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The UCLA PTSD Reaction Index for DSM-5 provides a structure for making a comprehensive evaluation of trauma history and an assessment of the full range of DSM-5 posttraumatic stress symptoms among school-age children and adolescents.
The Trauma History Profile section is used to gather information about history of exposure to a wide range of traumatic events.
The Trauma Details section is used to obtain additional information about specific details of the traumatic experience, whether the child/adolescent was a victim, witness or learned about the trauma, and the age(s) over which the trauma occurred.
The PTSD Symptom Scale and the Frequency Rating Sheet are used to rate the number of days in the past month that the child/adolescent experienced each PTSD symptom.
The Distress and Impairment in Functioning section is used to rate whether the PTSD symptoms cause significant distress and problems in relationships at home, in school, with peers, and in development.
The data entry and analysis software generate a symptom severity profile that helps to determinate whether DSM-5 criteria for PTSD and Dissociative Subtype are met.
The PTSD Reaction Index provides an easy to follow pictorial symptom profile that helps clinicians with case conceptualization, treatment planning, and monitoring outcome.
The UCLA PCBD Checklist is a 39-item instrument designed to assess DSM-5 proposed criteria for Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder. The Checklist covers symptoms of Category B (e.g., intense longing, sorrow, and emotional pain; preoccupation with the circumstances of the death), and Category C-Reactive Distress to the Death (e.g., disbelief, maladaptive appraisals, avoidance of loss reminders); and Social/Identity Disruption (e.g., feeling that life is meaningless, confusion about one’s role in life). The PCBD Checklist includes a single-page scoring sheet and a detailed test administration manual.
This section is used to gather information about the person who died, relationship to the person who died, and how the person died.
The PCBD Symptom Scale is used to gather information about the range of reactions comprising Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder.
The frequency rating sheet is used to rate how often the symptom occurred in the past month.
The PCBD Manual provides information on the administration and scoring of the PCBD Checklist.
If you have questions regarding the UCLA PTSD Reaction Index or PCBD Checklist, or need assistance with the purchase of your license, please contact us.