The Quickview® Social History inventory helps provide the clinician with a complete psychosocial history in nine major areas in a limited amount of time. Clinicians can use this test to help:

  • Screen for social, psychological, and physical problems to aid diagnosis and treatment planning
  • Facilitate DSM-IV® diagnostic classification
  • Clarify client history for follow-up interviews
  • Expedite routine data collection and report writing

Key Features

  • Enables the clinician or other staff to collect a standardized set of social and clinical data on every client with a minimal amount of administration time.
  • Designed to help meet Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations’ (JCAHO) consolidated standards for psychological assessment.

Areas of Inquiry


Demographics and Identifying Data Occupational History/Financial Status
Developmental History Legal History
Family of Origin Military History
Educational History Symptom Screen (psychological and physical)
Marital History

Reporting Option

Interpretive Report
The report provides a narrative description of client demographic and clinical information. The Symptom Screen section presents client-reported information about general and mental health status. The Follow-Up Interview Summary presents data in a format that is useful for subsequent interviews.

View a sample Interpretive Report.

Scoring Options

Q-global™ Web-based Administration, Scoring, and Reporting – Enables you to quickly assess and efficiently organize examinee information, generate scores, and produce accurate comprehensive reports all via the Web.

Q Local™ Software – Enables you to score assessments, report results, and store and export data on your computer.

Mail-in Scoring Service – Specially designed answer sheets are mailed to us for processing within 24–48 hours of receipt and returned via regular mail.


Frequently asked questions follow. Click on a question to see the response.

  • What happens when the answers don’t cover all possibilities (e.g., for corporal punishment) and the client chooses the “Other” response? Is this captured in the report?