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In addition to the clinical interview, what other clinical assessment tools should you consider? Why?

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    You have not given enough information for us to help you. A clinical interview for what? A clinical assessment of what?

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    a clinical interview for a child suffering from temper tantrum

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    Temper tantrums need to be very severe to require a clinical interview. You would need to rule out any physical causes, so a physical exam might be required. If physical causes are involved, depending on the diagnosis by a physician, medications might be required.

    Depending upon what information is obtained from the interview, a battery of psychological tests might be administered.

    However, temper tantrums are usually trained by parents and/or caregivers, so retraining the caregivers might be necessary. See

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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