Four Treatment Effectiveness Tests
These four, treatment effectiveness tests are administered twice: At treatment intake (before treatment or pre-test) and, again, at treatment completion (post-test). The pre-test serves as a baseline for post-test comparison. The following links take you to that test's website.
1. Pre-Post Inventory:
Is a generic, (male or female) treatment effectiveness test. Upon counseling or treatment completion, the Pre-Post Inventory is administered again. It helps answer the question, "Was treatment effective?" Eight, Pre-Post Inventory scales include: 1. Truthfulness, 2. Anxiety, 3. Depression, 4. Distress, 5. Alcohol, 6. Drug, 7. Self-esteem, and 8. Stress Management. For more information, (cost, example report, etc.) visit www.pre-post-inventory.com
2. DVI Pre-Post:
DVI is the acronym for Domestic Violence Inventory. The DVI Pre-Post evaluates the effects of domestic violence treatment outcome, effectiveness, or change. There are six DVI Pre-Post scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness, 2. Violence, 3. Control, 4. Alcohol, 5. Drug, and 6. Stress Management. For more information, (cost example report, etc.) visit www.dvi-pre-post.com
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3. Probation Referral Outcome: Judges and probation officers refer probationers for counseling and treatment. The Probation Referral Outcome (PRO) makes the effects of counseling and treatment understandable, in terms of positive and/or negative change. The eight PRO scales (measures) include: 1. Truthfulness, 2. Violence, 3. Self-Esteem, 4. Anxiety, 5. Depression, 6. Alcohol, 7. Drug, and 8. Stress Management. For more information, (cost, example report, etc.) visit www.probation-referral-outcome.com and/or www.online-testing.com.
4. Juvenile Pre-Post: Is an evidence-based, juvenile, treatment effectiveness test. It provides an objective and quantitative way to measure treatment effectiveness, or change. The Juvenile Pre-Post has eight scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness, 2. Self-Esteem, 3. Anxiety, 4. Depression, 5. Distress, 6. Alcohol, 7. Drug, and 8. Stress Management. For more information, (cost, unique features, research, example report, etc.) visit www.Juvenile-Pre-Post.com and/or www.online-testing.com.
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