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ID: 200105-002 Name: Catherine A. Holcomb Age: 11

CBCL/6-18 - Narrative Report & Critical Items

Scored using T scores for United States

Birth Date: 06/16/1989 Gender: Female Date Filled: 12/04/2000

Informant: Jane Holcomb Clinician: Theresa Lopez

The Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) was completed by Jane Holcomb, Catherine's biological mother, to obtain her perceptions of Catherine's competencies and problems. Ms. Holcomb reported that Catherine participates in two sports and that she has interests in three hobbies. She belongs to two social organizations, teams or clubs. Ms. Holcomb reported that Catherine has no jobs or chores. She reported that Catherine has no close friends and that she sees friends less than once a week outside of regular school hours. Ms. Holcomb rated Catherine's school performance as average in language arts, below average in social studies, below average in math, and below average in science.

Catherine's Total Competence score was in the clinical range below the 10th percentile for parents' ratings of girls aged 6 to 11. Her scores on the Activities and Social scales were both in the borderline clinical range (3rd to 7th percentiles), and her score on the School scale was in the clinical range below the 3rd percentile.

On the CBCL problem scales, Catherine's Total Problems, Internalizing, and Externalizing scores were all in the borderline clinical range (84th to 90th percentiles) for girls aged 6 to 11. Her scores on the Anxious/Depressed, Somatic Complaints, Social Problems, Attention Problems, Rule-Breaking Behavior, and Aggressive Behavior syndromes were in the normal range. Her score on the Withdrawn/Depressed syndrome was in the clinical range above the 97th percentile. Her score on the Thought Problems syndrome was in the borderline clinical range (93rd to 97th percentiles). These results indicate that Catherine's biological mother reported more problems than are typically reported by parents of girls aged 6 to 11, particularly withdrawn or depressed behavior and thought problems.

On the DSM-oriented scales, Catherine's scores on the Anxiety Problems, Somatic Problems, Attention

Deficit/Hyperactivity Problems, Oppositional Defiant Problems, and Conduct Problems scales were in the normal

range. Her score on the Affective Problems scale was in the clinical range (above the 97th percentile).

suggest that the DSM should be consulted to determine whether Catherine meets diagnostic criteria for affective disorders.

These results

On the 2007 scales, Catherine's scores on the Obsessive-Compulsive Problems and Post-traumatic Stress Problems scales were in the normal range. Her score on the Sluggish Cognitive Tempo scale was in the borderline clinical range (93rd to 97th percentiles). Catherine's score in the borderline clinical range suggests that the DSM should be consulted to determine whether Catherine might meet diagnostic criteria for disorders characterized by problems included on that scale.

Critical Items

In addition to the scale scores, it is important to consider scores on individual problem items. Because they may raise particular challenges for management, it is especially important to note the problems listed below that were reported with scores of 1 or 2. Look at comments made by the informant on the form in relation to these problems to obtain more information about risks associated with the problems and the contexts in which the problems occur.

Score

Problem Item

Score

Problem Item

0

6. BMOut

0

67. RunAway

1

15. CruelAnimal

0

70. SeesThings

0

18. HarmSelf

0

72. SetsFires

0

40. HearsThings

0

91. TalkSuicide

0

57. Attacks

0

105. UsesDrugs

0

59. SexPartsP

0

107. WetsSelf