The second edition of the Handbook of Psychological Assessment in Primary Care Settings offers an overview of the application of psychological screening and assessment instruments in primary care settings. This indispensable reference addresses current psychological assessment needs and practices in primary care settings to inform psychologists, behavioral health clinicians, and primary care providers of the clinical benefits that can result from utilizing psychological assessment and other behavioral health care services in primary care settings.
“The area of psychological assessment in primary care settings is certainly a hot topic, both within the assessment field, but also more generally within clinical psychology training and practice issues. The central focus of this handbook on integrated assessment within primary care settings [is] important and timely…Assessment is a critical component of integrative psychology services within primary care services. This handbook will provide an overview of this topic, detailed recommendations concerning specific assessment instruments, and in-depth case examples.”—Robert Archer, PhD, author, Assessing Adolescent Psychopathology: MMPI-A / MMPI-A-RF, Fourth Edition
List of Contributors Preface I: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS 1. Introduction Mark E. Maruish, Ph.D. 2. The History of Fragmentation and the Promise of Integration: A Primer on Behavioral Health and Primary Care Benjamin F. Miller, Psy.D. and Samuel Hubley, Ph.D. 3. Uses of Psychological Assessment in Primary Care Settings John H. Porcerelli, Ph.D. and John R. Jones, M.A. 4. Necessary Training for Psychologists Working in Primary Care Settings Appendix A Appendix B Jeffrey L. Goodie, Ph.D., Catherine M. Ware, and Christopher L. Hunter, Ph.D. 5. Selection of Psychological Measures and Associated Administration, Scoring, and Reporting Technology for Use in Primary Care Settings Mark E. Maruish, Ph.D. 6. Screening for Psychiatric Disorders in Primary Care Settings Leonard R. Derogatis, Ph.D. 7. Clinical and Program Monitoring and Outcomes Assessment for Behavioral Health in Primary Care Kent A. Corso, Psy.D. II: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS AND PROCEDURES 8. The Clinical Interview in Integrated Primary Care Alexa J. Connell, Ph.D. and Amber Hewitt, Psy.D. 9. Screening for Depression Paula Rhode Brantley, Ph.D. and Phillip J. Brantley, Ph.D. 10.Geriatric Depression Scale Elizabeth A. DiNapoli, Ph.D. and Forrest Scogin, Ph.D. 11. Assessment of Suicidal Risk Julia A. Harris, Erika M. Roberge, Kent D. Hinkson, and Craig J. Bryan, Psy.D. 12. Assessment of Anxiety in Primary Care Amber A. Martinson, Ph.D., Julia R. Craner, Ph.D., and Renn U. Sweeney. Ph.D. 13. Assessment of Stress Phillip J. Brantley, Ph.D. and Paula Rhode Brantley. Ph.D. 14. Screening for Cognitive Impairment Michael D. Franzen, Ph.D. 15. Substance Abuse Screening and Assessment in Primary Care Settings Santina Wheat, M.D., MPH, Candice Norcott, Psy.D., and Mary R. Talen, Ph.D. 16. Assessment of Pain in Primary Care Settings Robert J. Gatchel, Ph.D., Richard C. Robinson, Ph.D., Andrew R. Block, Ph.D., and Natalie N. Benedetto, M.A. 17. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Integrated Primary Care: Strategies for Effective Implementation of Screening and Assessment Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Jonathan P. Muther, Ph.D. and Yajaira Johnson-Esparza, Ph.D. 18. Assessment of Sleep Disorders in Primary Care Skye Ochsner Margolies, Ph.D., Bruce Rybarczyk, Ph.D., Allison Baylor, B.A., and Sarah Griffin, B.A. 19. Assessment of Eating Behavior in Primary Care Karen E. Stewart, Ph.D., Autumn Lanoye, M.S., Laura Milliken, Ph.D., and Vanessa Milsom, Ph.D. 20. Assessment of Health Status and Health-Related Quality of Life Mark E. Maruish, Ph.D. 21. Assessment of Disease Impact Martha Bayliss, M.Sc., Mark Kosinski, M.A., and Jakob B. Bjorner, M.D. 22. Symptom Checklist-90-Revised, Brief Symptom Inventory, and BSI-18 Leonard R. Derogatis, Ph.D. 23.Using the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory–2–Restructured Form (MMPI-2-RF) in Behavioral Medicine Settings Ryan J. Marek, M.A. and Yossef S. Ben-Porath, Ph.D. III: EXAMPLES OF INTEGRATED HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS 24. Improving Care for a Primary Care Population: Persistent Pain as an Example Patricia Robinson, Ph.D. and David Bauman, Ph.D. 25. Psychological Assessment in the Veterans Administration Model of Integrated Primary Care Lisa K. Kearney, Ph.D., Laura Wray, Ph.D., Katherine Dollar, Ph.D., and Andrew S. Pomerantz, M.D. 26. The Virginia Commonwealth University Primary Care Psychology Training Network Bruce D. Rybarczyk, Ph.D., Karen E. Stewart, Ph.D., Paul B. Perrin, Ph.D., and Zachary Radcliff 27. Implementation of the Primary Care Behavioral Health Model at a Federally Qualified Health Center Neftali Serrano, Psy.D., Meghan Fondow, Psy.D., and Elizabeth Zeidler Schreiter, Psy.D. Author Index Subject Index