Assess My Child's Behavior
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Wondering if your child would benefit from therapy? Our screening quiz was developed by a licensed professional counselor.
Please respond to the following statements according to how often they have applied to your child during the past two weeks.
This scale is not designed to diagnose your child or take the place of a professional diagnosis. If you suspect that you are dealing with severe mental illness, please consult with a mental health professional as soon as possible.
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Some behavioral issues are a normal part of childhood and adolescence, and testing boundaries is part of healthy development. If your child is able to function appropriately at school and in the community, and has not expressed significant feelings of sadness, anxiety, or anger, he/she most likely is not in need of therapy at this time.
Please note: the results of this quiz do not take the place of a clinical diagnosis of your child. Only a licensed professional can completely assess, diagnose, and treat your child. If you are thinking about suicide, please consult with a professional as soon as possible or contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255.
Your child may be having some difficulty coping with stress or uncomfortable feelings. Family is often a child’s most valuable natural support; however, if you are having difficulty managing your child’s behavior or getting him/her to open up to you about what is wrong, therapy may be helpful for you and your child, particularly if any of the behaviors you have noticed have changed recently and are seemingly out of nowhere.
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My child associates with or gravitates to a “bad crowd.”
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My child appears irritable or has anger outbursts, sometimes seemingly out of nowhere.
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My child sometimes acts with no regard for the rights of others.
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My child intentionally annoys others.
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My child gets in trouble at school.
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My child’s is having academic trouble.
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My child breaks rules, even when there appears to be little benefit in doing so.
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My child appears lonely, withdrawn, or complains of having no friends.
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My child is involved in risky or harmful behavior. (e.g. drugs, alcohol, cutting)
Question 10 of 10
My child has few positive outlets or has lost interest in positive activities.