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To understand how our questionnaires can be an integral part of the process when working with clients, please take a look at these sample interpretations.
Angela T. illustrates a profile often seen in people who acknowledge that they use drugs excessively and have come to rely on them as a coping resource.
The mother of a 22-year-old woman feels very strongly that her daughter, Aimee, has an alcohol problem. But Aimee is adamant, no question about it, she doesn’t have a problem.
Jim, a 38 year-old male referred for a substance use evaluation, following his arrest for domestic violence. Learn how the SASSI can help identify the need for further assessment.
Josh, a 17-year old male high school student assessed for substance use disorder. Learn how the SASSI-A2 helps to identify substance use versus substance use disorder.
Bob B., a 43 year old male referred by his attorney for a substance use evaluation following his arrest for impaired driving. Learn how the SASSI was useful in identifying needs of a client with poor insight.
Carlos C. is a 36-year old Spanish speaking and reading client referred for identification of high or low probability of substance use disorder. Learn how to interpret the Spanish SASSI decision rules.
A 37-year old female identified as having a high probability of substance use disorder. Learn how the Supplemental Addiction Scale (SAM) is used in the decision rules.
Ben, a 23 year-old male serving time in a correctional facility for domestic violence. Learn how the SASSI results helped to identify specific treatment needs.
John and Mary, a Native American couple referred for a substance use disorder evaluation after having had their children removed from their home. Learn how the SASSI helps identify the influence of culture and other social environment factors when assessing clients’ profiles.
Sally, a 27-year old single mother of two mandated by the court for a substance use disorder evaluation. Despite Sally’s elevated defensiveness, the SASSI identified her as having a high probability of substance use disorder. Learn how the SASSI helped the clinician gain insight into the context of Sally’s behavior.
Carol, a 43-year old businesswoman and mother of two recently arrested for driving while impaired. Learn how the SASSI identified Carol’s substance use disorder and provided useful clinical information pertaining to Carol’s intervention needs.