The answers should be based on a continuum of 1 – 10 (as opposed to "yes" or "no") since these are commonly observed in many children who are trying to cope with uncertainty:
Note from CEHL founder, Dr. Howard King:
This rating system is not meant to be a scientific way of assessing children with this condition.Instead, pediatricians may wish to use it as a baseline relative to what may occur in the future.In that way, the parent and pediatrician might observe how children progress over time, hopefully, from some therapeutic intervention.
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I would like to thank the following for their generous support, without whom this web site and training program would not exist: The Sidney R. Baer, Jr. Foundation, The Alden Trust, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, Project INTERFACE (Newton Public Schools and the U.S. Department of Education), the Locke Educational Fund at Newton- Wellesley Hospital, Aetna Health Plan, the Kenneth B. Schwartz Center, and the families of my medical practice.
I hope you find this site useful and encourage any comments.
- Dr. Howard King, M.D.