Behavior - CHILD
The Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) is really a triad of tests, which can be given to the parent(s) /CBCL), the teacher or other involved adult (TRF), and also the child him or her-self (YSR). This allows for triangulation of the concerns, and often offers additional insight. The CBCL assesses 8 syndromes or behavioral problem areas, including anxiety, depression, somatic concerns, social-, thought-, and attention problems, as well as rule-breaking and aggressive behaviors.
The Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function, ver. 2 (BRIEF-2) is a test of executive functioning that can be given to teachers, parents and child. The self-report form is administered to the child or adolescent themselves (ages 11-18), while the teacher and parent forms can be given to children and adolescents ages 5-18. It consists of 3 subscales, the Behavior Regulation Index (BRI); the Emotion Regulation Index (ERI); and the Cognitive Regulation Index (CRI). It helps us assess attention deficit disorders, including potential underlying and similar problems as well as sub-type of ADHD, from a behavioral point of view.
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Pilar, M.S. Psychologist
I am a Spanish psychologist offering treatment in both English and Spanish.
Julia Flückiger, M.S., MAS.
Julia is on maternity leave, and will be back in the summer of 2022.
Lou James, MA, MSc., PGDip
I offer services in English, to families, parent, couples, individuals, and children.
OUR TREATMENT AREAS
We offer therapy to individual adults and children, couples, and families. You choose yourself or are assigned the therapist who can best help you through your specific issues.