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I've used biopsychosocial assessment tools in the past, but these are so detailed and bulky...too detailed to be used with my 75 student caseload and much information would be duplicated from what the school district that I work within has already compiled. I'm sure that there are some simple, practical screening or assessment tools out there that focuses particularly on social, emotional, mental health in students K-12. Any suggestions?