Multidimensional Adolescent Adjustment Scale

The Multidimensional Adolescent Assessment Scale or MAAS scale is a self-report measure that helps you to better assess and understand the severity or magnitude of adolescent client problems across 16 different areas of personal and social functioning.

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  • Depression
  • Self-Esteem Problems
  • Problems with Mother
  • Problems with Father
  • Personal Stress
  • Problems With Friends
  • Problems With School
  • Aggression
  • Family Problems
  • Suicide
  • Guilt
  • Confused Thinking
  • Disturbing Thoughts
  • Memory Loss
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Use

The 16 MAAS subscales have excellent reliabilities and validities and it produces a multidimensional profile graph for ease of use in diagnosis and treatment planning. The MASS scale is a very practical assessment tool that will help you with initial problem assessment, service or treatment planning, progress monitoring, and program evaluation.

Computer Scoring

Although the MAAS is very easy to administer, score, and interpret, some may wish to have computer scoring capability to insure accuracy and to save time. The WALMYR Assessment Scale Scoring Program (WASSP) provides a quick and easy means of scoring any of the multidimensional assessment scales.