Anxiety-Depression Assessment (ADA)

The Anxiety-Depression Assessment (ADA) is an evidence based self-report anxiety-depression assessment instrument or test. The ADA is used by clinicians, psychologists, counselors, probation officers and mental health practitioners.

The Anxiety-Depression Assessment (ADA) is a 151-item self-report test that takes approximately 25 minutes to complete. It has been standardized on male and female adults.

8 ADA DOMAINS (SCALES)

1. Truthfulness Scale
2. Depression Scale
3. Generalized Anxiety Scale
4. Social Anxiety Scale

5. Agoraphobia Scale
6. Panic Disorder Scale
7. Specific Phobia Scale
8. Self-Esteem Scale

The Anxiety-Depression Assessment (ADA) facilitates early problem identification, which enables accurate matching of problem severity with treatment intensity. Specific risk-related intervention (meetings or classes) and treatment (counseling or psychotherapy) recommendations are given for each domain (scale).

For more information, visit: www.anxiety-depression-assessment.com
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