Personality assessment. Recent survey of practicing Ph.D.s, PsyD.s, and Ed.s revealed that only 32% use personality tests and only 43% do treatment planning.
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Recent survey of practicing Ph.D.s, PsyD.s, and Ed.s revealed that only 32% use personality tests and only 43% do treatment planning.
De-emphasis in personality training occurred at the same time as Mischel shock in 1968, so clinicians trained in the late 1960s and 1970s did not value personality assessment
Today, treatment planning based on assessments is essential from both an ethical standpoint and for insurance reimbursement
Pros and cons of using a standardized test battery vs. a unique battery to meet the client’s assessment needs.