Juvenile Pre-Post (JPP)
The Juvenile Pre-Post is an objective pretest-posttest outcome assessment instrument or test. It provides an objective and standardized way to evaluate juvenile counseling and/or treatment effectiveness.
It has 161 items and takes 30 minutes to complete.
The Juvenile Pre-Post has eight scales (measures):
- Truthfulness Scale
- Self-Esteem Scale
- Depression Scale
- Anxiety Scale
- Distress Scale
- Alcohol Scale
- Drug Scale
- Stress Management Scale
The Juvenile Pre-Post provides objective outcome measures for counseling (individual and group) and treatment settings. The Juvenile Pre-Post evaluates the juvenile's present status in the here-and-now.
The JDE measures the juvenile’s truthfulness while being tested, screens for violence proneness, assesses antisocial attitudes and quantifies substance (alcohol and other drugs) use and abuse.
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