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Self-Assessment Guide

BHCM Clinical Assessment Tools

This tool can be used by patients to help improve their outcomes and increase job satisfaction. Patients will be asked about their love, work, play and health.    

Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale

The Adult ADHD Symptom Checklist is an instrument consisting of the eighteen DSM-IV-TR criteria. The goal of this checklist is to explore more fully the extent and severity of ADHD symptoms and create a framework to ascertain impairment.

Adult ADHD-RS-IV with Adult Prompts

The ADHD-RS-IV with Adult Prompts is an 18-item scale based on the DSM-IV-TR® criteria for ADHD that provides a rating of the severity of symptoms. The adult prompts serve as a guide to explore more fully the extent and severity of ADHD symptoms and create a framework...

Mental health fact sheets (EFDC)

Patients can download or print these mental health fact sheets and tools so they have them available at any time. They can use the tools on their own, or bring them to their next health care appointment to review with their doctor.

Building Motivation: Weekly Worksheet (EFDC)

This tool can be used by patients either on their own or in conjunction with a Behavioral Health Care Manager (BHCM) as part of a CoCM program. The worksheet helps patients follow through on the different components of their self-care program, tracking their progress...

Two-Week Sleep Diary (EFDC)

This tool is intended to help you to keep track of your sleeping habits. Make sure you share this information with your healthcare provider. Together, you can review your progress and make sure you’re getting the most out of your treatment plan.

Learn About Depression: Toolkit (EFDC)

We all feel sad, low, or irritable sometimes. It is a natural human emotion to feel down when life gets hard. These feelings usually pass over time. However, some people experience these feelings intensely for weeks, months, or even years. Often the reason is not...

MCPAP for Moms Pediatric Toolkit

MCPAP for Moms promotes maternal and child health by building the capacity of providers serving pregnant and postpartum women and their children up to one year after delivery to effectively prevent, identify, and manage mental health and substance use concerns.

Activity Monitoring Worksheet

This worksheet can be used by providers and patients to track daily and weekly mood changes, either as part of an ongoing treatment plan or to help establish a baseline of symptoms.