Originally Posted by paramour
I believe this is a source of confusion in my program as well. I also seem to recall that our clinic started pushing students to use symptom inventories/checklists (e.g., BDI, BAI, etc.) on a regular basis each & every session so they could "integrate" them into their intake reports, treatment summaries, termination reports, or what have you and then (voila!) consider them integrated reports. Or at least this was the rationale passed down to students to get them to buy into it with minimal complaint.
And then we have other folks who say that they're not integrated reports unless the assessments are from across multiple categories, so one would require a cognitive and a personality test. But, if I'm reading the OP's quote correctly, then one "simply" needs two tests from ANY of those given categories and they don't necessarily need to be different ones?
They don't need to come from different categories, but symptom inventories don't come from ANY of the categories. So don't count for integrated reports.