Yes, in general. Where I practice, there is a trend for parents to want a full battery. I was thinking of administering the WISC, Woodcock-Johnson, ASEBA, RCADS, possibly the BASC (instead of ASEBA) or CPT-II, but not sure what I may also want to include. The CHIPS was coded for the DSM-IV, and am looking for another structured interview, besides the KSADS...any thoughts?
I hope this is okay to say as I only have experience doing a practicum at testing with kids/teens, but that seems like a lot (doing both the WISC and WJ)
I guess it depends on the referral question because some of the parents wanted to rule out autism/ADHD, some just said “my kid is having these problems at school and theres some behavioral stuff too”.
So we did a BASC, GARS, vineland, SRS-2, and wisc.
And then depending on the results of the WISC, pick subtests of the NEPSY, and we might do the stroop, trail making test, rey figure, Test of everyday attention for children, etc.
Based on the list you posted, I think the Vineland might be a good addition...but again, maybe I am totally off because of my limited child testing experience!
I am looking forward to reading others contributions to this thread