The Conners Comprehensive Behaviour Rating Scale (CBRS) is a new, in-depth assessment designed to provide you an overview of a child’s or adolescent’s disorders and concerns. It helps psychology professionals identify each youth’s specific needs and areas that require attention and focus. The assessment features multiple content scales that assess emotional distress, aggressive behaviours, academic difficulties, hyperactivity/impulsivity, social problems, separation fears, perfectionistic and compulsive behaviours, violence potential, and physical symptoms.
The online assessment involves responding to a series of predetermined questions by allocating a rating scale between -3 to +3 to each question.
The online assessment involves a series of assessments being completed by the child, parent, and teacher. Each assessment takes approximately 30 uninterrupted minutes to complete. From each assessment a report is developed to compare and analyse the results, this process then helps the doctor create a more accurate diagnosis. Once the assessments have been completed, it will take approximately 3 to 4 days to generate the report. This report will then provide a baseline to guide treatment and medication.
Scoring for the Conners rating scale is designed to be comprehensive, and measures many behavioural markers, including signs of: