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Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale–Second Edition (BERS-2)

Michael H. Epstein

Age range: 5 to 18 years
Admin: Individual
Qualification level: A

Designed for use in schools, mental health clinics, juvenile justice settings, and child welfare agencies, the Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale- Second Edition (BERS-2) helps to measure the personal strengths and competencies of children ages 5-0 through 18-11. The BERS-2 is a multi-modal assessment system that measures the child's behavior from three perspectives: the child (Youth Rating Scale), parent (Parent Rating Scale), and teacher or other professional (Teacher Rating Scale). The BERS-2 measures several aspects of a child's strength: interpersonal strength, involvement with family, intrapersonal strength, school functioning, affective strength, and career strength.

The scale can be completed in approximately 10 minutes. Information from the BERS-2 is useful in evaluating children for prereferral services, in placing children for specialized services, and in measuring the outcomes of services. The BERS-2 can identify children's individual behavior and emotional strengths and the areas in which individual strengths need to be developed.

Complete BERS-2 Kit

 - Examiner's Manual

 - 25 Teacher Rating Scales

 - 25 Parent Rating Scales

 - 25 Youth Rating Scales

 - 50 Summary Forms

NOTE: Price is exclusive of 12% VAT and Delivery Charges

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