The Child Sexual Behavior Inventory (CSBI) is a measure of sexual behaviour in children (2-12 years) that is completed by the mother or other primary female caregiver, evaluating children who have been or may have been sexually abused.
Used in combination with other clinical measures and procedures, the CSBI helps you fully understand each child and ensure his or her safety.
The CSBI is available as a hard copy or online assessment.
The CSBI Test Booklet is completed by the mother or other primary female caregiver, indicating how often they have observed each of the listed behaviours during the preceding six months. Responses are made directly into the Test Booklet.
The Test Booklet is hand-scored by the examiner, and it includes a Score Summary box for recording the raw scores and T score conversions.