. Describe the types of testing you will use in your selected setting (e.g., norm referenced testing, group or individual assessments, standardized or non-standardized testing, environmental, observation) and select two specific assessments that you would use in your selected counseling setting given the population served.

1. Briefly describe the selected counseling setting, types of services provided, and the demographic characteristics of the clientele served.

2. Describe the types of testing you will use in your selected setting (e.g., norm referenced testing, group or individual assessments, standardized or non-standardized testing, environmental, observation) and select two specific assessments that you would use in your selected counseling setting given the population served.

3. Identify and describe how your client’s academic/educational, career, personal, or social development (choose one) will inform the selection of the two assessments and the assessment process, as well as how you would use these assessments for diagnostic and treatment intervention purposes.

4. Describe how you will effectively prepare for and conduct the assessment meeting.

5. What procedures will you use for assessing risk to self or others?

6. Describe the statistical methods (e.g., measures of central tendency, types of scores, indices of variability, correlations, types of distributions) that you would expect to use to analyze the results of the assessments selected for this plan. If your measure is not norm-referenced, describe how cut-off scores are used.

7. What ethical and culturally relevant strategies will you use to select, administer, and interpret these assessments and test results? This will include confidentiality, informed consent, etc.

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