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Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-III (MCMI-III)

Theodore Millon, Carrie Millon, Roger Davis and Seth Grossman

Assess personality disorders and clinical syndromes

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Age range: 18 years and older

Qualification level: C

Year: 2006

Administration time: 25 to 30 minutes

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Please note - this product is also available to psychiatrists upon request.

 

The MCMI-III provides one of the most well-researched and widely used measures of adult psychopathology available today.

Valued for its brevity, the MCMI-III helps to quickly and accurately assess DSM-IV®-related personality disorders and clinical syndromes.

The MCMI-III can be used to:

  • Assess the interaction of Axis I and Axis II disorders based on the DSM-IV classification system
  • Identify the deeper and pervasive personality characteristics underlying a patient's overt symptoms
  • Gain an integrated understanding of the relationship between personality characteristics and clinical syndromes to facilitate treatment decisions

Mental health professionals around the world have come to rely on the MCMI-III as indispensable support for personalised therapy that focuses on returning patients to long-term healthy functioning.

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Q-global® Administration Options

This product is available on Q-global with the following administration options:

On-Screen Administration (OSA)
Your clients can complete these assessment online through Q-global. Alternatively, your client can complete the assessment in paper-pencil format, and their responses can then be data-entered into Q-global for scoring and report generation. On Screen Administrations are proctored (supervised) unless specifically indicated.

Combined gender norms and an Inconsistency (W) scale

Based on Dr Theodore Millon's ground-breaking theory of personality and psychopathology, the MCMI-III (Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-III) assessment provides one of the most well-researched and widely used measures of adult psychopathology available.

Valued for its brevity, the MCMI-III instrument helps quickly and accurately assess DSM-IV®-related personality disorders and clinical syndromes.

A hallmark of this proven instrument is its treatment-oriented Interpretive Report, which presents an integrated view of results. Mental health professionals around the world have come to rely on the MCMI-III test as indispensable support for personalised therapy that focuses on returning patients to long-term healthy functioning.

With the MCMI-III:

  • Assess the interaction of Axis I and Axis II disorders based on the DSM-IV classification system

  • Identify the deeper and pervasive personality characteristics underlying a patient's overt symptoms

  • Gain an integrated understanding of the relationship between personality characteristics and clinical syndromes to facilitate treatment decisions

Key Features

To facilitate more precise therapy planning, three facet scales have been added for each MCMI-III personality scale. The facet scales were developed by Seth Grossman, using factor analytic techniques within the framework of Dr Millon’s theory. These scales help clinicians pinpoint specific personality processes (e.g., self-image, interpersonal conduct, cognitive style) that are the key elements composing overall elevations on the personality scales.

To help clinicians readily put test results to work, the Interpretive Report includes a Treatment Guide that provides short-term, focused treatment options and a Capsule Summary that gives a concise overview of diagnostic and therapeutic findings indicated by test results.

Unlike some other measures of personality and psychopathology, the MCMI-III Interpretive Report provides an integrated interpretation of the scales, including a description of the patient's personality characteristics and an assessment of clinical syndromes within the context of those characteristics.

The report also proposes a list of possible DSM-IV diagnoses and a profile of base rate scores for all scales.