The Anger Regulation and Expression Scale (ARES) is a self-report assessment of the expression and regulation of anger in children and adolescents, from 10-17 years of age. It contains a full-length version (ARES) and a short version (ARES[S]).
The ARES and ARES[S] are useful tools to assist in the development of treatment plans and for monitoring outcomes of interventions.
The ARES is available through the MHS Assessment Center+. The MHS Assessment Center+ provides professionals the ability to administer, score and generate reports online. It also allows for printing of forms for client completion, and response entry from pen-and-paper administrations.
The ARES Short Online Response Form allows completion of the ARES[S] online. Children and adolescents can read items, as well as select and enter their responses online. The data is then scored and a report generated. This option requires 1 Online Response Form per client.
For individuals who do not wish to administer the ARES[S] assessments online, the MHS Assessment Center+ provides the capability of printing paper-and-pencil forms on demand. This option requires 1 Online Response Form (allows the printing of 1 Form, and online scoring and reporting).