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BYU COMPREHENSIVE CLINIC

The Brigham Young University Comprehensive Clinic is a training, service and research facility for graduate programs in helping services. Graduate programs in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Clinical Psychology provide individual, couple and family counseling for members of the Utah County community. The clinic also offers psycho-educational group training on a variety of topics (e.g. premarital, couples communication, parenting, divorce adjustment and autism social skills training). The Clinical Psychology program also provides Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessments for $50 or $400 respectively. Typical assessment referral questions include: Intelligence Assessment, Learning Disability, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, assessment of functioning following brain trauma, and most other psychological or emotional disorders. Assessment for Autism or Aspergers disorders cost $400. Please see our web page at ccmh.byu.edu for the schedule of the groups and answers to common questions. Services are provided on an equitable basis without regard to gender, sexual orientation, age, race, creed, national origin or disability. FEES Counseling Sessions: $15 Groups: Usually a one-time fee of $15 Psychological Assessment: $50 Neuropsychological Assessments: $400 Aspergers and Autism Assessments: $500 Fees for therapy services can be decreased for financial need. Current BYU Students are provided services at no charge. The Clinic does not bill insurance companies or ecclesiastical authorities. All clients pay by check or cash at the time of service. INTAKE PROCESS Potential clients should call (801) 422-7759. The receptionist schedules a brief 20 to 30 minute phone interview to ensure the Clinic has the appropriate services. The Clinic does not accept individuals who need long-term therapy, who are suicidal, who are violent or who live in violent circumstances, who have alcohol or drug problems, or who have legal issues that would require the therapist to appear in court. CONTACT US
1190 North 900 East Taylor building Provo, UT 84602 801-422-7759 ccmh.byu.edu

BRIEF SCREEN FOR DEPRESSION A. R. Hakstian and P. D. McLean 1. How many times during the last two days have you been preoccupied by thoughts of hopelessness, helplessness, pessimism, intense worry, unhappiness, etc.?

1 ___________ 2 __________ 3 ___________________ 4 _________________________5 ________________________ Not at all Rarely Frequently Most of the time All of the time. 2. How relaxed have you been during the last two days compared to how you normally are?

10 ________9_____ 8 ______ 7 _____ 6 _____ 5 _____ 4 _____ 3 ______2 _______ 1 _______ Extremely Quite Calm and Tense Relaxed Physically 3. To what extent have you had difficulty starting and following through an ordinary job or task to completion during the last week compared to when you feel things have been going well?

10 ________9_____ 8 ______ 7 _____ 6 _____ 5 _____ 4 _____ 3 ______2 _______ 1 _______ Putting Things Start and Finish Off; Starting and Jobs as Well as Not Finishing for Most Other People 4. How satisfied are you with your ability to perform your usual domestic duties (i.e. shopping, meals, dishes, home repair, cleaning up, child care, etc.?

10 ________9_____ 8 ______ 7 _____ 6 _____ 5 _____ 4 _____ 3 ______2 _______ 1 _______ Very Very Dissatisfied Satisfied

To score: Add up the numbers marked. If your total score is over 21, it may be wise to visit with a professional (therapist, physician) to discuss whether or not you should consider treatment for depression.
Hakstian, A. R., & McLean, P. D. (1989). Brief Screen for Depression. Psychological A sse ss ment , 1, 139-141.