Bright Futures Pediatric Symptom Checklist

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Instructions for Behavioral Health Professional

1. Review the Pediatric Symptoms Checklist Trend-lines

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What does the behavioral health professional need to do for the Pediatric Symptoms Checklist Intervention?

The entire Esteem Thrive platform is designed to require very little of the behavioral health providers time while providing important information, data and insights to your sessions averaging only a few minuets per week. The PSC intervention will only require you to:

Review the session notes to confirm if the parent is up-to-date on completing the PSC


If they are not, simply click “send” and they will both receive a notification task If the parent is in the session with you, we recommend reviewing the trend lines together


This will only take a few minutes of the session time

1. Review the Pediatric Symptoms Checklist Trend-lines

Scroll down to the Clinical Assessment panel (or click on the ADHD short cut at the top of the page). 

These mini panels provide quick summary and shortcuts to the panels below

This is the Clinical Assessment panel that shows the Vanderbilts, Pediatric Symptoms Checklist and the PHQ-9 Depression screener.


Click on the Deep Dive button to review more data, trend-lines and intervention suggestions. 

Within the Pediatric Symptoms Checklist Deep Dive, you will be able to review the child’s symptom severity over time. 

Review tips:

Remember every child is different and this information is to help inform you of your decisions. We are not prescribing but providing suggestions. 


  • If there is steady growth?


  • If there is no change?


  • Is there is a “dip” in the trend-line? Review and compare the other trend-lines and data insights from the other areas.

2. Provide feedback to Parents

After reviewing the Pediatric Symptoms Checklist trend-lines as well as the other important information from the child’s dashboard, you will have the opportunity to direct the parent to stay the course, make changes or introduce other interventions options. 


If the parent is struggling in completing the PCS in a timely manner this is a great time to reassure them to do their best in completing the tasks the Esteem Thrive platform initiates. 

2. Provide feedback to Parents

After reviewing the provided data and insights from the Pediatric Symptoms Checklist module as well as all of the other modules, you will have the opportunity to encourage parents and clients to employ the home and school interventions you have suggested as part of your treatment plan.

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