The ASEBA Semi-structured Clinical Interview for Children and Adolescents (SCICA) for 6-18 year olds maximises the value of interviews with a flexible user-friendly protocol, plus forms on which interviewers rate their observations and children's self-reports during the interview.
It includes instructions, a protocol of questions and probes, observation and self-report forms for rating what the child does and says during the interview, and profiles for scoring ratings. The forms are scorable by the interviewer or observers.
The SCICA Protocol provides open-ended questions covering children's activities and school performance, peer relations, family relations, self-perceptions, feelings, and parent/teacher-reported problems.
The * SCICA Profiles for Handscoring* display item scores, syndrome scale scores and broad scores obtained from the SCICA Combined Observation & Self-Report Forms.
The Profile contains eight empirically based syndrome scales, and broad scales for Internalising, Eternalising, Total Observations, and Total Self-Reports.
The Syndromes include:
- Language/Motor Problems
- Attention Problems
- Self-Control Problems
- Somatic Complaints