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Adult Mental Health

Clark-Beck Obsessive-Compulsive Inventory (CBOCI)
David Clark and Aaron T Beck, 2002

Overview:
Accurately screen for obsessive-compulsive symptoms

Age Range:
17 years and older

Administration:
Individual - 10 to 20 minutes. One form with two subscales and a total score

Use a reliable measure of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) modelled after the widely used Beck Depression Inventory®—Second Edition (BDI®–II). The Clark-Beck Obsessive-Compulsive Inventory (CBOCI) is an efficient screener designed to identify obsessive and compulsive symptoms in individuals ages 17 and older. 

Efficient Screener
The 25-item CBOCI was developed to provide you with an efficient, yet comprehensive and precise, self-report screening instrument for OCD. It can be completed in just 10 to 20 minutes and includes 11 items that assess obsessive behaviours and 14 items that assess compulsive behaviours. Once the presence of symptoms has been established, you can follow up with a more intensive diagnostic interview. 

Complements the Beck Scales
This self-report measure of obsessive-compulsive symptoms is patterned after the BDI–II, with a similar response format and structure. The CBOCI can be used in conjunction with the Beck Scales for depression, anxiety, hopelessness and suicide ideation for a more comprehensive measure of psychopathology; this integration can help in understanding possible comorbidity and in formulating and evaluating treatment. 

Reflects DSM–IV
The CBOCI is consistent with current diagnostic criteria for OCD according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders—Fourth Edition (DSM–IV). It also reflects recent advances in theory and research on the key cognitive and behavioral processes underlying Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. 


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Materials

Complete kit: Includes manual and 25 record forms
Additional copies of materials:
Manual
Record forms, pack of 25