEX so that you can score the index of your clients easily.
Instructions on how to use a Scoring Worksheet for ULCA PTSD INDEX
The scale assesses the frequency of occurrence of PTSD symptoms during the past month (rated from 0 = none of the time to 4 = most of the time).
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