TCU CJ Comprehensive Intake (TCU CJ CI)

TCU CJ Comprehensive Intake (TCU CJ CI) is usually administered by a counselor in a face-to-face interview held 1-3 weeks after admission, when the client has had time to detox and reach greater stabilization and cognitive focus. [90 minutes]

TCU CJ Comprehensive Intake (CI) Form Sections:

Part Pages
A: Sociodemographic Background2-5
B: Family Background5
C: Peer Relations6
D: Criminal History7-10
E: Health and Psychological Status11-12
F: Drug History13-19
G: AIDS Risk Assessment19-21
H: Interviewer's Clinical Assessments22

TCU CJ Client Evaluation of Self and Treatment Intake Version (TCU CJ CEST-Intake) is a self-rating form completed by the offender at the time of admission to treatment. It includes short scales for psychological adjustment, social functioning, and motivation. These scales also provide a baseline for monitoring offender performance and psychosocial changes during treatment. [15 minutes]

  • TCU CJ CEST-Intake [PDF; 53 KB; 5 pages]  [DOC; 76 KB; 5 pages]
  • Spanish version of TCU CJ CEST-Intake [PDF; 57 KB; 6 pages]
  • Scoring Guide for TCU CJ CEST-Intake [PDF; 26 KB; 4 pages]
  • Spanish version of Scoring Guide for TCU CJ CEST-Intake [PDF; 108 KB; 7 pages]
  • Citation:
    Institute of Behavioral Research. (2005). TCU CJ Client Evaluation of Self and Treatment Intake Version (TCU CJ CEST-Intake). Fort Worth: Texas Christian University, Institute of Behavioral Research. Available at ibr.tcu.edu