Resources

My lab develops and shares free resources for supporting evidence-based practice in schools and youth mental health service settings.

These resources are mostly products of our research and training efforts. Anybody is welcome to use our resources to support their own efforts. You're also welcome to share or adapt our resources as you see fit.

All resources on this page are licensed under the Creative Commons: Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license, which means there's no need to ask permission prior to use. Please just cite appropriately if you use or share; and if you adapt anything, please note your changes.

Listings of EBP Resources

I've been curating two listings of resources for supporting evidence-based practice with youth. These were born from many hours scouring the internet in preparation for grad seminars. They've also benefited from crowdsourced input from colleagues and students via Twitter.

Brief Measures

We have developed several brief measures that can be used for measuring key mental health and related variables. Below are links to these resources, including brief user guides.

  • Youth Internalizing & Externalizing Problems Screeners. The YIEPS is a 20-item, self-report rating scale for assessing youths’ broad mental health problems across internalizing and externalizing domains.
  • Student Subjective Wellbeing Questionnaire. The SSWQ is a 16-item, self-report rating scale for assessing youths' school-specific wellbeing. It has four subscales—Joy of Learning, School Connectedness, Educational Purpose, and Academic Efficacy—that can combine to make a general Student Wellbeing composite scale.
  • Student Wellbeing Teacher Report Scale. The SWTRS is a 12-item, teacher-report rating scale for assessing youths’ school-specific wellbeing. It has three subscales—Academic Wellbeing, Emotional Wellbeing, Social Wellbeing—that can combine to make a Total Student Wellbeing composite scale.
  • Teacher Subjective Wellbeing Questionnaire. The TSWQ is an 8-item, self-report rating scale for assessing teachers’ school-specific wellbeing. It has two subscales—Teaching Efficacy and School Connectedness—that can combine to make a general Teacher Wellbeing composite scale.
  • College Student Subjective Wellbeing Questionnaire. The CSSWQ is a 16-item, self-report rating scale for assessing college students’ wellbeing. It has four subscales—Academic Satisfaction, Academic Efficacy, School Connectedness, and College Gratitude—that can combine to make a general College Student Wellbeing composite scale.

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