Assessments

Self-Assessment of Modes Questionnaire – Version II‌

The Self-Assessment of Modes Questionnaire was designed to assist therapists in identifying preferred mode use during therapy sessions. It continues to be researched for reliability and validity. It is self-administered to determine preferential mode use as a therapist during interactions with a client.

Self-Assessment of Modes Version II (Korean)

Self-Assessment of Modes Version II (Persian)

Translated by Laya Nobakht  BSc,  MSc Clinical Psychology and Dr. Farzaneh Yazdani BSc OT, MSc OT, MA Psychological and Educational Counselling, PhD

Please contact Dr. Farzaneh Yazdani for further information: Fyazdani@brookes.ac.uk

Clinical Assessment of Modes

The four assessments were created as communication questionnaires for a variety of uses. The Clinical Assessment of Modes (CAM) assessments were designed to estimate the communication styles used between the client and therapist, and to provide an opinion of a third-party observer. The CAM-C1, CAM-C2, and CAM-T assessments are self-report questionnaires, with 30 items, using a 5-point Likert scale. These assessments are currently undergoing research for psychometric properties and clinical utility. Each of the questionnaires is available as a free download.

Clinical Assessment of Modes – Client Time 1: Communicating with your therapist

Administered to a client prior to therapy to determine the client’s preferential mode for upcoming therapy sessions

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Therapist: Communicating with your client

Administered to the therapist after the desired observation period has concluded to assess the therapist’s perception of what modes the therapist believed he/she used during the observation period

Clinical Assessment of Modes – Client Time 2: Communicating with your therapist‌

Administered to a client after therapy has concluded or the desired observations period has concluded to assess the client’s perception of what modes the therapist used during the observation period

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Observer: Communicating with your therapist

Completed by a third-party observer of a therapy session who is trained in completing the forms in a standardized manner to gain an objective perspective of therapeutic modes used

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Observer Version 2.0

The CAM-O v2.0 examines different ways that health care providers communicate with their patients in therapy. An observer completes the questionnaire after an individual session in order to measure the quality of the patient-provider interaction.

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Therapist Version 2.0

The CAM-T v2.0 examines different ways that health care providers communicate with their patients in therapy. A therapist completes the questionnaire after an individual session in order to measure the quality of their patient-provider interaction.

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Observer v. 3.0 Training

Training manual for the Clinical Assessment of Modes – Observer v. 3.0

Pediatric Clinical Assessment of Modes - Observer Version 3.0

The PCAM-O v3.0 examines different ways that health care providers communicate with children during therapy. An observer completes the questionnaire to measure the quality of the patient-provider interaction.

Clinical Assessment of Therapeutic Responses - Client (Korean)

 

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Client Time 1: Communicating with your therapist (Spanish)

 

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Client Time 2: Communicating with your therapist (Spanish)

 

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Client Time 1: Communicating with your therapist (Mandarin)

 

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Client Time 2: Communicating with your therapist (Mandarin)

 

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Client Time 1: Communicating with your therapist (Persian)

Translated by Laya Nobakht  BSc,  MSc Clinical Psychology and Dr. Farzaneh Yazdani BSc OT, MSc OT, MA Psychological and Educational Counselling, PhD

Please contact Dr. Farzaneh Yazdani for further information: Fyazdani@brookes.ac.uk

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Client Time 2: Communicating with your therapist (Persian)

Translated by Laya Nobakht  BSc,  MSc Clinical Psychology and Dr. Farzaneh Yazdani BSc OT, MSc OT, MA Psychological and Educational Counselling, PhD

Please contact Dr. Farzaneh Yazdani for further information: Fyazdani@brookes.ac.uk

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Therapist (Persian)

Translated by Laya Nobakht  BSc,  MSc Clinical Psychology and Dr. Farzaneh Yazdani BSc OT, MSc OT, MA Psychological and Educational Counselling, PhD

