Life Assessment


Psychological interventions must always be informed by an evidence-based assessment. This way, we can determine which is the right approach for bringing meaningful improvements. There are more methods on offer than you can imagine, but this comes at a cost, as the majority fail to meet the basic scientific criteria, have poor psychometric qualities or tend to be focused on a single psychological dimension. This unfortunately makes them less cost-effective, and unsuitable for conducting a reliable assessment.


The life assessment:
• Identifies clinically relevant variables for both treatment and self-development
• Is based on reliable theories, such as the expectancy theory, or the stages of change model.
• Includes six distinct questionnaires for assessing your psychological profile across the key areas of life.


Psychological assessments should help you find out where you stand and where you need to go to achieve a better outcome. The Life Assessment was created with a similar goal in mind. It includes six questionnaires, with four subscales (self-fulfillment, valued engagement, ownership and mastery). Moreover, by completing all six questionnaires, you will to unlock additional subscales, and access some of the most relevant psychological traits for understanding your overall potential in life.


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