The TESI-C (An Interview for Children: Traumatic Events Screening Inventory) assesses a child’s experience of a variety of potential traumatic events including current and previous injuries, hospitalizations, domestic violence, community violence, disasters, accidents, physical abuse, and sexual abuse. The revised 24-item version (also known as the TESI-CRF-R; Ippen et al., 2002) is more developmentally sensitive to the traumatic experiences that young children may experience. Additional questions assess DSM-IV PTSD Criterion A and other additional information about the specifics of the event(s). A revised 24-item parent report version (TESI-PRR) is also available.
TESI-C Armenian Version
Transcultural Adaptation and Validation of An Interview for Children: Traumatic Events Screening Inventory’s Armenian version.
Start Date: 22 October 2015