Please contact Dr. Farzaneh Yazdani for further information: Fyazdani@brookes.ac.uk

Clinical Assessment of Modes - Observer (Persian)

Translated by Laya Nobakht  BSc,  MSc Clinical Psychology and Dr. Farzaneh Yazdani BSc OT, MSc OT, MA Psychological and Educational Counselling, PhD

Please contact Dr. Farzaneh Yazdani for further information: Fyazdani@brookes.ac.uk

Clinical Assessment of Therapeutic Responses

The Clinical Assessment of Therapeutic Responses was designed to better understand the different ways that health care providers communicate with their patients in therapy. The CATR measures patient-provider interactions based on the Intentional Relationship Model. These assessments are currently undergoing research for psychometric properties and clinical utility. Each of the questionnaires is available as a free download.

Clinical Assessment of Therapeutic Responses - Observer v. 2.0

This assessment was designed to measure patient-provider interaction from an observer’s perspective.

Clinical Assessment of Therapeutic Responses - Provider v. 2.0

This assessment was designed to measure patient-provider interaction from the provider’s perspective.

Clinical Assessment of Sub-optimal Interactions

These assessments are designed to measure the frequency and type of sub-optimal interactions present within provider-client communication. The three distinct assessments have been tailored to capture the perspectives of the client, provider, or a third party observer. Both the original 36 item version and a newly developed 15 item short-form version of all three assessments are available to meet the dynamic needs across diverse populations and settings. These assessments are currently undergoing research for psychometric properties and clinical utility. Each of the questionnaires is available as a free download.

The Clinical Assessment of Sub-optimal Interaction – 36 item – Provider

The Clinical Assessment of Sub-optimal Interaction – 36 item – Observer

The Clinical Assessment of Sub-optimal Interaction – 36 item – Client

The Clinical Assessment of Sub-optimal Interaction – Short Form – Provider

The Clinical Assessment of Sub-optimal Interaction – Short Form – Observer

The Clinical Assessment of Sub-optimal Interaction – 15 item – Client

References

Taylor, R.R., Ivey, C., Shepherd, J., Simons, D., Brown, J., Huddle, M., Kardouni, N., Kirby, M., LaRue, C., Steele, R. (2013). Self-assessment of modes questionnaire – version II. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Taylor, R.R., Wong, S., Fan, C.W., Kjellberg, A., Alfredsson-Agren, K., Andersson, E., Zubel, B. (2013). Clinical assessment of modes – client time 1 (CAM-C1): Communicating with your therapist. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Taylor, R.R., Wong, S., Fan, C.W., Kjellberg, A., Alfredsson-Agren, K., Andersson, E., Zubel, B. (2013). Clinical assessment of modes – client time 2 (CAM-C2): Communicating with your therapist. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Taylor, R.R., Wong, S., Fan, C.W., Kjellberg, A., Alfredsson-Agren, K., Andersson, E., Zubel, B. (2013). Clinical assessment of modes – therapist (CAM-T): Communicating with your client. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Fan, C.W., Taylor, R.R., Wong, S., Zubel, B. (2013). Clinical Assessment of Modes – Observer (CAM-O): Communicating with your therapist – observational version. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Choi, H. & Lee, S. W. (2015). Clinical Assessment of Therapeutic Responses – Client (Korean Version). Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Fan, C.W., Taylor, R.R., Wong, S., Zubel, B. (2013). Clinical assessment of modes – client time 1 (CAM-C1): Communicating with your therapist (Spanish version). Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Fan, C.W., Taylor, R.R., Wong, S., Zubel, B. (2013). Clinical assessment of modes – client time 2 (CAM-C2): Communicating with your therapist (Spanish version). Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Fan, C.W. (2013). Clinical assessment of modes – client time 1 (CAM-C1): Communicating with your therapist (Mandarin version). Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Fan, C.W. (2013). Clinical assessment of modes – client time 2 (CAM-C2): Communicating with your therapist (Mandarin version). Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.