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Screen for Child Anxiety Related Disorders – Parent Form (SCARED-P)

For each statement, select the response that seems to describe your child for the past 3 months. Please respond to all statements as well as you can, even if some do not seem to concern your child.

When my child feels frightened, it is hard for them to breathe.

My child gets headaches when they are at school.

My child doesn’t like to be with people they don't know well.

My child gets scared if they sleep away from home.

My child worries about other people liking them.

When my child gets frightened, they feel like passing out.

My child is nervous.

My child follows me wherever I go.

People tell me that my child looks nervous.

My child feels nervous with people they don't know well.

My child gets stomachaches at school.

When my child gets frightened, they feel like they are going crazy.

My child worries about sleeping alone.

My child worries about being as good as other kids.

When my child gets frightened, they feel like things are not real.

My child has nightmares about something bad happening to their parents.

My child worries about going to school.

When my child gets frightened, their heart beats fast.

My child gets shaky.

My child has nightmares about something bad happening to them.

My child worries about things working out for them.

When my child gets frightened, they sweat a lot.

My child is a worrier.

My child gets really frightened for no reason at all.

My child is afraid to be alone in the house.

It is hard for my child to talk with people they don't know well.

When my child gets frightened, they feel like they are choking.

People tell my child that they worry too much.

My child does not like to be away from their family.

My child is afraid of having anxiety (or panic) attacks.

My child worries that something bad might happen to their parents.

My child feels shy with people they don't know well.

My child worries about what is going to happen in the future.

When my child feels frightened, they feel like throwing up.

My child worries about how well they do things.

My child is scared to go to school.

My child worries about things that have already happened.

When my child gets frightened, they feel dizzy.

My child feels nervous when they are with other children or adults and they have to do something while being watched (for example: read aloud, speak, play a game, play a sport).

My child feels nervous when they are going to parties, dances or any place where there will be people that they don't know well.

My child is shy.

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