In August, the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) released a new tool to help children understand emotions and feelings. Now, DBSA and the whole crew want to hear about your experience! 

First, we would like to get to know you a little better so we are going to ask a few questions about yourself so we can understand who is using our program. This will help us provide better support for you to help your child or children understand emotions.

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* 1. Please, select your gender:

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* 2. Please, select your age range:

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* 3. Please, select your race/ethnicity 

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* 4. What was your total household income for the past 12 months?

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* 5. What is your education level?

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* 6. How did you hear about the Mood Crew?

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* 7. Are you familiar with DBSA's other services?

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* 8. Please list the services provided by DBSA with which you are familiar (select all that apply)

Next, we would like to ask you a little bit about the child who you are trying to support by using the Mood Crew. This will help our team understand the needs of the children who are affected by using the Mood Crew.

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* 9. What is your relationship to the child who you are trying to support?

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* 10. How many children are you supporting with the Mood Crew program? (If you are a teacher, clinician, social worker, please enter 1 and describe the typical child in your caseload with whom you use this program)

The next set of questions will ask you about accessing the DBSA website and your overall experience with using the Mood Crew material (e.g., Workbook, games, Mood Tracker) provide on the website.

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* 11. When did you start using the program?

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* 12. The DBSA website is easy for me to access

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* 13. It was easy for me to print the Mood Crew materials from the website

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* 14. Overall, how would you rate the DBSA Mood Crew program?

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* 15. Which component of the Mood Crew program did you like the best?

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* 16. Which component of the Mood Crew Program did you like the least?

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* 17. Compared to other programs aimed at helping children discuss emotions, the DBSA Mood Crew program is:

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* 18. Please tell us why you feel the DBSA Mood Crew is better, worse, or about the same as similar programs:

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* 19. Which game did you use the most to help your child understand emotions?

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* 20. Please explain why you felt the game you chose was the best for helping your child understand emotions. If you did not use the Moods in Motion games, why did you choose not to use them?

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* 21. How would you rate the Matching Moods game at helping your child discuss emotions with you?

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* 22. Please explain your rating for the Matching Moods game. If you did not use the Matching Moods game, why did you not choose it?

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* 23. How would you rate the Weekly Mood Tracker- the "Days of the Feels" available on DBSA's website?

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* 24. Please explain your rating for the Weekly Mood Tracker- the "Days of the Feels"? If you did not use this resource, why did you choose not to use it?

This is the final part of the survey. In this part of the survey we would like to understand whether or not you thought the program was effective in helping you talk to your child about emotions.

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* 25. The resources (e.g. workbook, games, mood tracker) available on the DBSA website was enough to get me started talking to my child about emotions.

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* 26. There were enough Mood Crew characters for me to help my child understand their emotions.

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* 27. The level of confidence explaining that all emotions are normal to my child after using the DBSA Mood Crew Program is

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* 28. The level of confidence that I feel when talking to my child about difficult emotions without implying that the emotions are bad or negative after using the DBSA Mood Crew Program is

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* 29. I feel that the DBSA Mood Crew program played a part in my child understanding that all emotions are normal 

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* 30. I feel that the DBSA Mood Crew Program played a part in improving my child's ability to talk to me about difficult emotions 

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* 31. I feel that the DBSA Mood Crew program played a part in improving how well my child could work with me to develop an effective plan for handling difficult emotions

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* 32. After using the DBSA Mood Crew, which emotion do you feel the most confident about helping your child or children understand?

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* 33. After using the DBSA Mood Crew, which emotion do you feel the least confident about helping your child or children understand?

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* 34. If DBSA were to add new resources to the Mood Crew website, what would you like to see added? How would this resource be helpful to you?

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* 35. Is there anything else you would like to tell us about DBSA Mood Crew? 

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