Self-Report Measures, Screenings and Assessments

About Self-Report Measures, Screenings and Assessments

Self-report measures are assessments where people can directly report how they perceive their symptoms, behaviors, attitudes, beliefs, and feelings. These measures rely on an individual’s responses and provide mental health professionals with greater insight into their respondents. As treatment continues, self-reporting tools are a great way for individuals and professionals to track progress, determine how well certain therapies are working, and if additional or alternate treatment methods are necessary.

Self-reporting questionnaires may be completed by yourself on paper, electronically on a computer, or a therapist may complete the questionnaire for you by posing the questions and marking down your responses.

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