College of Psychology: Faculty Articles

Title

The Sport-Clinical Intake Protocol: A Comprehensive Interviewing Instrument for Applied Sport Psychology.

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

8-1992

Publication Title

Professional Psychology: Research and Practice

ISSN

0735-7028

Volume

23

Issue/No.

4

Abstract

The Sport-Clinical Intake Protocol (SCIP) was developed to provide clinical professionals with extensive information about the athletic client's life within and outside of sport. The SCIP is divided into 7 sections that represent important areas of an athlete's life that the professional must assess: (1) the presenting problem, (2) life and athletic history, (3) social support, (4) health status, (5) important life events, (6) changes prior to the onset of the presenting problem, and (7) details of the presenting problem. The value of the SCIP lies in its ability to provide sport-specific and general information about the athletic client, thereby enabling the professional to make an appropriate conceptualization and develop an effective treatment plan.

DOI

10.1037/0735-7028.23.4.318

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